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Old September 15th, 2012, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How do I put Music on my Galaxy S3?

This is frustrating. I used to be able to sync my iPhone 4 with my music easily...

I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and I am looking for a wireless method of syncing a couple of playlists from iTunes to my phone. I am on a Mac. The sticky in this forum is a USB wired method of accomplishing this. Is there a wireless way?

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Old September 15th, 2012, 07:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is frustrating. I used to be able to sync my iPhone 4 with my music easily...

I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and I am looking for a wireless method of syncing a couple of playlists from iTunes to my phone. I am on a Mac. The sticky in this forum is a USB wired method of accomplishing this. Is there a wireless way?
Have you tried Google Music?
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If you have WinAmp on PC and on your phone, it can wirelessly sync. Winamp has the ability to import iTunes data so it would be good to go. Other options are DoubleTwist and iSyncr.
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Have you tried Google Music?
Hmm this looks promising. I just started it up and I'm beginning to upload my 10,000 songs to Google Music. Their intro video says I can pretty much access all my songs through my phone which sounds very nice.

And if I'm not connected to the internet, I can still access certain artists or playlists I pre-select?
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how would you use a wired connection to sync your playlists? isyncr and doubletwist dont seem to work well for me!
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