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Double twist is one of the best for syncing I think(syncs from itunes or other), I prefer the UI of musicmod though so thats what I use for my music player(it hasn't had an update in ages though).
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Winamp organizes it by ID3 tags, so folder structure is isn't taken into consideration. You could probably copy music from an iPod, where everything is stored randomly as "ASDF/FGHREH" and it would look the same as if you had a logical ordering.

I haven't checked, since I use foobar instead of Winamp on my pc, but I imagine they use the same sorting scheme on the PC version as well.

Winamp does sync wirelessly, but I've never bothered to try it.
http://blog.winamp.com/2010/11/30/wi...android-phone/
I see--thanks. One thing I'm hoping to avoid is a massive change in my media file locations (organization of folders). I recall when I used to use winamp, all the songs were in one massive folder, and little organization was possible in terms of placing them in folders/subfolders without excessive manual work. I'll give it a shot if I get the android phone though. Always good to check out all the options.

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Double twist is one of the best for syncing I think(syncs from itunes or other), I prefer the UI of musicmod though so thats what I use for my music player(it hasn't had an update in ages though).
Thanks--I heard about double twist, and it seems to have gotten mixed feedback, with it working well for some people, and poorly for others. I'll look into it.
    
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I see--thanks. One thing I'm hoping to avoid is a massive change in my media file locations (organization of folders). I recall when I used to use winamp, all the songs were in one massive folder, and little organization was possible in terms of placing them in folders/subfolders without excessive manual work. I'll give it a shot if I get the android phone though. Always good to check out all the options.



Thanks--I heard about double twist, and it seems to have gotten mixed feedback, with it working well for some people, and poorly for others. I'll look into it.
I had to download Double Twist onto my desktop, to use AirSync. If all your xfering is music, I don't think it'll give you any problems.
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Songbird is a glorious music player for android. As for syncing there is none, but all you have to do is make a folder called Music and place your files in there, your music app should find it.

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