Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Hands-on Review by Chris Burns for SlashGear
what about the “Player” thing, you didn’t even mentioned.
Sounds nice. I actually bought a galaxy player 4, and I’m loving it. All the Android goodness, just without the contract, and call capability and stuff. It would be nice to see a galaxy player lineup with dual core processor and 1 gig ram sometime though. Otherwise, great device. @facebook-773088056:disqus , the “Player” thing means that it’s not a phone, but essentially a music player. Sort of like the iPod touch is not a phone, but a music player with a phone’s OS.
Quality of sound? Review of the music player? Google Music integration? Best ways to transfer music to the device? Internal memory? Micro SD card?
don’t know about the 3.6, but on the 4.0, quality of sound seems fine (although you should make sure your EQ settings are correct, one of the default EQs made it sound not too great), and speakers are really loud. You can still hear what’s going on on this thing on a school bus running at 100 km/h without having the volume on the top. Amazing. Google Music integration – I assume, as I got the Google Play update. The actual music player app is OK (it’s not much more than the stock music player), but then you have the whole range of third-party music players). Best way to transfer music to device – I’ve been using SD and USB mass storage, does the job quickly and easily. In mass storage mode, it can also sync with Windows Media Player. There is also Samsung Kies, but I haven’t tried that all too much yet. Internal memory – 8G on mine, up to 32G microSD. But that’s the 4.0, again, I’m not sure how much of this applies to the 3.6
i have the 3.6. its awesome. its basically the smaller version of the 4.0. But i having some problems with the mass storage thing. I connect it to the computer the mass storage mode doesnt even turn on it just charges my galaxy player and my computer doesn’t recognize it. So i have to put everything in the player via micro sd card.
How can I sync t his with Windows Media Player? WMP keeps telling me to attach device, but it already is.