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iSyncr for PC: Great App!

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by brikim, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. brikim

    brikim Guest
    Thread Starter

    I love this app. I do not need my ipod at all anymore. I use this with mixzing with last fm scrobbling turned on. I use smart play-lists in iTunes(one of the only things I love about iTunes) Just mount your SD card open the program and it automatically opens iTunes and syncs your play counts. Then just click the play-lists you want to sync (the program remembers previous selected ones) and press sync. It will then remove any music not in those play-lists and update and new music and selected play-lists to your SD card. Dev is actively making this program better.


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  2. timmy0597

    timmy0597 New Member

    Jun 4, 2010
    just downloaded this and love it as well. five stars for me
  3. Timaphillips

    Timaphillips Well-Known Member

    Nov 8, 2009
    I'm getting duplicates in the music player of ALL albums. It doesn't seem to be actual duplicate files on my SD card though. Also, the playlists that syncs from itunes are not showing up on my Droid, only the music itself. Any help?
  4. zartemis

    zartemis Member

    Jun 14, 2010
    I love isyncr as well, especially the ratings widget. I love being able to rate music on my phone as it plays and then have those ratings go back to itunes. I even put the isyncr ratings widget in quickdesk so I can call it up over any running application. Way cool.

    I wish the pc syncr would remember which playlists you sync, but that's currently my only issue.

    isyncr ratings used to have a problem playing nice with Scrobble Droid, but that's been fixed in recent versions (so if you gave up on the ratings widget in the past because it wouldn't display info and you use scrobble droid, give the widget another try with the updated version).

    Regarding the duplicate music, I haven't had duplicate music, but you could try clearing your phone/SD card of all music (check *all* folders on phone/SD card) and make sure the music player sees no music at all. Also clear any playlists from the music player. Then resync a small playlist and see if that works OK. If you get duplicates with just a small sync and are willing to help the developer debug it, send him email and see what he has to say about it. That's how the Scrobble Droid bug got solved.

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