1. justkeptfading's Avatar
    I am new to the DroidOS, coming from a long line of Palm products and I was wondering..what is the best way or what will be the best way to put music on the Epic?
    08-30-2010 10:05 AM
  2. Darth Pooh#CB's Avatar
    DnD*




    *Drag n Drop onto the SD Card.
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    08-30-2010 10:10 AM
  3. justkeptfading's Avatar
    That's what I figured my main route would be, but I did this with my Pre and it wouldn't always include album art. So I ended up using double twist.
    08-30-2010 10:40 AM
  4. liquidxit2's Avatar
    The pre was great with itunes for me ( granted it had to be 9.0.1 or older).
    08-30-2010 10:46 AM
  5. debello's Avatar
    Doubletwist

    Play, Convert & Sync photos, videos, music on Android. Get new music using the integrated Amazon MP3 store (*US only). Sync iTunes playlists to Android.
    Download the doubleTwist player for Android. You can also browse and search the Android Market using doubleTwist.
    08-30-2010 10:46 AM
  6. taylormah's Avatar
    MediaMonkey - very powerful media organizer as well.
    08-30-2010 11:03 AM
  7. cr3amy's Avatar
    I've never used DoubleTwist, but I remembered reading that it's really slow? Anything else worth downloading instead of DT?
    08-30-2010 11:45 AM
  8. Andrew Ruffolo's Avatar
    I like double twist. May be slow, but you won't have to redownload it to the phone everytime, so just the first big transfer will be slow (plus its only a class 2 card).
    08-30-2010 11:51 AM
  9. cr3amy's Avatar
    Oh, but it's not slow after that? I got the impression that the app itself was just slower than it should be...
    08-30-2010 01:10 PM
  10. Addie_Goodvibes's Avatar
    DnD*




    *Drag n Drop onto the SD Card.
    Ok so with drag & drop do we need to create separate folder or is there already a music folder in USB mode? Sorry if this question sounds dumb.

    I am just curious if android interfaces similar to the way palm did with USB mode.

    I prefer drag and drop. will the system recognize file types and place them in the correct system file or are there dedicated folders for Music files, ringtones, images ect..
    08-30-2010 01:22 PM
  11. matrix19's Avatar
    I ran across this website that has some helpful how-to(s) for Epic. Specifically, they have a how-to for “How to set up wireless iTunes sync with the Samsung Epic 4G”

    How to set up wireless iTunes sync with the Samsung Epic 4G - Know Your Cell
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    08-30-2010 09:35 PM
  12. cr3amy's Avatar
    Sweet, anybody ever try TuneSync? Is it good?
    08-30-2010 09:59 PM
  13. erickzig's Avatar
    One of the best features of using iTunes and my iPhone (sorry to mention that phone) is the ability to auto downconvert to a lower bit-rate when I add songs to my phone.

    I have most songs in my library as Apple Lossless and they can be pretty large files. It's nice to be able to have iTunes automatically convert them to smaller files when adding them to my phone... Can doubletwist do this or is there another app/program that can do this or do I have to go in and convert everything in my library by hand first...
    08-31-2010 12:47 AM
  14. BMahecha123#AC's Avatar
    Ya drag and drop is pretty straightforward and etc. Works great for me ^^
    08-31-2010 01:19 AM
  15. caliskimmer's Avatar
    Uh, after the first time, Doubletwist was blazing fast for me on my EVO.
    08-31-2010 01:20 AM
  16. onixblack's Avatar
    Ever think of DoubleTwist
    08-31-2010 01:37 AM
  17. liquidxit2's Avatar
    Drag and drop into a folder (I made and named mine music) and the media player sorts it for you. I have my music in folders (one per album) and it did everything for me. Most of my album art worked itself out too! It wasnt working on my pre or in itunes but it does on android and media center!
    09-01-2010 03:48 PM
  18. toolazy's Avatar
    I successfully transferred my playlists using iSyncr ($3). iSyncr also has a WiFi add on option ($1), but it is for PC's only. TuneSync looks pretty interesting too, but I don't have Snow Leopard.
    09-07-2010 10:47 AM
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