Nokia Media Transfer Puts iTunes Music, Podcasts On Your Phone

Jun 8th, 2007 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Digital Music, iPods & Portable Media Players, Mobile Podcasting

Nokia Media Transfer

It looks like the mobile phone industry is starting to face the music – they’re introducing new features to try and close the gap between their offerings and those of Apple’s iPhone.

Nokia has released its Nokia Media Transfer 1.0 beta, which lets you transfer pictures, videos, podcasts, music, and other files between your Nokia mobile device and your Mac.

The app is a free download.


  • Mac OS X 10.4.9 or higher
  • iTunes 7 or higher
  • iPhoto 6 or higher
  • A ompatible phone (list here)
  • USB connection cable, or Bluetooth wireless connectivity
  • Recommended: A large memory card for your device, especially if you wish to transfer a large amount of music, videos, or photos onto your device.

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  1. […] Nokia just announced the availability of their Nokia Media Transfer software that will allow Mac users to transfer podcasts, games and other media content to and from their computer and their Nokia handset. This free application can be used by either connecting through USB or Bluetooth setting. […]

  2. Simon says:

    I have had no success with this. I tried to drag songs from the itunes library to the newly created folder with no luck.. my phone is connected via the USB cable.. what am I doing wrong?

  3. T says:

    You need to create a playlist in the automatically created folder. Itunes will allow you to add tracks to this folder, and upload them to your Nokia.

  4. brattyanne says:

    Do i need to download anything else to make my e71 work with my itunes or do i just connect through USB?

  5. karene says:

    i have a nokia 3120 but i can’t download songs what’s the matter????

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