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Root [AT&T] How to transfer and manage my Music btw my s3 and mac

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by martaorzech, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. martaorzech

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    Hi my name is Marta. I am new android user. I used to have iphone but got sick of it and limitations going with it. I recently purchesed samsung galaxy s3. I loooooooove the phone sooooo much . Like I mentioned I am newbie. I will need little bit help and advice from experinced android users. Also this is first forum I ever signed up. So please be patient with me
    I heard I should root my phone. I dont know how to do that and if I am even able to do that myself. But this is something what bothers me most for now and idk how to handle it. And I would like to back up my phone apps and memo with my mac as well.
    Like I mentioned I used to have iphone . Idk how i can transfer my music from my mac computer to my awsome android phone. I tried few apps. They seems to be complicated i do not know how to use them. I am looking for something very simple ( i am simple person ) Simple like Itunes. I would like to create my own playlist on the computer and transfer them to my phone . Can someone please help me?

    For my exuse i will just say that I am artist and not really computer and gadzet gig so more simple its better for me. I feel very comortable when i paint or design than fixing phone or computer

    Thaaaaank you again and I am very happy to be part of your commiunity.
    Also please exuse any grammar mistakes i am from Europe still working on my English as well
     

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    I don't know that you 'should' root your phone - it's not really something for the faint of heart .. or non-technical. I would say, root it if you find a ROM that lets the phone do something you really like and that it doesn't do already. Otherwise, if it ain't broke ..

    Re transfering music: you just plug the USB cable in to your mac and drag and drop the music files onto the phone. Could not be simpler (I speak as a techie so I am biased as, like all techies, I think iTunes is an absolutely appallingly awful piece of bloatware).
     

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