Replacing HTC Sync and mac-incompatible stuffGeneral


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  1. Zlash

    Zlash Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey!
    I know there's a couple of threads about this, but I'm trying to decide for either iPhone 4 or HTC Desire HD, and I'm feeling that for Mac users the DHD is a bit of a drag.

    - HTC Sync is not mac-supported. So how do you mac-people sync the DHD?

    - iTunes doesn't support DHD, but I hear doubleTwist is a worthy replacement? (how does it work? Does it work alongside iTunes?)

    - This one's a bit off-topic, but I hear there's some problems with videos on the DHD. Audio-video sync problems?
     

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  2. Zlash

    Zlash Member This Topic's Starter

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    anyone? =)
     
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    RussWWFC Well-Known Member

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    From what I've experienced....

    You do all your synching over the Internet anyway

    You can use Double Twist, it can automatically import all your iTunes stuff. But I just use Drag and Drop (mounting the DHD as a disk drive on my Macbook)
     
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    Zlash Member This Topic's Starter

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    But is doubleTwist connected to iTunes? So i can make all changes in iTUnes and then I use doubletwist for the syncing?
     
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    If you are UK based you could use Spotify Pro. For 10 quid a month (pretty much the price of a CD) you can use their steaming service without adavert interruption and take as many tunes as you like 'offline'.

    Off course this all depends if they have the tunes you want to listen too
     
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    Zlash Member This Topic's Starter

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    I know, but I'd like to have my music library physically on the phone. And yeah, not everything might be there
     
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    jonrwg Well-Known Member

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    i don sync my phone with HTC sync anyway. lol. I used other application. For song, just copy paste into your sd card.
     
  8. Bnice

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    Yes, you can try isyncr as well
     
  9. Zlash

    Zlash Member This Topic's Starter

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    i thought iSync was just for contacts and stuff? not media? or? =P
     

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