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    what folder to put music files in?

    what folder should i put my music in or do i keep it on the root of the sd?
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    I'm curious myself. I have the Droid 2, and as you may or may not know, it comes with an 8gb card installed. Well, I don't have a transfer cable in my possession as this very moment. I pulled the card and put it into a USB micro sd card reader. I also don't know where the music should go.
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    I created a Media>>Music folder.....works like a charm.
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    In a folder named music

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    For my card, the only place I was thinking about putting it is in Media>>Audio, but I want to make absolutely certain. Can I just create a music folder in the "Media' folder and load that up without problems?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EzTec View Post
    Can I just create a music folder in the "Media' folder and load that up without problems?
    That is what Bn'B said works for him.....like a charm

    My MP3 files are in a folder named music on the Root of my SD, in my media folder I keep a ringtones/notifications/and alarms folder, for their respected files...either way will work

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    Sounds good to me. Hopefully that answers the OP's question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tparker76 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by EzTec View Post
    Can I just create a music folder in the "Media' folder and load that up without problems?
    That is what Bn'B said works for him.....like a charm

    My MP3 files are in a folder named music on the Root of my SD, in my media folder I keep a ringtones/notifications/and alarms folder, for their respected files...either way will work
    While I don't have music, I do have a lot of videos. I just created a folder called "Videos" and put them there. No problem with the video player. I've also done that with pictures I want to keep separate from the camera folder. I just named it whatever those photos are and put them there. Gallery sees them fine.
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    Not sure it really matters, except for the fact of knowing exactly where they are. MissingSync puts them on /Markspace/music and doubleTwist put them in /music, both on the SD card. The music player(s) will find it in either space. I wish there was a "hard" standard, I like MissingSync since it will transfer files/music wirelessly but doubleTwist has some additional features that are nice. It would be nice if either one would give you the ability to configure where to store you music.

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