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?
I am trying to move my downloaded music to my sd card... I was able to do so but play music never recognised the songs were there. I tried moving the music back and still can't see my music in the play music app... Please help... I am rooted (big thank you to AF!) It took the first attempt at it on my HP Slate 7...
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.
Hey everyone. I just bought an SD card for my note 3. I use Google play to download/listen to music. I switched the default location to the SD card so I can keep all of media on the SD card. I wanted to use doubletwist to play music since it has a more intuitive interface for listening to music. However, doubletwist said it can not pull music from the SD card.
I would like to transfer some music from my computer to my Galaxy S5's microSD card. I connected via USB and Windows sees the Card device. I navigated to Card > Android > Data > com.google.android.music > files > music and put my music folders in there. However, when I open the Google Player app and change it to "on device" nothing shows up. Why is this?