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mp3 player for mpx220

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Hi, can you tell me what is the best mp3 player for mpx220?I have 500 MB mp3 music but wmp is to bad for it...So if you coud help me...

Thanx

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Hi, can you tell me what is the best mp3 player for mpx220?I have 500 MB mp3 music but wmp is to bad for it...So if you coud help me...

Thanx

I use pocket music TCPMP is good too as is mini lyrics.

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Pocket Player is my current favourite for functionality and ease-of-use.

Check it out at MoDaCo Fairdeal

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Is there any way we can get Itunes on our phone? Anyone hear of any itunes that is compatible to WM2003? I know there are itunes on non-smartphones that perform the same functionality of the many different music players available for smartphones, but I just like the idea of having an actual Itunes program on my phone...

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Is there any way we can get Itunes on our phone? Anyone hear of any itunes that is compatible to WM2003? I know there are itunes on non-smartphones that perform the same functionality of the many different music players available for smartphones, but I just like the idea of having an actual Itunes program on my phone...

The only copy of iTunes that runs on a mobile phone is installed in the ROM of Motorola's ROKR series devices. (ie. not WM compatible)

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I use pocket music TCPMP is good too as is mini lyrics.

how did u get pocket music to work on your mpx220 because wen i was installing it to my phone it says "app not intended for this device"

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then it's because you downloaded the POCKET PC version...not the SMARTPHONE version!! That's the only reason why that message appears!!

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then it's because you downloaded the POCKET PC version...not the SMARTPHONE version!! That's the only reason why that message appears!!

ok but i need some music program thats free and better then the original one on the mpx220

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I use TCPMP!! it's good for video or audio playing!! However it's not the best one around - I usually use windows media player on the MPX though - it doesn't use that much RAM!!

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You're free options are windows media player and tcpmp, afaik. All of the other ones I've come across have cost money.

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