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  1. bluewaterpig

    bluewaterpig Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I feel like this should/may have already been asked, but what's the easiest way to get my mp3 collection onto my Droid Incredible? Is it even possible?
     

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  2. HoldenCaufield

    HoldenCaufield Well-Known Member

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    It has been discussed. Search here, and google is your buddy.
    Are you using iTunes? If so, there are options. First you need to make sure your itunes music is non-drm'd. Android can't play iTunes old "fairplay" stuff. You can get isyncer (paid app from market) and it will do it. The app comes with directions. That's what I used, and it worked as advertised. I haven't tried it, but a lot of people also like doubletwist. I heard it was really slow.
    There are other ways to do it, too, but I can't recall otomh what they are. It's not hard, if I can do it.
     
  3. AndroidSPCS

    AndroidSPCS Well-Known Member

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    If they are mp3 files, just copy them to the SD card, under media > music folder.
     
  4. HoldenCaufield

    HoldenCaufield Well-Known Member

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    ^Yea, you could just do that.

    Ha! Mac/ipod/iphone users are so used to just plugging crap into their computers and it's automatic. That's really the only thing I miss from my iphone.
     

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