August 3, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
HTC has added media to the list of content that can be transfered to your device using its HTC Sync desktop program. The 3.0 version, currently available only for Wildfire users on a PC, can work with “popular media players” that you use.
Sync 3.0 will tap into your media player of choice to grab playlists, songs, photos, and videos that you mark for automatic syncing. I don’t currently use the program, but I may start if this supports Zune software. I have used Zune for few months as my primary media player, but have been disappointed to not have an easy sync solution for it. This may be the way to do it.
The HTC Wildfire is the only phone currently supporting Sync 3.0, but the program is promised to come to other Android 2.1 devices soon. Download sync from HTC if you have a Wildfire.