Transfer Ipod tunes to my Android + a couple of quick questions
created on Feb 2, 2011 3:26:16 AM
Just wondering if anyone help me out...... I have a hell of a lot of tunes on my Ipod & ITunes.
I have recently purchased the "Power Amp" app on my android to play music. Can someone tell me how I go about placing all my music thats on the IPod on to this app so I can listen to my tunes via Power Amp.
Also, how do you access "my downloads" on the Samsung Galaxy iS9000?
--> 1 more quick question, anyone heard any news about a docking station for the tablet?
Cheers everyone1!! Look forward to a response
created on Feb 2, 2011 11:00:16 AM
have you checked out doubleTwist. That might be the thing what you are looking for...
created on Feb 3, 2011 5:56:01 AM
Thanks for that! That looks like it ;)
Any idea of how to access what's stored on the internal SD card and access the download history?
created on Feb 4, 2011 1:06:17 PM
Take your phone and connect it to a PC with a mciroUSB to USB cable. Then, click on the "usb connected" notification on your phone and mount (i think) your microSD card on your phone using the phone's software. Then, go into my computer, and select the drive that corresponds to the Android device. once inside, there should be a folder called downloads, where you can access files that have been downloaded onto your computer.
Once you are done looking around inside your phone's storage, do the "safely remove hardware" sequence to kill the connection between the phone and computer. Then go into ur notification bar and turn off usb storage.
Let me know if that doesn't work for you. Samsung also has proprietary software called Samsung Kies which is supposed to do stuff like this. You may want to install that for an easier time moving files back and forth onto your phone.
created on Feb 14, 2011 9:31:36 AM
Thanks for the tip! Samsung kies is the way to go, Simply drag and drop files - Perfect!!