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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by coreymcl, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. coreymcl

    coreymcl Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    After finally receiving my 32 GB MicroSD card I am in the process of syncing some of my music. When it's all sync'ed it should be about 25GB of music. The process has not been with a fair amount of frustration using DoubleTwist, but it seems to be syncing just fine now.

    Let's hope when I get up in the morning it would have completed this task. Syncing large amounts of music to my phone is the aspect of Android OS devices as well as WebOS devices that has frustrated me the most the past few years.

    I would say it seems to be getting much better, but like many others I am waiting for Google to announce it's Google Music service and hope they deliver a great solution for us Android users.


  2. blazeplacid

    blazeplacid Well-Known Member

    25gb is a ton of data.

    I think we sometimes forget how much data is in just 1gb.

    What class is your SD card?
  3. Jogi

    Jogi Well-Known Member

    You could always use the app Audiogalaxy to stream your music. It uploads your music to a cloud and then streams it to your device. It works great and it is free. Best of all, you won't need to put the music on your micro sd card. Just search "audiogalaxy" in the marketplace. I have about 7gb of songs and it works awesome. I read somewhere that someone has synced up to 120gigs of music using audiogalaxy.
    sgt50 likes this.
  4. coreymcl

    coreymcl Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I just went with a Class 4, fast enough and cheap
  5. oceanos

    oceanos Newbie

    I just checked out Audiogalaxy and it seems neat. I believe what it does is stream your music from your pc to your handheld, no uploading. But the computer with the music needs to be on...
  6. Jogi

    Jogi Well-Known Member

    Yeah, that is what it does. I leave my computer on so it is not an issue.
  7. Loiselle

    Loiselle Well-Known Member

    I, too, am using a Class 4 SanDisk 32GB MicroSDHC card. Loaded close to 25GB of music as well. Took a while to load it all up, but at the end, I'm glad to have all my music on my phone again.
  8. proframer92

    proframer92 Newbie

    this is sweet.... its amazing how much you learn from forums
  9. kimtyson

    kimtyson Member

    Another streaming solution is Subsonic. I works very well. Audiogalaxy works well, too.

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