*This actually should work on any PC and any android phone manufactured by Motorola (which includes the Triumph). The program is called Motocast (its also an app in the market) Background (skip if you don't care): In the early days of my MT ownership (pre-root) I tried dozens of media players from the market and for my PC. I was looking for one with a slick yet detailed interface, graphic equalizer, and could sync easily with my PC (either Windows Media Player or iTunes). Long story short, this was actually pretty tough to do since the apps I loved did not have desktop counterparts and vice-versa. That, or they were really cumbersome programs like Winamp. I ultimately settled on purchasing Poweramp from the market and found it to be the best available music player. However, third party syncing apps and programs just added hassle and often did not work completely. So here is a solution.... Download and install Motocast for your PC: MotoCast Download and install the Motocast app from the market: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.motorola.motocast.standalone&hl=en Set them both up with the appropriate data... and VOILA! you can now sync your phone to ANY of the selected content on your PC! This of course is irrelevant if you're using Google Play Music's cloud service, but I found the Google Music Player to be unsatisfactory. *My apologies if this is OLD news, but I just found it and wanted to share. UPDATE: The Triumph is not a supported device. Sorry for the preemptive post, I got excited when I saw it. A viable option is to install Google Music and just use it as a syncing tool for your music. Perhaps someone will come up with a trick like the HTC Thunderbolt / Play Store switch-a-roo in the "all things root thread"