I used the Motorola Media Link Software to transfer songs, vids, and pics to my droid without a problem. It transferred my iTunes library and reg mp3's that I had.
Personally, I hated dT. Clunky, no organizational features, no album art (okay, 50%, but what good is that?) playlist editing a mess, etc. etc.
I like Songbird so far. A few questions, but from what I've read, Songbird and MediaMonkey appear to be equally good, it's just a matter of personal preference.
searayman, I have a question about Songbird, and I really hope you can answer it, as I love the program so far, and just need help with this one issue...
In iTunes, I could have a song in my library and choose not to sync it to my portable device. I can't figure out how to do this in songbird.
I thought, as a workaround, I could get back into the preferences I got when I first opened the program, turn off the syncing between iTunes and Songbird, and then delete the songs I don't want on my droid from the Songbird library. BUT: I'd love it if both programs could have the same changes recorded, as I like to use my iPod on long trips so my phone's battery isn't drained.
Also, does Songbird have support for video so that it can be played on a droid? I don't mind using redkawa to convert, just hoping songbird can sync it.
I checked the songbird site for answers to both of these and all the posts discussing them were extremely old. As in, more than a year.
God double twist for mac sucked hard for me. I finally caved and bought the isyncr for mac from the market and glad I did. Works great with itunes, I think it saves/imports the song count too (not sure though). it's not free but it's pretty inexpensive, less than $3 I think.
Edit: it's not just for mac either the pc version is on the top downloaded/bought list.
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I don't bother with any of those apps... I just plug my droid in, mount the SD card, and copy the files manually. It pulls up album art and everything in MixZing, and I don't have to mess around with any obnoxious programs
Of course, all my MP3's are from my ripped CDs, so they don't have DRM and none of the BS iTunes stuff
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Originally Posted by jntowers
i also use a program called sync toy for windows. Its not exactley a music player but its a folder syncer. It works really well and can sync both ways and has other cool options. Check it out.
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