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Old 07-21-2009, 12:17 PM
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tf3d music player and pocket player

so i just got a cracked full version of pocket player and im still debating whether to make it my primary music player. thing is, does it consume more resources then the stock tf3d?i like tf3d music player because it doesnt take music within my device. i like to keep all my music in the micro sd. pocket player finds music from everywhere including my ringtones and what not so its annoying. so which is better? and consumes less battery? thanks
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Re: tf3d music player and pocket player

I like Pocket player better than TF3D cause the Htc player gets any sound file on my phone no matter where its stored. With pocket player, you can add songs or just folders. I keep all my songs in one folder on my storage card. Resource wise its not a memory hog.
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