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Old October 3rd, 2012, 06:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default First Android Phone and need help with itunes

Hi,

As the title suggests I recently purchased the HTC One X which is my first ever android based phone. I was just wondering if there was any way I could sync the playlists from iTunes to my new phone. I would like the playlists to be organised the same way they are organised on my iTunes and iPod.

Is this possible?

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This is how I alway put music on my androids.
When you hook your phone up to your computer and drag down the notification bar on your phone it will give you an option to use it as disk drive. Click that and then it should put a image of a disk drive on the background of your computer, click that then go to the music folder. Then just drag and drop what you want on your phone. I always make folders separating my bands.

Sorry for a sloppy write up I hope it helps though.
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Something like this maybe?

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Doubletwist is another app you can try.
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Doubletwist is another app you can try.
i use doubletwist. aside from not being able to sync my podcasts without paying, i love it! works great
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I'd recommend iSyncr, it's perfect for playlists. You can sync all or some playlists and also part playlists.
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 03:54 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I just use the stock HTC Sync......

Used it with my Desire, Flyer and HOX with no issues.
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