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I've a galaxy and a Samsung tablet. I download many mp3s on the tablet and I'd like to be able to sync them with the phone and vice versa. Any app for this?

I am talking about lots of files, so Dropbox and Google drive are not what I have in mind. The I'd like something that works over wifi

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I recommend Google Music if it's available in your country. It allows you to sync 20.000 music files for free. Or even more if you pay.

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Google music doesn't let me upload music straight from device! – gotch4 Nov 20 '12 at 21:33

Any file syncing service like Google Drive or Dropbox should do the trick, I believe.

Install the apps on both devices and move the music files to a folder from within the apps.

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That could do. The problem is that they won't sync straight away, but only when I try to open the file. This is bad for data plan reasons and because I use the tube a lot. – gotch4 Nov 20 '12 at 21:35
Do you prefer that they sync right away but ONLY on WiFi? Google Drive has an option to auto-update ONLY on WiFi. That should suffice. – Sparx Nov 21 '12 at 6:09
Also see -… – Sparx Nov 21 '12 at 6:14
Also, WiFi Direct might be a good idea if your devices support it -… – Sparx Nov 21 '12 at 6:16

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