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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by la sal, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. la sal

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    Does PowerAMP work with Pandora or only music files in your phone?
     

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    Also, I sent my iPod Shuffle song list to my SD card. How do I get these songs into my music app? My file manager shows them as an iTunes library but won't let me open them.
     
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    Only on music files.
    I tried the iTunes thing too. As far as i can tell you need the original files dropped onto the memory card. ITunes stuff tells you to go eff yourself.
     
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    Thanks. I will probably just uninstall PowerAMP then.
     
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    PowerAMP is the best music player. It allows formats that other players do not such as ALAC (Apple Lossless) and FLAC etc.

    It also have a great EQ section and can help to boost the volume of our phone (which is very low via headphones).

    Think twice before getting rid of it.

    You can use Windows Media Player to sync music to your Android. Just let it read your iTunes folder. Only problem is that it won't work with with any ALAC (Apple Lossless) files you may or may not have (in iTunes). Such files would have to be manually copied over (PowerAmp does do ALAC).
     
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