How to Sync Any Portable MP3 Player with iTunes

by on February 24, 2009
in Apple, Tips and Tricks




itunes-logoiTunes is a very popular music player by Apple, which was basically made for Apple computers, but a Windows version was also released. There are several media players for Windows, but none of them have syncing features like iTunes has.

It is a great music player and organizer. But unfortunately, it can only synchronize Apple products like the iPhone, iPods – and not everyone owns one. It would great to see iTunes syncing our own MP3 player, and that’s exatcly what I’m going to share with you all.

itunes-agent

iTunes Agent is a free utility that can enable you to sync music, movies with any portable music player. It sits in your system tray and checks for new devices that are attached to your computer. Once connected, you will be able to manage it with iTunes, just like you do it with an iPod or iPhone.

Whether you want to transfer music or just create playlists on your player, iTunes can handle it with ease.

iTunes Agent is based on Microsoft .NET Framework, so you will need version 2.0 (or higher) in order to use this tool. And this also means that it is a Windows-only app.

Download iTunes Agent

You can download it for there: Download iTunes Agent

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  • Thanks for the post.

  • Susieandansley

    I downloaded this, but still haven't been able to sync the songs from my iTunes library to my mp3. Is there another step? I clicked on the icon on the bottom of my screen when I plugged my mp3 player into the computer, but it says no device detected.

  • Diaoasie

    Unfortunately, it can only synchronize Apple products like the iPhone, iPods – and not everyone owns one.