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MrWizard

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Posted: 02/23/21 01:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

750MB of music, is few hundred mp3 files
A fair number of titles, but not much data to store
Even a cheap prepaid phone or free Obama phone can hold 4 times those numbers, in memory space, without an SD card or usb stick


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MrWizard wrote:

750MB of music, is few hundred mp3 files
A fair number of titles, but not much data to store
Even a cheap prepaid phone or free Obama phone can hold 4 times those numbers, in memory space, without an SD card or usb stick


I typed M when I should have typed G. I have 175 GB of music uploaded to google play. Unless one has a phone with a SD card slot (getting rarer today) kinda hard to have all my music on the phone.

But with youtube music you CAN play the music you uploaded to google play, not as easy as google play but you can play all your music w/o any ads.

you just need to go to google and transfer the music to youtube.


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there are many applications that allow you to listen to music. For example, I like to listen to music on different sites where I can find ***Link Removed*** You can also listen to music on YouTube

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thomasanders wrote:

there are many applications that allow you to listen to music. For example, I like to listen to music on different sites where I can find ***Link Removed*** You can also listen to music on YouTube


an issue with youtube is
You must either have downloaded all your music to the device or have internet access.

I moved all my google play music to youtube, and on my fire tablet also downloaded all the music to the fire. but in my case that takes up over 300GB of storage.

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My wife and I both have Samsung phones. I've put an SD card in both phones and we've each created a Folder named "Media". I then use a program on my computer to convert the tracks on a CD to .mp3 files. I create a subfolder for each album and copy the .mp3 files in to each corresponding folder using a USB cable connected between the phone and the computer. I downloaded Musicolet and use it to create playlists in the phone.


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It’s very simple. If you are a user of streaming music like Amazon Music, you can try to use Tuenlf Amatune Audio Converter to remove the DRM protection of the song, convert and download the song to your local computer, then you can move these music files to any device you like, whether it’s phone or USB or AW.

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Down load Pandora and stream to the phone, free version has ads, paid no ads. You select what you want to hear.


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I started making my own music during the pandemic. I am a big music lover and music inspires me. So during the quarantine I had a lot of free time and I decided to give it a try. I used various programs such as https://www.fortenotation.com/en/blank-s........ff-paper-manuscript-paper-printable-pdf/ because it is very convenient. So, in order to listen to it later, I transfer it to the SD-card via the computer, which I then insert into the phone. In my opinion, this is the most convenient way

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