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  1. Jevid

    Jevid Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    FYI - I installed Double Twist on my PC to see if it would sync with my Eris. It worked great. Once I mounted my Eris, it showed up as a device and I could drag music to it no problem. It also ready my iTunes library no problem. The only gotcha is that if you enable syncing music - it by default wants to sync everything. I disabled that because like with all my mp3 players, I like to manually control syncing.

    The Amazon Music store isn't integrated into the Windows version, but I gather it's coming in the near future.

    I tried syncing with Media Monkey, but couldn't get it to see my Eris. I may try again. Double Twist is pretty bare bones, but it got the job done.
     

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  2. OfTheDamned

    OfTheDamned The Friendly Undead VIP Member

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    Never used any sort of extra software like this before, what is the benefit? Why use this instead of just drag and drop?
     
  3. Jevid

    Jevid Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Two roads leading to the same place, they both do the same thing. But, since I already have my music library, including podcasts, all nice and organized, I find it a bit easier to use something like Double Twist. Personal preference, I guess.

    You can set it up to auto-sync with certain playlists, etc. Then all you do is plug in your phone, no dragging.
     
  4. Teezy

    Teezy Well-Known Member

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    ok DT found my playlist from iTunes but there's no songs in any of them. Hmmmm
     

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