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  1. JRTStudio's Avatar
    Thanks for suggesting iSyncr guys and gals. Just dropping by to say we appreciate it and we are working hard to improve iSyncr all the time. Just drop us a note if you ever run into any issues or have a feature suggestion.

    Thanks!

    -Justin
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    07-12-2012 08:56 PM
  2. f1nzup's Avatar
    Hello I am new at this sync stuff, I am a female and if someone can walk me through the whole process of syncing my music from my iPod to this phone I will gladly appreciate. You can also feel free to email me. Ladyv680@yahoo.com

    Sent from my SPH-L710 using Android Central Forums
    Simply download isyncr, and this will put a file on your S3. Connect your phone to your computer and open the isyncr file near the bottom. When you do this it will pull up all of your iTunes playlists (it may need you to open iTunes). All you have to do is check the playlists you want on your S3 and it will download them. That's it. And if you upgrade to the WiFi version you don't even have to connect your phone to the pc. Good luck.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3
    07-12-2012 10:33 PM
  3. smooches680's Avatar
    I tried this and I just can't get it to work.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    07-14-2012 01:01 AM
  4. joshwithachance's Avatar
    My problem with iSyncr is that I shouldn't have to pay to sync my files to my phone.....
    07-18-2012 10:46 AM
  5. Idelgado782's Avatar
    Doubletwist is another app that syncs itunes files to your phone. Also you can download the Google play music syncer to your computer and it will upload your music to your hope play music account.

    Sent from sexy a** Galaxy S III
    07-18-2012 01:13 PM
  6. OWybPPgO's Avatar
    I had Doubletwist and Airsync already so I tried them, but they don't seem to work correctly with MTP on this phone. I updated the s/w, but it just kept asking me to go into USB mass storage mode.

    I tested iSyncr Lite and it saw my phone, so I bought it and it's currently syncing to my external card (gave me a choice when I plugged it in). Bye bye Doubletwist.
    07-18-2012 02:38 PM
  7. smooches680's Avatar
    I have all the apps mentioned on my phone and pc and none won't let me sync my iTunes music. Please if anyone can walk me through the steps I would gladly appreciate that.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    07-18-2012 02:51 PM
  8. Fatasaurus's Avatar
    Why don't you just use Google Music? Its free and it syncs all your music as well as playlists and if you set it to pull directly from iTunes it will update every time you make an addition to iTunes. Plus itll hold up 20,000 songs as well.
    07-18-2012 02:58 PM
  9. OWybPPgO's Avatar
    I have all the apps mentioned on my phone and pc and none won't let me sync my iTunes music. Please if anyone can walk me through the steps I would gladly appreciate that.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    Install iSyncr on your phone and start it. It should let you send yourself an email with the link to the iSyncr PC app. Install that.

    Now, plug in your phone to your PC. iSyncr should see it, and if you have an external SD card, ask you if you want to sync to card or internal storage. It should then bring up iTunes and show your iTunes playlists.

    Click on the iTunes playlist(s) you want and press sync.

    Where in the process is it going wrong for you?
    07-18-2012 03:05 PM
  10. smooches680's Avatar
    Well I have my ipod hooked up to the pc and I have my isync app opened on the computer and the app opened on my phone as well but I doesn't show the songs that are on my iPod. An I suppose to sync my songs to my computer?

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    07-18-2012 06:58 PM
  11. zrxoa1's Avatar
    You will need yet another program to pull the songs off your iPod. Don't you have the music in your iTunes library?



    Sent from my ADR6425LVW using Tapatalk 2
    07-18-2012 07:02 PM
  12. smooches680's Avatar
    I sorry I am new at this music transfer stuff. Please explain, what do you mean if I have it in the iTunes library? I really don't know and I have like 600 songs.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    07-18-2012 07:05 PM
  13. smooches680's Avatar
    Why don't you just use Google Music? Its free and it syncs all your music as well as playlists and if you set it to pull directly from iTunes it will update every time you make an addition to iTunes. Plus itll hold up 20,000 songs as well.
    Can you please tell me how that app works and what I need to do?

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    07-18-2012 07:07 PM
  14. OWybPPgO's Avatar
    How did you get the songs on your ipod?
    07-18-2012 08:09 PM
  15. f1nzup's Avatar
    I sorry I am new at this music transfer stuff. Please explain, what do you mean if I have it in the iTunes library? I really don't know and I have like 600 songs.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    Isyncr syncs the playlists from itunes, not your ipod, so if you don't have your playlists in itunes, Isyncr won't do you any good.
    07-18-2012 08:19 PM
  16. smooches680's Avatar
    Isyncr syncs the playlists from itunes, not your ipod, so if you don't have your playlists in itunes, Isyncr won't do you any good.
    Thank you, you helped me allot and all my music synced over. I appreciate all your help.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    07-18-2012 11:04 PM
  17. f1nzup's Avatar
    Thank you, you helped me allot and all my music synced over. I appreciate all your help.

    Sent from my white, sexy S3.
    That's great! And your welcome. Enjoy.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S3
    07-19-2012 06:48 AM
  18. Texasguy999's Avatar
    Im a Samsung Galaxy S user and i usually use the DoubleTwist (free) and iTunes Agent (free) to sync my Galaxy S with iTunes. In addition, for the DRM-locked iTunes files that Galaxy S can not recognize, you can use the iTunes to Galaxy S converter to re-encode them to correct file format.
    09-18-2012 11:08 PM
  19. sonia1125's Avatar
    before transferring iTunes music, you need to get a converter to help you convert iTunes music to mp3 first. The DRM media converter is great tool to do so.
    09-26-2012 02:26 AM
  20. Grifftech2K13's Avatar
    before transferring iTunes music, you need to get a converter to help you convert iTunes music to mp3 first. The DRM media converter is great tool to do so.
    Is there anything else that might be free that can do this?
    12-28-2012 05:16 PM
  21. yoon82's Avatar
    iSyncr works great.
    12-29-2012 01:52 AM
  22. Athenazoe78's Avatar
    Hi,
    I used Easy Phone Tunes to get my music from iTunes to my GS3, worked flawlessly.
    12-29-2012 05:01 AM
  23. Susan Pickering's Avatar
    I'm having problems with Isyncr. I originally downloaded it my Macbook as I was going travelling. Now I'm home I've transferred my Itunes library to my PC. However, whilst Isyncr wirelwss worked perfectly with the Macbook the same cannot be said for windows. It syncs the files ok, but not the playcounts. it doesn't recognise that I've listened to a song. It's driving me nuts. Am I missing a setting somewhere or something? Anyone else had this issue? I've tried both wireless and wired and it makes no difference.
    02-20-2013 12:16 PM
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