Part 1: How to Transfer Files from Android SD Card to PC with SD Card to Computer Transfer. The first one is a one-step transfer tool - Samsung Messages Backup.It can copy an Android SD card to a PC with USB and Wi-Fi, and support diverse file types, including photos, documents, videos, music, etc. As Google realised an app called Google play which is a rival for Spotify and other music apps they made sure that only theirs music can be stored on sd. So the solution is resign from Spotify and buy Google play subscription which will allow you to store music from Google play ( which worked identically to Spotify) on your sd card.
Yesterday's update of Google Play Music for Android (v5.3.1316M) added external SD card support for offline music. Users who have an Android device with an SD card slot will now be able free up their device's internal storage by saving offline music files onto an external card.
The feature is only available on KitKat for now, with 'experimental support on some older devices.' If you have one of those devices, such as the Galaxy S4, here's how to change the offline storage location to your external card:
Go to Google Play Music's settings, then under Downloading, tap on 'Storage location.' Choose the external card as your new storage location.
Immediately following your selection, any offline music files you had saved on your internal storage will be transferred to the external card. Any new music you download for offline use will also be saved to the card automatically. If you're curious, the files are located at Androiddatacom.google.android.music/files/music folder.
I have a new LG G3 and I want to listen to music that is saved on my SD card. How do you do this?
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Your phone should have a built in app (Google Music, Music or such) for music playback and they usually auto-detect any music on your phone (in any folders you can access). Keep in mind that there is no 'best' app out there - they all have flaws like not having 100% effective bluetooth control or consuming more battery with equalizer.
I've tried some of the most popular ones, but returned to default one, because of lack of bluetooth forward/rewind support on most players.
Default music app (whatever it might be on your device) is usually gives you everything most users would need.
Winamp (unfortunatelly no longer on google play) boasted a good equalizer, but quite frankly it doesn't compare to n7.
n7 Player is somewhat uniquely designed and has decent equalizer options, but equalizer produces delay between action (like song switch) and playback.Also it seems to somewhat increase battery consumption.
double twist player has a lot various expansions and online functionality however, most of those features aren't free.
Poweramp Player I've been reminded of this one in the comments. It did not catch my attention, however, at the time I was checking out it WAS one of the highest rated ones.
Rocket Player I haven't tried this one. However seeing as it is free and has decent ratings it might be worth checking out.As for the playback, if you have music on your sd card, open up your music app and the music should be there.
If there is something preventing you from listening to your music please specify it.
There are two ways to do it. The first method is to connect the SD card to a computer and dump the music in. From there you can use any app that supports audio files. The other method is only if you have music in your Google Play library. You can add music by purchasing or by uploading to your music library. Once you have done either (or both, whatever), go into the Google Play Music app on your phone, tap settings and click storage location. From there set it to external (when you have inserted the SD card into your phone). Once you have done that select what album you want to download and hit the download button, which is an arrow pointing downwards, hitting a vertical line.
If you are taking about microSD, the pop them into the card slot and the let Google Music or other software as mentioned by @zero discover. If its SD card, then you should use a card read to connect SD to a PC and then copy them into your phone.