I keep getting a FC every time. :/ Whacky!
Edit --- I think I'm not letting it sync. Waiting this time :P
One question and maybe I missed it but where on the cloud is it stored? Can I find it under my google account via PC? One thing I hate is losing my running playlist on my phone every time, unless I have root.
You have to delete your stock music apk from /system/app BEFORE you install the new one. If you have already installed the new one just uninstall and reinstall, then go back into your account sync settings and re enable the music syncing.
Then go into the jumpertest program, go to the preferences tab make sure your gmail address is there, if not go to the accounts tab, click on your name and then make sure in your notifications bar that you have given permission for music to sync.
Go to the controls tab after you have given permissions and your email is under preferences, (Leave debug mode ON) click on start peer, and as long as it doesn't FC then click on import local media.
In your music program now under library you can select streaming or local as options to view.
This isn't like wow amazing, but if you are always going to be in an area with good signal you can load up your droid with a lot of music, let it sync and then pull the music off to save space and it will still be available. Worth playing around with i think. Cant wait till it's officially out there, I've heard it's getting delayed due to legal music copyright stuff.... but with delays we know nothing is official until it is official.
^thanks, see I installed without deleting music.apk first, then removed music, and reinstalled and it didn't work...had to uninstall new music file, then reinstall and we're all set
I have quite a bit of music on my phone 10gb or so..wonder how long it'll take to sync
So I have a question, once gingerbread comes out, or whatever is the next update for the phone, won't they include this feature on the TB?
I haven't rooted yet, and from what I saw the current way of rooting is extremely difficult (for me at least)...I need a "rooting for dumbies" book to do it, an actual person, or a one click root lol
This sounds really nice though, it is something that was NEEDED on android.