Music transfer

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  1. ccdskater

    ccdskater New Member

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    How do yall transfer your music from iTunes to the Droid phone? I can't figure out how to do it
     
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    If you have a PC I suggest joining Google Music. They have an app that will take all your iTunes music and send it to the cloud, (20,000 files are free). It will then be available on your phone and you can pin some to use locally. Or you can check out an app in the Store called DoubleTwist.
     
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    dezymond Tech Support Mod
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    I used an app called Easy Tunes Sync, or something. However I don't see it on the Play Store anymore.

    Try iSyncr. It has some limitations, but it's the easiest way to get your playlists on your Android device.

    DoubleTwist is also good from what I heard. So +1 to what leeshor said
     
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    Just remember that not all iTunes music is convertible. I've used iSyncr successfully in the past. I now only use Amazon Music to download

    Sent from my Note 4
     
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    I am kinda old skool and will right click the tracks in iTunes and convert them to the MP3 format and make a separate folder for the MP3 version . I use the stock music app on my phone/tablets because I haven't found a music app that I really like and the stock app works for me. I usually then just load the music to my phone/tablet from directly from my computer to my phone/tablet. Sometimes I will download the song from Play, though.