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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by m.r.t.64, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. m.r.t.64

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    I recently traded my iphone 3gs in for an inspire 4g, and all my music was transfered, however my inspire states that it cant play the music format? I have spent allot of money on music thru the years, abd would like to play my music ! What can i do to transfer my itunes to my android player?? Any help would be graeatly appreciated very much !!!!:D
     

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    It could just be a lack of support for a certain filetype that iTunes was using. You can create mp3 versions of songs directly in iTunes by right-clicking a selection and clicking "Create mp3 version." The downside here is that then you'd need to remove all the old, non-mp3 versions from your phone and then drag and drop the new mp3s back onto your phone. Essentially, you have to do the data transfer all over again and then some.
     
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    What file type is your music? I have had no trouble playing AAC/m4a files originally ripped into iTunes as well as mp3 and wav files.
     
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    I too came from iPhone, I ended up using winamp.
     
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    You can install iTunes Agent on you're PC. Its a free program. It will create a playlist in your iTunes. You can drag whatever songs info the playlist that you want on your phone and then it allows you to sync with your phone. Works really well.
     
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    Install DoubleTwist and be done with your headaches.
     
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    who "buys" music?
     

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