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Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 4th Edition by Phil Bull, Rickford Grant

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Managing Your Audio Device's Audio Files with Rhythmbox

As I've already mentioned, Rhythmbox is set as the default application for iPhones, iPods, Android-powered devices, and, one way or another, any other music players in Ubuntu. Once Rhythmbox is up and running, things work pretty much as they do in iTunes.

  • To view the contents of your iPod or other device, click the icon for the device in the left pane of the window. The contents of the device will then appear in the right pane of the window.

  • To copy a song from your library to your device, just click Music in the Library section of the left pane, and then drag the artists, albums, or single tracks you want from the right pane to your device's icon in the left pane. The copy progress will be ...

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