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Old June 2nd, 2012, 10:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Today is the FIRST time I've ever tried Kies, and I have to say, I'm rather impressed...

It is not quite iTunes, but does a similar job. I mainly wanted my playlist from iTunes to sync, and save the 'settings' for my Skyrocket. And Kies seems to do just that.

I've not bothered to backup Contacts, Calendar, Email etc. since that is all already saved in GMail

Anyone else use Kies?

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Old June 3rd, 2012, 03:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Today is the FIRST time I've ever tried Kies, and I have to say, I'm rather impressed...

It is not quite iTunes, but does a similar job. I mainly wanted my playlist from iTunes to sync, and save the 'settings' for my Skyrocket. And Kies seems to do just that.

I've not bothered to backup Contacts, Calendar, Email etc. since that is all already saved in GMail

Anyone else use Kies?
Yes I use it too and I like it for the same reasons you do. I used it to transfer my favorite ringtone that I had downloaded from the web.
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I just started using it works great for transferring video.
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Old June 3rd, 2012, 01:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I do wish I could convert, and thus transfer my iTunes movies!

I've loaded so many Digital movies from DVDs to my iTunes...
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Today is the FIRST time I've ever tried Kies, and I have to say, I'm rather impressed...

It is not quite iTunes, but does a similar job. I mainly wanted my playlist from iTunes to sync, and save the 'settings' for my Skyrocket. And Kies seems to do just that.

I've not bothered to backup Contacts, Calendar, Email etc. since that is all already saved in GMail

Anyone else use Kies?
Yes, but AirDroid is vastly superior. I use AirDroid regularly as both in usability and capabilities it is superior to Kies. I would certainly expect Samsung to improve Kies in the near future.
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