itunes on AtrixSupport


  1. Jp77

    Jp77 Well-Known Member

    How do I get songs from my itunes onto my atrix without burning the songs to cd, ripping them to pc, then dragging onto atrix? Any suggestions?

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  2. Piederman

    Piederman Member

    I have an HTC Inspire, and not the Atrix, but they both run on Android 2.2, so it's probably the same.

    I would recommend downloading the iSyncr app ($2.99), and using that. It made the process so much easier on my Inspire. It even comes with a (relatively brief) tutorial that walks you through how to upload the songs from iTunes.

    Good luck!
  3. Jp77

    Jp77 Well-Known Member

    Thanks. I've seen a few people using that. Ill give it a try.
  4. lsutigers03

    lsutigers03 Well-Known Member

    You can also try the free version of doubletwist. The desktop app will automatically find the songs in your itunes library and you simply plug up your phone and sync.
  5. aztooh

    aztooh Well-Known Member

    I second Doubletwist (free). Works just like iTunes for your Android...select playlists and everything. No need to pay for anything.
  6. Jp77

    Jp77 Well-Known Member

    I definitely like free. I'll give that a try first. Thanks.
  7. z28forlife

    z28forlife Well-Known Member

    You dont need any of that or at least I didnt. I just put 405 songs on my atrix today, when you download songs from limewire or bearshare or wherever it is you download them they go to a file on the computer. Mine was at documents>frostwire>shared. I plugged up the atrix and set it for mass storage on the phone setting. Then I just went to my file on my computer where all my songs were and dragged them into my atrix folder freemusicdownloads>music. They all just synced right up, no problems at all.
  8. Jp77

    Jp77 Well-Known Member

    I used doubletwist and it worked great. Thanks for the help.
  9. cajuncartfan

    cajuncartfan Active Member

    Motorola's software, Medialink, works good too. It is also mac compatible and you can download it from Motorola for free.

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