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Monday 05th of November 2012 / androidforum.com
I am in the process of acquiring a Samsung Galaxy Note 2. I have never owned a Samsung smartphone. I have an iPod classic that holds all my music. When I backed up the music in my iPod to my PC the songs were all renamed by iTunes into random letters. I backed up the music by going into the iPod's hidden folders and copying it into my PC. I have recently reset my computer to factory settings, therefore I did not install iTunes again. Questions:1) Does Samsung have its own media organizer? (Like iTunes)2) What programs can I use to convert the random letters naming my songs to the songs real names and info? 3) What media organizer works like iTunes and is compatible with Samsung? (I have heard about media monkey)Any extra info on Samsung Galaxy Note smartphones will be great.
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DoubleTwist will sync Android with your photos, music, and videos


Friday 14th of August 2009 / androinica.com
Have you tired of copying new music, photos, and videos to your SD card? Do you want to stop having to pick and choose which wallpapers or downloaded YouTube videos are new before transferring files on your SD card? Frustrated user, meet DoubleTwist, a free computer program that syncs media between your PC/Mac and your Android device.Double Twist acts as a mediator between computers and several devices, automatically updating your phone with recent changes to your library. In an iTunes reminiscent environment, your media library or selected playlists and folders will be transferred and updated every time a device is plugged in and sync is initiated. Double Twist can:Automatically convert videos into formats compatible with G1/Dream and Magic/myTouchAuto-download and store YouTube videos on deviceImport and sync your entire iTunes library (if it can fit on your SD Card)Sync a smart playlist. For instance, you can create rules to only sync rock songs added within the past month or the 50 songs you play most oftenSync only designated folders, such as an “Android” folder use
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Stream iTunes library to Google Nexus 4 for playing without DRM restriction


Monday 18th of March 2013 / androidtablets.net
iTunes offers a lot of appealing things that can tempt the Android user to get an iPhone 5 over Jelly Bean smartphones, which do not come with iTunes. Is it possible for Android users to enjoy iTunes contents (Video, Movie, Music) on an Android smartphone like Google Nexus 4? We dig into it in this article to give you an idea of enjoying iTunes music and videos on Google Nexus 4 (and other Android phones). Playing iTunes Music and Podcast on Nexus 4Music and podcasts downloaded from iTunes are compatible with Android phones in most cases. Music purchased from iTunes is in the AAC format and Podcasts MP3, which are compatible with Nexus 4. But there are exceptions- songs bought from iTunes prior to the April 2009 are protected by DRM and thus can not be played on Android device. Playing iTunes Videos and Movies on AndroidAll movies and TV shows rented or purchased from iTunes have DRM restrictions. Because Android doesn't support Apple's iTunes DRM, video from iTunes won't work on Nexus 4. Other kinds of video stored in an iTunes library, such as that shot on an iPhone 4, are compati
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Sync & Transfer movies from Mac iTunes to Kindle Fire HD 7"/8.9" for playing


Friday 30th of November 2012 / androidtablets.net
Check out this step by step tutorial on how to transfer M4V movie/TV shows from Mac iTunes to Amazon Kindle Fire HD so that you can play iTunes videos on Kindle Fire HD on the go. The Kindle Fire HD comes with a 7-inch model and 8.9-inch model and the two Amazon Android os tablets well support videos up to 1080p. So they can be used as portable video players for watching movies on the go. If you have some movies, TV shows, or music videos purchased from iTunes store and want to move these iTunes videos from your Mac to your Kindle Fire HD for watching, just keep on reading to find the solution. As we know, movies purchased from iTunes store are locked by Apple DRM protection and can only play on Apple products like iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, QuickTime, etc. In order to play iTunes videos on Kindle Fire HD, you may have to get rid of DRM from iTunes movies and convert iTunes movies to Kindle Fire HD compatible video foramts under Mac OS X. To do this, a DRM removal video converter is needed. If you're looking for ease-to-use, check out Pavtube's ChewTune Mac, a Mac iTunes Movie DRM Deco
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iTunes Music to Android Device


Monday 05th of November 2012 / androidforums.com
I am in the process of acquiring a Samsung Galaxy Note 2. I have never owned a Samsung smartphone. I have an iPod classic that holds all my music. When I backed up the music in my iPod to my PC the songs were all renamed by iTunes into random letters. I backed up the music by going into the iPod's hidden folders and copying it into my PC. I have recently reset my computer to factory settings, therefore I did not install iTunes again. Questions:1) Does Samsung have its own media organizer? (Like iTunes)2) What programs can I use to convert the random letters naming my songs to the songs real names and info? 3) What media organizer works like iTunes and is compatible with Samsung? (I have heard about media monkey)Any extra info on Samsung Galaxy Note smartphones will be great.
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play music on 'Sony Internet Player' from an iTunes network share


