Tip: If you enjoyed the iTunes syncing aspect of the iPhone, try doubleTwist on N1!


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  1. 1080p

    1080p Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Using doubleTwist with the Nexus One. Working great. Syncing music is 1 reason I kept going back to iPhone from Android. Also syncs pics too!
     

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  2. ManMythLegend

    ManMythLegend Well-Known Member

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    It works great. Where exactly does it store everything. I have so many damn folders on my card.

    Rule of thunb is to use it for any non Apple player you need Itunesish use out of.
     
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    If you use Windows, Doubletwist works great but if you're using Mac, Doubletwist is really buggy. I found that using Sailing Media Sync for Mac is a much better option.
     
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    Really? It seems okay to me. It took a couple times to inorganic my playlists but its been okay since.
     
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    Thing with doubletwist is that once you import your iTunes playlist it won't change automatically if you change anything on your iTunes.

    They say the point is to convert fully to doubletwist which is stupid because I still wanna use iTunes as my media player and just use doubletwist to sync.

    Sailing Media Sync, however, is a program that hook pretty deeply into iTunes and it can detect if you change the playlist or add new ones or delete some :)
     
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    where are you guys getting doubletwist and sailing media sync?? i cant find it in the android market
     
  7. Noga

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    They wouldn't be found in Android Market because they're not apps, they're programs for computers
     
  8. smijes

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    which device do you all choose when using sailing media sync??? i tried doubletwist but it wouldnt sync the playlists, just the music...
     
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    Just downloaded this. I tried to sync my video files, it chose to erase the video I shot on my N1 and replaced them with videos from my PC that weren't in the specified sync folder.
     
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    For Windows users there is another solution that was recently announced called Dazzboard (Dazzboard). Since it doesn't support OS X yet, I haven't played with it yet but look interesting. This is what Google need to buy or build themselves.
     
  11. daisy

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    There's been some buzz about dazzboard and it's an interesting client to try out. I've only played with the demo, but I really like it. For anyone interested, you can find the demo at dazzboard.com
     
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    that does works fine!thank you!
     

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