Track duplicates + won't play anything


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  1. Charlieboy

    Charlieboy Member This Topic's Starter

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    Someone please help me before I tear my lungs out through my a**e!

    Basically, after a week of frustration, i finally got doubleTwist to sync my music. Now it turns out in every audioplayer i have downloaded I have duplicates of every track (one for each time I synced)

    Also, the "official" audio player won't play ANY tracks at all. Nothing will play. Just keep getting the annoying message:

    "sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file."

    Which is impossible, as I used doubleTwist to sync in the first place. And I thought that everything got converted so it would work. Now it seems everything - including what did work beforehand - won't work now.

    I'm really starting to dispair as i bought this thing to replace my ipod that got stolen a few weeks back and am now on contract and really don't want to be regretting it.

    Any help of any sort would be much appreciated.

    Thank you.:(
     

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  2. Warghost

    Warghost New Member

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    Sorry man, really wish I could help you. I am having the same problem you are, and it's horrible. I have another MP3 player, but why would I have spent so much money on this piece of crap phone if it can't do something a $20 Walmart MP3 player can do? Honestly, I have been let down by the Cliq, and it seems all Android-based products are just lame. I should have gone with a iPhone instead, at least they do what they are supposed to, and they do it well. Try to sell your phone on Craigslist, you can get $300-$400 for it. Buy an iPhone, hack it to work on your cellular provider. That's my next step.
     
  3. dominoslave

    dominoslave New Member

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    if you have itunes you can use the program "salling media sync" for putting music on your phone. double twist is a joke. what format are your music files in?
     
  4. canhead64

    canhead64 Guest

    all my music works just fine. i got most of my music from zune marketplace. and the others are mp3's.
     
  5. Charlieboy

    Charlieboy Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for you help and your responses. You're right about DoubleTwist, DominoSlave. It is a joke. I can't understand why people bang on about it. Since then I've tried linux and there are a few good mediaplayers that managed to sync with little or no issue to my htc, but weren't slick enough (Banshee was equally slow). I also used mediamonkey but I didn't feel I got full potential out of it.

    Winamp has been the best solution so far and I particularly like the autofill feature which gives me a nice range of things every now and then. But since I use iTunes for general listening and browsing through my collection, I'd like to find something that incorporates it with my HTC so I will give Salling a try.

    In a response to Warghost, I don't find the HTC that bad. In fact, I really like it. There are some other audio players available on the market. I just like the way the standard one appears on the locked screen and allows easy control (and is very aesthetically pleasing too). The machine just needs a bit of tweaking with the mp3 player and it would be perfect.

    And to Canhead64, the majority of my music is just standard mp3. So I didn't understand the problem.

    I'm happy using Winamp, but I will be trying Salling in the future - but I'm personally not a fan of programs that only let me transfer playlists rather than music of my choice through selection (not drag and drop - how prehistoric) outside of iTunes, I have tried some in the past and they weren't very good. I'd like to see something within iTunes or a mediaplayer. Maybe this one will be a lot slicker though from what I've read.

    Thanks again for your help.
     

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