Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mityman50, Jun 11, 2010.
Nevermind, I found a program. Sorry for the clutter.
Going to piggyback on this one.....
Also does anyone know how to play DRM protected music on android?
Here is a... WHY IS MY ENTIRE SENTENCE HYPERLINKED???? OK so I can't stop this hyperlink so get used to it lol. Anyways it's a walkthrough on using iTunes on your Evo with a program called iTunes Agent.
Also (hey, were back to normal!) I don't think you can directly play DRM locked music on it, but if you found a converter you should be able to convert it to regular MP3 format, minus the DRM. I use the RealPlayer program to convert songs. Very user friendly.
OK, I just finished using that program. All the music is on my phone, however, it doesn't all work. I don't know what music formats the Evo supports, and I don't know what music formats all of my music is in (cough cough stupid Limewire). If I knew which it supported, then it would be a simple matter of converting my songs.
I still can't figure out why I want my music on here so bad... I am going to use my iPod for music, not my phone... what am I doing?!?!?
baw, I have sound taxi but didn't want to go through the trouble of converting all of my music. I guess I should get started.......
Tapatalk. Samsung Moment. Yep.
Or you could just drag and drop to the music folder.
is there any way to use windows media player to transfer music to the HTC EVO ?
You either drag and drop or setup automatic sync with any modern Windows/Linux based music player. (ie Foobar/Mediamonkey/Winamp/Windows Media/Amarok/Rhythmbox/etc)
Yea the music library with different formats, I feel ya man. I just end up converting everything to mp3 format. Few different programs out there that will do it and even leave the original files there also. Media Monkey is a good program for organizing your library. There are many different ones out there, I just have everything in mp3 to save the headaches.
Drag and drop the folders you want into your music folder. If you were unlucky or unwise enough to purchase locked-down music with digital restrictions, use a program like Tunebite to basically re-record it as an unencumbered audio file and write it off as a learning experience
I sync wirelessly with iTunes and my EVO using Tunesync. It works great, no problems so far. I tried doubletwist and the music was getting transferred with no album art.
Only bad thing is its not free, but so worth it...iPhones don't even have this feature!
So, what is easy and better than Limewire?
I might have to try this just so I can say I did it lol. I do enjoy using iTunes.
Google Blog Search. I think it's blogsearch.google.com then you get a link to rapidshare, mediafire, megaupload or another site that hosts the file just as a zip or rar. It's fantastic.
I just want to transfer some albums already on my PC to my phone. Teenage grandson did one for me, but I can't follow his instructions. Could someone help, please? He warned me if I did it wrong, something terrible would happen to the phone. Thanks.
I usually just copy them from my computer and paste them in the music file on the Evo
I'm putting music on my Evo wirelessly with Winamp. Badassery!
Nice, I don't even download music anymore on my Desktop, its all done on me Evo now. Along with fixing tags and album artwork... I love this thing.
What do you use for that?
I listen to music on my computer a lot so I just do it on here.
I use iTag from the market which is free. Works well enough for me.
I mean for downloading music.
I use Music Box, I dont have any problems finding my music with it. And its of course free
Cool app but I noticed when downloading the same song of different lengths such as different versions it replaces the prior rather than adding a unique identifier (requiring me to correct this with a file manager)..
or just DL gtunes from the market and you can search a DL songs directly to your phone!
Just to let you know, when you ask a question and find the solution, it's only proper forum etiquette to post the answer in your edited post. Not just post that the problem was solved...
That said, a lot of people don't know that Vuze has device support.
If you plug in your Evo while Vuze is running it should detect it and create a profile for it. If you drag and drop music or video to the Evo in Vuze it will automatically convert and transfer it for you.