Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by slugger09, Jul 30, 2010.
Any know what way this will work??
I guess you open iTunes, plug in your Desire and it'll show up as a device, and you just drag your albums and songs over.
You can do it now using iTunes Agent anyway.
but it probably wont allow apple drm protected file transfers, obviously.
One of the massive bonuses of running an Android device over my previous phone (3GS) is the ability to not have to use iTunes. Granted it's still on my machine - I haven't found a program that will work as well with my 2 iPods, but I prefer to use it as scarcely as possible.
Glad this has been added cannot wait for the weekend
kinda feel the same as you, BUT, iSyncR is amazing for android
If HTC have failed to provide divx support I will be annoyed.
Why the hell does anyone want to use iTunes? (unless they own an iPhone or iPod Touch)
What is the problem with using either
a. Windows Explorer, copy and pasting my stuff onto the SD card.
b. Using Windows Media Player 12 to sync my music, video and photos.
Mac users for once. And having automatic syncing is great.
iTunes is in my view a great app. Does what it's supposed to do, and the UI doesn't get in the way (where media player fails a lot of the time).
But the again on the Mac iTunes isn't the bloatware it is on Windows.
The big problem with using the drag & drop thing is that you constantly need to keep track of things you have added to your library. I really like that whenever I have purchased some music & ripped a cd, it's automatically synced to my phone the next time I hook up.
But as far as I can see the iTunes sync option is for Windows users only (seems to be using HTC sync app) so I'm sticking to Salling media sync for now.
The fact that iTunes cant be skinned & customised is the reason why it is so popular.
According to this
iTunes Sync is a feature of HTC Sync 3.0
Unfortunately, 3.0 hasn't been released for the desire yet
Apparently you can get it for the wildfire though...