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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Dualias, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. Dualias

    Dualias Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Hi everybody!

    I've bought an Archos 70 IT almost two month ago and I really enjoy it and I glad to discover the Android OS :)

    I didn't want to buy an iPad but there's one thing missing in my opinion with all kinds of Android devices : a simple way to synchronize my music...

    So, I'm looking for an app witch allows me to have the same content in my desktop music folder and my Archos, wireless. Something like iSyncr but that doesn't depend on iTunes because I have some music files that Itunes can't read such as .ogg or .flac and I don't want to synchronize the way I could synchronize an iDevice...

    Could someone help me please :eek:

    Thanks guys!

    P.S. : Sorry, my English is not very good, I hope It's understandable!
     

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  2. angldvl81

    angldvl81 Android Expert

    i use winamp. download it to your computer, add music, make playlists then download the app to your phone and sync the playlists to your phone. its not wireless but it gets the job done without itunes. hope that helps!
     
  3. Dualias

    Dualias Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Humm... Sorry, I forgot to specify that i'm a mac user... Winamp doesn't exist on OS X...

    Further, it'll be really cool to do that thing wireless :eek:

    Thanks anyway!

    Any ideas?! Someone else?!
     
  4. xSithxSaviorx

    xSithxSaviorx Well-Known Member

    Audiogalaxy maybe
     
  5. daz_2000

    daz_2000 Android Enthusiast

    doubletwist?
     
  6. trublond

    trublond Newbie

    I use missing sync to sync my DROID to my iMac. It provides two-way syncing and will with BT, WIFI and tethered. A little expensive but has work well.
     
  7. Dualias

    Dualias Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Thank you guys for your responses. :)

    After some searches on the web and after tried different ways to do what I want, I decided to switch from this ubiquitous iTunes to Songbird and use the FolderSync add-on.
    The synchronization is in course and it seems to work well!

    You just have to configure it once, select a target folder on the Android device, select witch part of your music library you wanna synchronize (All or only selected play-lists) and that's it!

    You should give it a try, it's very easy... Hope it could help someone else!
     
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