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Topic # 138950 22-Jan-2014 19:14
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I have recently bought a second hand Samsung Galaxy S3 and I want to synch my entire ITunes music library to the phone via a micro SD card. I have a 64gb micro SD card in the phone which a I bought just after I bought the phone. I am finding firstly that not the entire ITunes library copies to the phone (which is what I want) , I have just under 40gb of music files in ITunes. After synching 5 times I only seem to have around 22gb of music files each time, on the phone. After finishing the synching I get a message with a list of songs that haven't copied.
My question is this an issue with Easyphone or an issue with the card. I have tried with a second card and still have the same problem? I really want to have my complete library on a phone as I frequently take long trips in the car and play the music through my car stereo. I but this phone after losing my 32gb Iphone and it seemed like a cheaper option rather than a 64gb Iphone.

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  Reply # 972463 22-Jan-2014 20:02
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From the Easyphone FAQs

Can I transfer tracks purchased from the iTunes store to my phone?

Yes, Easy Phone Tunes can be used to transfer most tracks purchased from the iTunes Store to your phone. The tracks must be in the iTunes Plus format (any tracks in the older iTunes format cannot be copied). Note that most tracks recently purchased from the iTunes store will automatically be in the iTunes Plus format.


Are the tunes that can't be copied in the older format?



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  Reply # 972507 22-Jan-2014 22:19
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How long has the new format been out? I also have a considerable amount of music imported into ITunes. Is there anyway I can covert the music into something that is compatible with the Samsung music player.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 972554 23-Jan-2014 05:35
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Once you sort it out try Poweramp from the play store, excellent music player.

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