How do I transfer my music from my computer to my phone? I have a folder on my computer that contains 1129 songs and that folder is a playlist in iTunes. I have checked and the playlist in iTunes contains 1129 songs.
1. I have tried copying from my computer straight to my SD card. When I disconnect, most of my music isn't on the card. It does transfer some but nowhere near all.
2. I take the card out of my phone and put it in the card reader on my computer. I copy to the card that way and guess what??? When I disconnect, most of my music isn't on the card. It does transfer some but nowhere near all.
3. I tried using Windows Media Player, hoping that would work, but of course Android does not like Windows and vice versa.
4. I went to my local Verizon store and the guy there recommended DoubleTwist. This works better than the other ways I have tried, to a point. I have 1129 songs in my iTunes playlist. I synch it to my phone through DoubleTwist and when I disconnect, I have 406 songs on my phone.
How, on God's green earth, can I copy all 1129 songs to my phone? It really shouldn't be this difficult. Is it an issue with the phone? The SD card? Or am I missing something? Someone, please help me!!!
iTunes has historically used a very strict DRM (digital rights management) that does not allow you to use music outside of iTunes. From what I have heard, this has softened a bit, but I don't use iTunes so I'm not sure. The DRM also only applies to music downloaded from iTunes, not imported music. From what I have heard, DoubleTwist IS the best way to sync with iTunes however, like I said, I don't use iTunes, so I have had no reason to use DoubleTwist.