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Tap Tap Revenge 4 Premium Tracks Import

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31st March 2011, 03:29 PM   |  #11  
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This u cn just rename the .m4c to .m4a. no encoding needed.

Base On This I Download The SOng At http://xsellize.com/topic/49557-offi...m-track-packs/ And What to Do Next ? WHere DO I Put ? Thank You .
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31st March 2011, 04:40 PM   |  #12  
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hope someone knows as well. what i noticed is that the android version uses .m4a while the iphone version uses .m4c for the songs.

Not true. Pitbull's song Bon Bon, the free track I downloaded off the Internet has a .m4c. The only thing different is the XML files on Android TTR4 songs.
31st March 2011, 06:08 PM   |  #13  
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31st March 2011, 07:08 PM   |  #14  
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This u cn just rename the .m4c to .m4a. no encoding needed.

tried that. seems like the plist and xml difference is stopping me from playing tap tap on my android

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Not true. Pitbull's song Bon Bon, the free track I downloaded off the Internet has a .m4c. The only thing different is the XML files on Android TTR4 songs.

i guess i jumped to conclusion. i compared 1 song and assumed the others are all the same
31st March 2011, 07:50 PM   |  #15  
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So is there a way to convert plist to xml? seems that is all we might need to do
31st March 2011, 10:18 PM   |  #16  
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I am interested stay tuned. the problem is in the file .xml
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Tried online plist to xml converters...all failed. And also i checked the formats of the 2 files, the plist has a completely different set of codes compared to the xml. i doubt any convertion wud be possible, myt aswell put up a thread for ttr4 for android.
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so i was able to convert the taptrack.ttr2_track to xml and add it to the track folder, but the track folder on my phone doesnt include the info.plist, i found where it should go..
the info.plist location is:
data/data/com.tapolous.taptaprevenge4/files/tracks/*track folder*

and for the taptrack.ttr2_track and artowork:
sdcard/android/data/com.tapolous.taptaprevenge4/files/tracks/*track folder*

but if you compare the info.plist you downloaded and the original from one of the song that came with the app, you'll see it is different and the one you downloaded looks corrupt. if anyone knows how to convert it to normal XML we will be able to play those songs for free
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so i was able to convert the taptrack.ttr2_track to xml and add it to the track folder, but the track folder on my phone doesnt include the info.plist, i found where it should go..
the info.plist location is:
data/data/com.tapolous.taptaprevenge4/files/tracks/*track folder*

and for the taptrack.ttr2_track and artowork:
sdcard/android/data/com.tapolous.taptaprevenge4/files/tracks/*track folder*

but if you compare the info.plist you downloaded and the original from one of the song that came with the app, you'll see it is different and the one you downloaded looks corrupt. if anyone knows how to convert it to normal XML we will be able to play those songs for free

Then I suppose the only thing to do is to have a copy of every tracks a user downloaded in his Android then uploads it, just like people give those premium tracks when TTR hasn't got to Android, right?

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