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richard4525
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Juat purchased the Android Razr Maxx and looking forward to an enjoyable phone experience. The technology has advanced since the Blackberry 8330 Curve.

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commonsense101
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just remember its a two way street Smiley Happy

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Duewester
Contributor - Level 2

Nice to see some optimism around here. Best wishes with the phone and "welcome to the Razr world."

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NuDroidUsrr
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richard4525 wrote:

Juat purchased the Android Razr Maxx and looking forward to an enjoyable phone experience. The technology has advanced since the Blackberry 8330 Curve.

Agreed, things have come a long way over the last 3-4 years.

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B33
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O yea Quite a Bit So i do however miss the BB's Messaging and a Few Ringtones my BB had but this is Were it's at.. i got a Droid X 2 years ago and got my first Maxx in Feb. and my Second in June it's been fun slightly bumpy Ride but it's still all good..

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richard4525
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How do you put music on the Android Mazar Maxx? Yea, I know you have to upload it to your comuter (PC) first. 1) What is the best program to use? 2) How do I transfer the music over to my phone. I spoke to Verizon Tech Support . . . no such luck.!! HELP!!!!

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NuDroidUsrr
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richard4525 wrote:

How do you put music on the Android Mazar Maxx? Yea, I know you have to upload it to your comuter (PC) first. 1) What is the best program to use? 2) How do I transfer the music over to my phone. I spoke to Verizon Tech Support . . . no such luck.!! HELP!!!!

  There are a few ways to do music. What is your data plan, are you an unlimited data, or on a tiered or shared data plan? If you are on unlimited, I would stay away from actually loading the music on the phone itself, and stream it through Motocast from your PC.

  If you are on a tiered or Share Everything Plan, then yes, you should load it on your phone. I used an app called iSyncr and iSyncr WiFi. I purchased them, they were like $2.99 and $.99 each, or maybe a little more, but they worked great. It used iTunes from your computer, and when you are at home, and if you have wifi, you can configure iSyncr to download both the music and your playlists to the phone over wifi. I used to set mine to start sync'ing at 1:00AM, while I am on wifi. That was my biggest thing, I wanted not only the music, but the playlists also. I get my music from both Apple and Amazon. You can also purchase music on the phone (again, I used Amazon), and iSyncr would also upload the music at the same time that it sync'ed the music and playlists down. And then, you can play your music according to all music, or by the playlists.

  Hope this helps.

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richard4525
Newbie

Thanks so much for your response. I will try Wimamp today.

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richard4525
Newbie

Thanks so much for your response. I will let you know how it helped. Give me a few days to respond.

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B33
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I use Winamp you can put Music that is on your Computer in your Winamp files then Transfer them Via U.S.B or Wireless to your Maxx them play them there if you iTunes songs you can put them as well in Winamp and transfer them to your Maxx Visit my Winamp Post for More info.

Winamp on Maxx

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