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  1. Monaaa

    Monaaa Lurker
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    Can someone please help me!? My question is how I can put music on my HTC. I was searching on YouTube and I could't find!:( I install iTunes but when I try to download some song on it I need to pay, but I don't want to. Is there any other way to put music on HTC? Please someone help me!:thinking:
     



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  2. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary
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    Welcome to the AndroidForums, Mona :)!

    I'm actually not the best person to ask for this, LOL, but I'm sure there's lots of different ways and applications for getting music on you Android device.

    I did a quick Market search for "music":

    https://market.android.com/search?q=music&so=1&c=apps

    and lots of different apps and methods for getting music on your phone. Read through them and see what strikes a chord with you.

    Also, let us know what model of Android device you have so we can direct you to the forum where others with your same device and best guide you.

    Cheers and again, welcome to AF!
     
  3. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    Welcome to AF! :)
     
  4. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum
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    Welcome to Android Forums, Monaaa.

    As Alien pointed out, thare are many ways to put music on your phone. If you are simply talking about transferring songs you already have on your PC to your phone, simply plug the phone into the PC using the USB cable and turn on mass storage. Your phone will show up as a removable drive and you just copy the files to the phone. (Keeping them in a folder called "music" or "audio" for organization is a good idea, although it really isn't necessary.)

    If you are looking to download new music directly to your phone, you most likely will have to pay for them from legitimate sources like Amazon or Google. There are places where free music is available but anything that has the potential to violate a copyright is something we really don't condone or support.
     
  5. LilacBleeds

    LilacBleeds Android Enthusiast

    welcome...
    I have a HTC and I use HTC Sync program and copy my playlists from my iTunes onto my HTC :) its easy and simple and doesn't cost
     
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