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  • How-Tos: How to transfer iTunes library to Android

    Transfer your iTunes music library to your Android smartphone or tablet in four simple steps - either directly with a cable or upload to Google Play Music.

  • How-Tos: Set any song as a ringtone on an Android phone

    Setting a ringtone on your Android phone is easy: you simply open Settings, Sound, Ringtones and add one from the list. But what if you want to choose an MP3 stored on your device as the ringtone or, better still, edit that song so you get just the catchy bit or chorus, not the first 30 seconds, for your ringtone? Here we'll show you how to edit an MP3 in Ringtone Maker (free), then set it as your ringtone.

  • How-Tos: Turn a song on your iPhone into a ringtone

    If you refuse to pay for an iPhone ringtone from the iTunes store, then why not create your own? It's easier than you think and takes mere minutes. We explain step-by-step how to turn any song you own into a ring tone on your iPhone.

  • How-Tos: Ask the iTunes Guy: Help for old-school iPod problems

    The popularity of the iPhone and iPad mean that most people who use iTunes have iOS devices. But we shouldn't forget that there are still millions with non-iOS iPods, such as the classic, nano, and shuffle. In this week's column, I address a couple of questions sent in by readers who use these "legacy" devices. I also look at questions about gaps not playing between songs, and devices authorized to download iTunes content.

  • How-Tos: How to stream NCAA March Madness to your favorite devices, mobile or otherwise

    Just because you've cut the cord doesn't mean you want to be disconnected from one of the wildest events in sport: The NCAA men's basketball tournament.

  • How-Tos: How to unsubscribe from Deezer

    It's easy to cancel your Deezer Premium+ or Elite subscription and go back to using the music streaming service for free. Here's how to unsubscribe from Deezer Premium+ or Elite.

  • How-Tos: How to use any Android phone or tablet as PC speakers

    Any Android smartphone or tablet can be used as a PC speakers so here's how to do it easily for free and without wires.

  • How-Tos: How to play 'Louie Louie' on your Mac

    If you're of an age--somewhere between 2 and 81--you're familiar with The Kingsmen's seminal frat-rock hit, "Louie Louie." And if you've ever aspired to stand in front of crowds of the inebriated, making a load of racket, it's one of the very first songs you attempted to play.

  • How-Tos: How to watch Sony CES 2015 press conference live video stream

    Watch Sony announce new products at CES 2015 including 4K TV and High-Res audio with our live video stream.

  • How-Tos: How to DJ your New Year's Eve Party using a Chromecast and Google Play Music

    No New Year's Eve party is complete without great music, so guests can get their groove on while waiting for the year's final countdown. Pricey audio-streaming solutions abound (you might even own one!), but if you don't, or if you're headed to someone else's party and you know the host has terrible instincts when it comes to party music, I'll show you a super-cheap solution using Google's $35 Chromecast.

  • How-Tos: How to create a Christmas playlist on YouTube

    There is an incredible amount of free music available on YouTube. We'll show you how to set up a Christmas playlist in a few easy steps.

  • How-Tos: How to convert YouTube video to MP3

    Music videos are frequently posted on YouTube, and converting them to MP3 lets you listen to them offline on your phone or tablet. Here's how to convert YouTube video to MP3.

  • How-Tos: How to fix LG G3 headphones problems

    We outline five fixes and workarounds for issues with the LG G3's headphones socket. Volume dropping out when using your LG G3 with headphones? You have come to the right place. Here's how to fix LG G3 headphones problems.

  • How-Tos: How to turn a Chromebox into a video-streaming workhorse

    If you're shopping for a media-streaming box for your living room, you should include a Chromebox on your list of contenders in addition to the usual suspects (Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, et al).

  • How-Tos: How to catalogue your digital music collection

    We explain how to create a catalogue of your digital music collection using Windows Media Player.

  • How-Tos: How to make and receive HD phone calls

    With many modern smartphones supporting wideband audio (or HD Voice), high quality phone calls are now possible. Here's how to make and receive HD Voice calls

  • How-Tos: Create your ultimate summer playlist with Roadtrip Mixtape

    For me, summer isn't complete without a road trip--even if it's just over a long weekend. There's something iconic about hitting the open road, just you, a car, and maybe a friend or two. Just ask Jack Kerouac. (Or Britney Spears. But let's forget I just said that and move on.)

  • How-Tos: How to transfer music from laptop to tablet

    A reader wrote in to PC Advisor wanting to transfer music from a laptop to a tablet using Cloud Player, but didn't know how to do so. Here's how we fixed his problem.

  • How-Tos: How to listen live to FIFA World Cup 2014

    Where to find the best audio commentaries for the FIFA World Cup. How to listen live to World Cup commentaries via laptop or PC, or on your smartphone or tablet. Here's how to listen live to FIFA World Cup 2014.

  • How-Tos: How to stream the 2014 World Cup

    For the next month, the eyes of the sporting world are going to be on Brazil. And that means the eyes of many sports fans in this country are going to be trained on a TV screen, browser, or mobile device.

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