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  1. C_Dub

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    And DoubleTwist isn't cutting it. I mean it's a nice app and on a Mac it is very similar to iTunes but what I hate is when syncing it to my EVO it makes 2-3 copies of each song and when you're putting 12GB of music on your phone it sucks having to delete all the extra songs. Then you find out your imported playlists are destroyed because you deleted a copy of a song that was in a certain playlist and it's making for miserable move to Android. Can anyone recommend me a program that like DT will copy an existing iTunes library so I can transfer it to my EVO without all the drama?
     

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    I too. The only issue is you can sync just one Itunes playlist from your computer. You then need to recreate the lists on your device and reorganize. Otherwise, works really well.
     
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    I've just downloaded iTunes Agent but I don't know what it is asking for device name, music location on device, etc. Any link for simple instructions?
     
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    I'll have to check that out. Some of my playlists are really long (80's pop and 90's rock) up to 90-100 songs each and I have them in an order that took a long time to organize.

    If all else fails I guess I could use my old iPhone as an iPod but I bought a 16GB chip for my EVO so I could replace my iPhone hehe.
     
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    doubleTwist is crap right now (that's why its free).
    They still need another 6 months and then maybe I'll try it again.
     
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    I tried Double Twist 4 or 5 months ago and i didn't like it one bit anyways i never tried it but i heard songbird is a descent alternative
     
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    I just drag and drop in windows explorer, though I don't do a lot of playlists and I can't fit my 160GB music library on the EVO anyways.
     
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