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    I downloaded some music from YouTube to my PC as mp3 files and can play them on any device I open onedrive on. The problem is that it is streaming music. Ive got an old iPhone I want to use as an iPod and play it anywhere. I can download pictures from the cloud no problem but I can't seem to take the music and store it on my iPhone so I can hook it into my truck line in and play it there. Any ideas on how to do this?
    09-24-2014 06:12 PM
  2. Just_Me_D said: Best Answer

    The highest iOS version the iPhone 3G takes is iOS 4.2.1, and therefore you will not be able to use iCloud with it. The OneDrive app requires iOS 7 or higher to use so it's also out of the question. Having said that, you *should* be able to use iTunes and manually sync the music over to your iPhone 3G.

    iTunes 11 for Windows: Set up syncing for iPod, iPhone, or iPad
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    The highest iOS version the iPhone 3G takes is iOS 4.2.1, and therefore you will not be able to use iCloud with it. The OneDrive app requires iOS 7 or higher to use so it's also out of the question. Having said that, you *should* be able to use iTunes and manually sync the music over to your iPhone 3G.

    iTunes 11 for Windows: Set up syncing for iPod, iPhone, or iPad
    09-25-2014 11:13 AM

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