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  1. The Grim RAZR

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    OK. So I just retrieved all my album artwork using Album Artwork Grabber app cause my artwork disappeared after syncing music from iTunes to my DROID RAZR. And I think the reason for that was cause the music came from the YouTube MP3 Converter.

    So now I come to find out that Apple® uses some system to prevent the music from being labelled that was downloaded like this for free correctly even after I go in there and straighten things out.

    So is this to do with the tags or what? And if so, how do you fix and do I use my RAZR or my PC?

    Will give help back to poster who has the right answer in any way possible.
     

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    Why the heck do you need iTunes for usic on your phone? Just copy the music over and that will be it. Use mp3tag or MediaMonkey to tag albums if you need.
     
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    I Agree media monkey for the win, i have been using it since I bought my first ipod back around like 2002-2003, try uploading your music to google music and streaming it, uploading to the clouds for google music may include those id3 tages you are missing when importing from itunes to your phone, I think with itunes the music art is saved to the folder, as with media monkey you can save either to folder or to the mp3 file directly.
     
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    First off: Using iTunes is simple for me, label it, add it, play it. But if the song I want fails to fall under the same artist, then another way may be better.

    But I think I will check this out for the sake of my music being labelled correctly.
     
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    Well, that failed miserably. MediaMonkey did do it and I cannot find a tag app to do more then iTunes.

    Any other ideas?
     
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    What failed?

    Are you lookig for:

    Playback aplication?
    Tagging application?
    Synchronization application?

    I know iTunes does all of it, but what is used for everything is usually good at nothing, Jac of all trades and master of none.
     
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    It was originally for tagging. But syncing app would not hurt either.
    Any you recommend?

    While we are on this, is there an app for editing music and play it? Keep editing a Zelda rap and the ad at the end is annoying. App for a PERMANENT EDIT?
     
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    Tagging for me best is MP3Tag and Media Monkey.

    I cannot recommend anything for syncing or editing as I have never, ever used, nor I will use synchronization of music.

    Have you tried WMP for syncing?
     
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    Dang.

    Windows Media Player? No, but I might try that.
     

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