How to Store Google Play Music on SD Card

If you’re running out of storage on your phone, you can store your Google Play Music on an SD card to free up space. Here’s how to do it.

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Introduction

Google Play Music is a great way to listen to your music on the go, but it can be a bit of a hassle to manage if you have a lot of songs. One way to make it easier is to store your music on an SD card, which will allow you to access it without using up all of your phone’s storage. Here’s how to do it:

What is Google Play Music?

Google Play Music is a streaming app that lets you listen to your music from your phone, tablet, or computer. You can also store your music offline so you can listen without using data. Plus, with a Google Play Music subscription, you get ad-free listening and unlimited skips.

Why store Google Play Music on SD card?

Storing Google Play Music on SD card can save space on your phone’s internal storage, and it can also make it easier to listen to your music offline. If you have an SD card with a lot of space, you can store your entire music collection on it.

There are a few different ways to store Google Play Music on SD card, and which one you choose will depend on how you want to access your music. You can either move your music files to the SD card manually, or you can set the app to store new music offline automatically. Let’s take a look at both methods.

To move Google Play Music files to SD card manually:

1. Open the Google Play Music app and go to the Albums tab.
2. Tap the three dots next to an album or song and select “Keep on device.”
3. Select “SD card” as the location.
4. Repeat steps 2-3 for each album or song that you want to store on SD card.

To set the app to store new music offline automatically:

1. Open the Google Play Music app and go to Settings (found in the side menu).
2. Tap “Storage.”
3. Tap “Change storage location.”
4. Select “SD card” as the location.

How to store Google Play Music on SD card?

If you have an SD card on your phone, you can store your Google Play Music library there to free up space on your phone’s internal storage. Here’s how:

1. Open the Google Play Music app .
2. Tap Menu Settings.
3. Tap Storage location.
4. Tap SD card.

Tips for storing Google Play Music on SD card

If you’re a Google Play Music subscriber, you can download and save your favorite songs and albums to your SD card so you can keep listening even if you’re not connected to the internet. Here are some tips for doing so:

-Make sure your SD card is formatted as FAT32 or exFAT.
-Download songs and albums over Wi-Fi to avoid using up your mobile data allowance.
-You can store up to 50,000 songs on your SD card.
-Songs purchased from Google Play Music are DRM-protected and can only be played on authorized devices.

Conclusion

There are a few things to keep in mind when storing Google Play Music on SD card. First, make sure that the SD card is formatted as FAT32.second, when you download music from Google Play Music, it is automatically stored in the “Music” folder on your SD card. You can change this by going into the “Settings” menu and selecting “Storage.” Once you have found the “Music” folder, you can then move it to the SD card by tapping and holding on the folder, then selecting “Move to SD Card.”

If you want to move existing music files from your device’s internal storage to the SD card, tap and hold on the file, then select “Move to SD Card.” Remember that you can only store music files on the SD card; other types of files (such as video or images) will need to be stored on your device’s internal storage.

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