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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by anemoneman, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. anemoneman

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    What is the best way to manage music on the Atrix 4G? Is there something like iTunes for it? Also, when the phone says its 100% charge, is it done charging, or does it later say "full charge"?
     

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    I am new to Android - but everything I have read is that DoubleTwist is a great music application that allows you to seamlessly interface with Android. I am planning on buying that tonight.
     
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    I just use windows media player, seems to work fine, the problem I have with doubletwist is there is no "added date" so impossible to add newly bought songs to my phone without spending ages manually looking for the new songs.
     
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    Check out Media Monkey. I still contend it's the best music management app for Winders
     
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    i'd recommend just using winmedia player like the above mentioned. it's already on your computer and it works. no need for 3rd party progs, imo.
     
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    Try Motorola Media Link. I haven't used the Windows version, but the Mac version is quite nice.

    Motorola Media Link - Overview - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA
     
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    I intend to use Media Monkey. I have 2/3 of my CD collection ripped into FLAC format for my Squeezebox music network here at home. Media Monkey has a real-time conversion process that will automatically convert these FLAC files into MP3 as they sync onto the mobile device. So, while this conversion will end up taking a bit longer to do a sync, at least I don't have multiple copies of my music on my server just to have separate lossless and compact formats.
     

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