Droid Music Folder.. where is it?

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  1. WinePress.US

    WinePress.US New Member

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    I am wanting to copy my songs, folders, etc all to my droid. I have the USB cable connected and "mounted" the droid. I don't know which folder to upload my music to..

    Does anyone know? thanks so much for your assistance. Folders currently on the droid:

    dcim
    download
    HeroCraft
    Lost.dir
    mms
    twc-cache
    cellebrite
    mms_oom_hpro...
     
  2. Bimmerjo

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    Make one called "Music" and put them all in that.
     
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    Yah, it sounds silly but there's no "default" music folder -- make one for yourself. I made a folder called "Media" in which I have further folders for music, videos, and games.
     
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    You should have a folder called "com". Open it there is another folder called "mabilo" you should be able to play your songs from there. It worked for me I even copied some Itune songs and they worked.
     
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    The droid doesn't care where the music is. It will play it anywhere on the card.
     
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    Ok, this is totally off-topic, but Bimmerjo, your sig has a pic of my most favorite BMW ever made!

    Friend of mine had a 1984 635csi, and it was just such an awesome car... (I think it was an '84 model -- not 100% sure... But close to that year, anyway...)

    Then some @$$hole ran a red-light and T-boned it... (No one was hurt, thank God.) But man, that was such a sad sight to see... That beautiful car totalled... *cry*
     
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    yeah i just created a folder since i didnt know where to put it. anywhere will work i believe :)
     
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    Same thing for Ringtones, Notifications, Wallpapers
     
  9. apeshitninja

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    Its a google OS.... it will search your SD card and find music to play, put it anywhere ;)
     
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    Where to put music ..

    As others have noted, the SD card is searched for media files in all directories by the music player EXCEPT "Ringtones" .

    This makes Ringtones a handy place to put media that you dont want to pop up in shuffle play ... like audiobooks...

    A podcast directory may be another similar location but I have not really tested it .. But I dont remember Car Talk popping in on shuffle play.

    Happy Day

    Lee
     
  11. Vulcan1600

    Vulcan1600 Super Moderator
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    I also read somewhere a few weeks ago it has to say "ringtones" and not "Ringtones" (lower case "R"). I did that when I transferred all my ringtones over from my Storm and the Droid finds my ringtones fine.
     
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    My folder structure says Media\Ringtones and it finds them fine.
     
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