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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy S3' started by iZIGGA, May 18, 2013.
I need to transfer music from one app to another what app or process would i use?
...what do you mean app to app? If the music is on your phone it should work with any music player app out there automatically.
i moved it to my external sd card
Ok, so then in each app's settings there should be an option to select where it finds its music. These days a lot of apps even have auto scanners that check your phone and SD card. I recommend Poweramp if you don't already use one!
Both PowerAmp and JetAudio will locate your music on the SD card without a problem.
Nice i will give it a try
I located it but i still want to move it to save space
Install AirDroid and move move move. Easy to use and free.
Okay maybe im slow i cant figure it out
With AirDroid, (or WiFi File Transfer and some others) you execute the app on your device then open a browser on your PC and input the numbers that are displayed. Then you "should" have access to your Android storage and should be able to use the file manager to move items around or to and from your PC. You could actually do the same with something like ES File Explorer directly on your device but that is a little more complicated.
What if im doing it all on my galaxy s3
Just use the Myfiles app on the S3. Navigate to the directory where you put your Music. Hit the menu button and select move. Select all the files you want moved. Hit the check symbol. Go to the directory you want to place the music and hit paste. Done.
Tapped from a Synergized VZW S3