I use Linux on the desktop and have zero access to iTunes. I'm in a position where I have to use an iPhone for a while.

I can plug my phone to my computer and mount the storage drive. Where would I dip my MP3 collection in order to pay them in the native application?

It's an iPhone 4S updated to the latest version of iOS.


afaik since iOS 5 there is no longer a Linux Application that supports syncing Music to an iPhone (there used to be GTKpod)

The easiest would be to install WINE and then iTunes I suppose.

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  • There's no place I can just drop my MP3 files on the phone, then let the music app scan? ...like every other phone? – Sajan Parikh Mar 11 '14 at 19:08
  • No, the music app can't scan for files. It's made to be used in conjunction with iTunes – Kevin Grabher Mar 11 '14 at 19:13

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