When I first got my phone, I just used the software from Mototrola to sync my music on to my phone (I use Google Play for music). I've now found out how you can just download it straight from the Google Play website and on to your phone.
I use Google Play to store all my music on the cloud. I buy it all through Google Play so it's stored instantly. But I also use the Google Play Music Manager to download all my music. I'm getting a 64 GB SD card on Friday and was wondering if I should even be downloading the music through Google Play since I sideload all the content?
A few days ago, all of my music was in Google Play music with a couple of Playlists to boot. One day, all of the music is playing normally through Google Play Music. A couple of days later, all of the music disappeared from Google Play music.
I like the idea of Google Play Music, especially the part that lets it upload any new music I add to my computer library. I know I can make the music available on my N7 for offline play. I don't like the Google Play Music player. I tried to adjust the volume, but I guess the only way to do that is to use the volume control on the tablet itself.
You might be thinking, doesn’t Google Play Music already stream my own music back to me? Yes it does but now it does it in a way that has a few hidden bonuses. Not only does matching the music in your collection with music in Google’s library mean all of your music will be played back at 320 kbps, it also eliminates the need for the long upload process.
I just got my Nexus 5 + KitKat and I tryed using the SW2, and everything seems ok, except the Music player as each time I try opening the app on the watch or starting playing music (with Google Music) on the phone, the Smart Music app force closed.
Google Play Music has been updated and given some features that I had no idea it didn’t even have. The official version is 5.0.1041J and includes:
* Added option to delete tracks
* Can share song and add to playlist from Now Playing screen
* Remove from My Library now supported
For some reason I always thought the ability to delete tracks has always been there.