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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by los vegas, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. los vegas

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    Once again another question for the new nexus one smartphone challenged owner---- how do i download music or is the an app where i dont have to pay for it after a 7 day free trial? I just want to listen to some music when i work out!
     

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    Pandora, last.fm or your usb cable.
     
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    Paid:
    There is a preloaded app called "MP3 Store" which is Amazon's MP3 marketplace.


    Free streaming:
    -Pandora app
    -"Slacker radio" is another good Pandora-like option
    -Last.fm
     
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    Is there a way to upload your own music?
     
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    Boston Baby!
    If you're looking to upload your mp3s to the phone, dl mediamonkey or doubletwist. I've heard great things about both programs.
     
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    MediaMonkey is very very good. Double Twist is fine but has a very basic UI.
    I use MediaMonkey for all of my devices, keeps everything synched nicely.
     
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    You could always do it the old-fashioned way: mount the device, drag and drop. :p
     
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    Boston Baby!
    While this works, for large libraries its messy, time consuming, and inconvenient. Anything more than 20-40 files is want a file manager as mentioned above.
     
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