putting mp3's onto my Droid 2 Global

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  1. OwlD2G

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    I've got some 8,000 mp3's in iTunes on my Mac. How do I put some of them onto my D2G?

    Many thanks.

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    Doubletwist

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    If you only want some, mount your phone as a mass storage device on your computer via USB, locate the mp3 folder, drag and drop

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    How do I set my Droid to Mass Storage?
     
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    Plug your phone up, pull down your status bar, tap connection, "USB Mass Storage."

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    Go check audio galaxy on the market. It'll help quite a bit.

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    If its your library that's syncd then yea just use the usb mass storage method and drag n drop files or folders to whichever folder youre using for music on the d2. For the record linux treats everything like a drive :)

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    Have doubletwist.. can't get mp3's off of my pod.. now what?


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  9. LaxzBro

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    So they're on your ipod but not computer?

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    That's correct..

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    Personally I'd use ephpod to copy the music to your HDD and then sync it to the droid via USB mass storage. But I'm a nerd, and like having redundant copies of my music.
     
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    I remember reading about something... sharepod? I thinks its what you're looking for if that's the right name

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