If you're trying to upload and have a basic home internet package (like a typical 2-3 Mbps dsl), us your 3G instead. With good signal you may likely get 2 to 2.5 times the upload speed.
This assumes an unl data package though...
A) What is illegal about using amazons cloud drive to upload things over the network?
B) I can get 2 Mbps on 3G in some areas.
C) my home dsl IS 3 Mbps, but the upload is only 386 Kbps. My 3G upload speeds are from 600-1200 Kbps and more.
I just found this...I'm a little late to the party. That's pretty cool...I've been buying MP3s off Amazon for a couple years now, so this really adds to it all.
One thing I noticed though; you can't upload to the cloud from your mobile device. At least not that I can see. Hope that can get fixed. (Well, on second thought, I kinda see why that's not available...hm...)
I think I've found something of a bug, was hoping someone else could check to verify it? The player has a mildly annoying fade in/fade out instead of just starting and stopping a song. While mildly annoying in its own right, I think it's interfering with the GPS voice. If I'm running another streaming music service -- Audiogalaxy, for instance -- the player stops, the GPS tells me where to go, the player starts again. With Amazon, the GPS voice is really, really, really quiet. Almost inaudible. I'm not positive, but I think the fade out is interfering with the navigation volume.
I'm running this on an OG Droid with CM7, with a line running from the headphone jack to the line in on the stereo. Can someone else check, see if their phone is doing the same thing? It doesn't have to be the same phone. In fact, it'd be interesting to see if it was doing it on someone else's.