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Tips How do I transfer songs from Limewire to my evo?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mickiscool, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. mickiscool

    mickiscool New Member
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    i dont know how to transfer songs from Limewire to my Evo... Help:(
     

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  2. Rob_A

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    Your limewire songs are in MP3 format? Just find the folder where they are on your computer, attach your evo and mount as hard drive, drag the MP3 files over to your SD card.

    (you can make a music folder to keep it organized)
     
  3. Evo_Pimpin

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    I assume you are downlaoding them to your PC correct. If so, find out where on your hard drive limewire downloads the song too. Once you know open up that folder.

    Now plug your phone into the computer and transfer them to your music folder on your phone.
     
  4. pwnst*r

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    Limewire? Lol.
     
  5. Evo_Pimpin

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  6. HTCRALEIGHFAN

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    isnt limewire like soooo 1997? lol!
     
  7. Twistax

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    First, connect your phone to your computer and select "Disk Drive" from the charge menu on the Evo.

    2nd, browse your SD card on file browser on the computer. Then Create a folder (if not one already) called "music" by right clicking on the white aread and selecting "new" then "folder" then name it "Music"

    3rd, open your folder that you save your limewire Mp3's to, then select the mp3 files you want on your phone. right click the files and click COPY

    4th navigate back to your SD card "music" folder, right click on the white area and click paste.

    This will copy your music from your computer to your sd/music folder. When done, just unplug your device and your music player should scan the card automatically for your new music.

    I would also recommend downloading "ASTRO" File browser for your phone. This is done on your phone through the "Market", its free. Astro lets you browse your SD card files while on your phone.
     
  8. vide infra

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    step 1: STOP USING LIMEWIRE
     
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  9. moodyevo4g

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    Try "music wizard" in the Android market. Works just like limewire.
     
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  10. kkwus74

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    or use dropbox......easiset way.....
     
  11. VGPOP

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    Bad app, it doesn't do anything.

    Tunee Music, it has flaws, but not like music wizard
     
  12. stompyevo

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    limewire is soo 1997...what the ins now?
     
  13. ScorpDX

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    Shhh, don't tell the n00b! :D

    No but really...I thought 97 was still Napster era.
     
  14. VGPOP

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    Neither Napster nor Limewire were in operation in 1997.

    People can't even get it right.
     
  15. ScorpDX

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    IRC still? Pfft, I don't really remember the year-year dates from one program to the next...
     
  16. gear.h34d.2012

    gear.h34d.2012 Well-Known Member
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    1997 was Kazaa if memory serves.
     
  17. edriggers

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    +1
     
  18. moodyevo4g

    moodyevo4g New Member
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    Wow..I have never had a problem with it.
     
  19. aimzmarie

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    LOL there were NO music downloader programs in 1997. in 1997 heavily loaded webpages still took a lifetime to load.

    heavy mp3 downloading didn't begin until about 1999
     
  20. hollawood24

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    Napster 1999
     
  21. ScorpDX

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  22. Grec86

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    Ok, I am having trouble with this. I did the first step. However, I dont know how to browse my SD CARD... Any advice?
     
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