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By Gino R, Junior Member on 30th March 2014, 01:00 AM
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Could someone give me an idea the easiest way to load music onto my Truesmart? Thanks for any help I can get on this.. Gene
 
 
30th March 2014, 01:06 AM |#2  
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Patch it first or install Dees BT ROM.

Connect it to your PC and select mass storage mode.

Copy music to the "Music" folder on your device
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30th March 2014, 02:39 PM |#3  
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You can use "Airdroid" to copy your files (music, pics, vids) wirelessly to your TS.

Airdroid is available in PlayStore. I patched my TS with Gapps so I have the store on my device.
30th March 2014, 06:47 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Lokifish Marz

Patch it first or install Dees BT ROM.

Connect it to your PC and select mass storage mode.

Copy music to the "Music" folder on your device

The only thing I can add to this is if you have added the SDCARD.
I use RDIO, On the login screen you can point the storage to a custom location, like maybe a folder on the sdcard..
I have over 1000 songs synced from Rdio plus all my Podcasts that are synced automatically using BeyondPod. wether you
manage your own stuff (drag and drop over usb) our use a service (RDIO, Spotify, Play Music, etc) I recommend you consider the extra storage.
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I don't have bluetooth on my computer, so I tried airdroid. I never had a problem with airdroid on my HP touchpad tablet, but for some reason I could not get it to load to my truesmart. I ended up paying under $2 for wifi file transfer pro. The interface is easy to use and I copied about 12GB of music to my truesmart in about an hour over my wifi network.
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Another wireless option (free)
I use ES File Explorer to move all kinds of files all over the place wirelessly, whether on computers on my Wifi network (LAN) or in the cloud.
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I use Media Monkey and USB Mass Storage mode (mtp is buggy and unreliable). Also Spotify in offline mode works great, or online mode if you have 3G and get good reception in your area.

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