Friday 21st of December 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello, I bought this 'Internet Player' which has Android installed, and I want to play music from my Mac PC's iTunes library over the home network. I tried to download DoubleTwist from the Play store, because I believed this would do it, but it said 'This Application is not compatible with your device'. Any advice on how to do this?
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Will the Galaxy Nexus play my iTunes files?


Tuesday 15th of November 2011 / droidforums.net
I'm planning to switch from an iPhone 4 to the Nexus and a good portion of my music library is purchased from the iTunes store, but I've heard the file type (.m4a) isn't compatible with Android. Is this true? If yes, what's the easiest solution?
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How to Download and View HD 1080p iTunes Movies on Kindle Fire HD


Tuesday 11th of December 2012 / androidtablets.net
Want to sync & transfer the 1080p/720p HD iTunes videos to your Kindle Fire HD 7"/8.9" for playback? Here you'll find the easy solution. Both the Kindle Fire HD 7" and the 8.9" one are great for watching videos on the go. However, just like other Android os tablets, the Kindle Fire HD can't play iTunes M4V movies because of the DRM restriction and format limitation. In order to download and view 1080p/720p HD iTunes video files on Kindle Fire HD, you'll need to do some work in advance. I mean you'll need to strip DRM from the iTunes videos and convert iTunes M4V to Kindle Fire HD compatible video formats. Here's how. Free Download the App - Pavtube ChewTuneThe program is an easy-to-use yet stable DRM removal software for Android. It supports handling protected movies, TV shows from iTunes, Amazon, Blu-ray/DVD digital copy videos and more. Meanwhile the playback of the converted videos is as decent as possible as original. If you are a Mac user, you can use the ChewTune Mac to convert and download 1080p/720p iTunes HD movies to Kindle Fire HD on Mac. Just get
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Convert & Transfer iTunes/Digital Copy Movies to Google Nexus 4


Thursday 20th of December 2012 / androidtablets.net
Summary: This article mainly shows you how to sync and transfer DRM-protected iTunes/Digital Copy/Amazon movies to Google Nexus 4 for smoothly playback. The Google Nexus 4 packs in a ferocious 1.5GHz quad-core processor, a whopping 2GB of RAM and the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It comes with a lovely 4.7'' display, with 320 pixels per inch. With those features mentioned, you will have great video experience for watching videos on Google Nexus 4. However, currently the Nexus 4 can't play DRM-protected movies downloaded or purchased from iTunes store, Amazon store, Blu-ray/DVD Digital Copy discs. Get frustrated? Here you will find the best solution. To get iTunes/Digital Copy/Amazon DRM movies playable on Google Nexus 4, you need to remove DRM from these movies and then convert them to Nexus 4 compatible video formats. To do this, you can get Pavtube's ChewTune and accomplish your task in a few mouse clicks! The program is an intuitive and stable DRM converter to help you remove DRM protection from iTunes, Amazon, Zune, BBC iPlayer, Digital Copies, Napster, Blockbuster, etc. and co
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Tunein Radio app now compatible with Ford SYNC; control over 50,000 stations with voice commands


Tuesday 10th of January 2012 / androidcentral.com
Just as we saw yesterday with the NPR Android app, the Tunein Radio app joins the growing list of applications that are compatible with Ford SYNC AppLink. The TuneIn application allows people listen to more than 50,000 AM, FM, HD and Internet radio stations as well as more than 1 million on-demand programs. All hands-free via Ford SYNC AppLink. This is the future, folks. No word on exactly when the Android app will be updated, but the iTunes app should go live soon, and we expect the Android app to follow shortly. Hit the break for the full press release.TuneIn Radio App to Offer Drivers 50,000+ Global Stations Through Voice-Controlled Ford SYNC AppLinkTuneIn Radio app will offer drivers more than 50,000 AM, FM, HD and Internet radio stations featuring music, sports and news from around the worldThe addition of the TuneIn Radio app to the growing list of available apps for SYNC®reflects Ford’s commitment to keep pace with customer desires and consumer electronics trendsLAS VEGAS, Jan. 10, 2012– The in-car listening options for Ford vehicles equipped with SYNC®App
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