August 23, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Earlier this month, HTC released an update for its Sync application that added the ability to sync photos, music, and video files between the desktop and mobile phone. It initially only worked on the HTC Wildfire but the company promised that the feature would be extended to other phones.
HTC has made good on that promise, at least for European devices running Android 2.1 or higher. HTC Sync has been updated to support media sync on the Desire, Hero, Legend, and Wildfire. Now users can automatically update their phones with media content, adding to the previously available options to sync Outlook contacts, documents, and install third-party applications.
Only Windows PC users are able to use HTC Sync. Minimum requirements include an XP/Vista/Win7 PC with at least 1GB of RAM, 60MB of hard disk space, USB 2.0, and a Pentium III or higher processor. Visit the HTC Support page for download instructions.