Music Manager and Music Player app?

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  1. curtiplas

    curtiplas New Member

    Hi All,

    I've been using the standard media player on my Nexus one since I've gotten it, only loaded music once using simple copy and paste method on the folder level. Problem is I've gotten new music (alot) and I can no longer fit it all on my nexus one.

    Before someone mentions it, I've tried using DoubleTwist and I'm not a fan, I've had issues with slow syncing, duplicates, and as a music manager I can't determine the total size of the media I want to sync, can't choose more than all or selected playlists, no artist selections, I can't edit the file tags within the application, and some music isn't removed when I try to remove it from my library (not move to trash)... Overall I'm very unsatisfied.

    Needless to say I'm looking for something else to use, something that allows me to rate my music both on the desktop and on my nexus one...and that those ratings actually sync on... this will allow me to determine what I Listen to and thus only transfer that over to my N1.

    Please help!

  2. Schwin97

    Schwin97 Well-Known Member

    Tunesync is what I just downloaded the other day to wirelessly sync my music from itunes on a mac. For playing music I am currently using MixZing - nice widget - or Music Mod. I would just go with MixZing, but it doesn't set itself up as a replacement for the stock music player. Can't figure that out.....???
  3. bensutton17

    bensutton17 New Member

    Iv organised my music files on my sd card using explorer but they havent changed on my media player any tips ?
  4. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Hey dude!

    Welcome to android Heaven! hhahahaha lol made that 1 up myself :)

    Try this software for syncing music and apps etc:

    Sync Android, Motorola, Samsung, HTC: doubleTwist with Amazon MP3

    Woopsy Sorry I didn't read :D

    Hmm the only other thing else i can recommend is Tunesync like Schwin97

    Try this?: (but you need to pay for it)

    Don't know if they are on the level or not.... so reserch before buying their product....

    And this:

    Hope this helps you dude,


    Stinky Stinky
  5. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Hey bensutton17,

    I just usually reboot my phone and it can see the songs etc.

    Hope this helps dude.

    Let me know

  6. LeftToast

    LeftToast Member

    I tried DoubleTwist as a music manager under Windows and it was a total POS. Based on that experience, I wouldn't even think of using their media player for Android.

    iTunes is still the best music manager, however the limitation on the number and types of devices it supports limits its utility.

    I am now using MediaMonkey as a music manager. It doesn't support video/movies, but other than that, it does all I need - and it is much less buggy than DoubleTwist. So far I have set it up to synchronize specific playlist with my Android phone and my kids iPod. My wife is getting an iPhone-4 next week so we'll see how it works with that.

    The stock media player for Android is okay, but I would like an EQ and setting for creating and managing mixes/playlists on the device.
  7. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

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    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

  9. anurbanlegend

    anurbanlegend Member

    I'm using MediaMonkey too and can't agree with you enough how big of a POS doubletwist is.
  10. philliphogan

    philliphogan New Member

    Ive organized my music files on my sd card using explorer but they havent changed on my media player I am looking now for some help.
  11. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Hi philliphogan!!

    Have you tried rebooting your phone / device perhaps... that usually will allow you to see the songs that have been copied to transflash... Hope this helps you dude!

    If not just PM me to get assistance dude!

    Keep well

  12. hero_hont

    hero_hont Member

    hi, i usually listen music by my iphone...
    listen pro...butit can be difficult to navigate for people not used to hi-tech equipment. The iPhone's music capabilities equals that of any top notch music player

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  13. A.Nonymous

    A.Nonymous Well-Known Member

    If you like the iTunes media player, go out and buy bTunes. I love it. It just works and the interface is easy to use. You can set it up to monitor just one folder on your phone and dump all your music in that folder. I use it and TuneSync to manage my media. It works very well for me.
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  14. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Hey thanx Anonymous!

    I have never heard of this 1 before!

    Cheers! :)

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