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  1. Sdahe

    Sdahe Well-Known Member
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    Hello,

    I just got my Android yesteday (Galaxy Vibrant - T Mobile) but I can't get it to connect to my Macbook Pro. I would like to upload some songs but I can't get it to work. Thank for all the help I can get... I'm new to the droid world..

    thanks!!!
     

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  2. GeorgeinLA

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    Download DoubleTwist to your phone and MacBook, it should work from there . . .
     
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    Will this app sync the mp3s only?.... or it can upload both, the mp3s and the m4a files
     
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    The only way I get my Android connected to my Macbook is doing this

    Go to

    Settings--->Applications--->USB Settings--->Check "Mass Storage"--->Development--->USB Debugging>>>Plug Vibrant to Macbook

    Is this the only way to do it?
     
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    I'm pretty sure that it let me transfer all kinds of files.
     
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    assuming you have a wlan, i'd recommend grabbing [aa]swiftp[/aa] - it'll give you ftp access over wlan and/or your data plan
    transfers over 3g are obviously slow, but wifi is a very handy alternative to using usb
     

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