Wait, isn't FLAC supported?Support


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  1. jaihind

    jaihind Member This Topic's Starter

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    But when I try to copy over FLAC music files using Kies, it comes up as unknown file and doesn't get transferred.
     

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  2. AGP

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    Interesting I was hoping to be able to use FLAC on mine as well. How do you find the sound quality?
     
  3. ryuseiken

    ryuseiken New Member

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    FLAC works very well. However id tags are not supported.
     
  4. jaihind

    jaihind Member This Topic's Starter

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    The sound is great, although the headphones will make a difference. I cannot speak for FLAC.

    Care to elaborate? It works? How? Any special changes? How did you copy over?
     
  5. ironman666

    ironman666 Well-Known Member

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    protip, dont use kies, its very buggy and kind of shitty ^ ^

    plug in usb, select mass storage, roll down statusbar, click usb, select "mount"

    Go to your filemanager on your pc, (winkey+E) find your folder with flac. Right click on folder, select copy. (ctrl+c) Find your external memorycard (x:\) probably e,f or g:
    (Also, you can make a music folder on ur card just to be organized)
    example x:\music\FLAC\ )
    Then paste , (right click and select paste) (or ctrl+v)

    Now, on ur phone, roll down statusbar, click usb, select turn off.
    Unplug cable
    Profit
     
  6. AGP

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    So its the same as my HD2 Tags are not supported.

    Thanks ryuseiken.:)
     

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