Copy Music to Motorola Droid

You can copy and listen to music on your Motorola Droid using an SD Card. Here’s how to get started.

1. Insert an SD Card into the device.

2. Attach the Droid to your computer with the USB cable.

3. Open the Notifications panel at the top of the screen by sliding it down with your finger.

4. Tap USB connected.

5. Tap Turn on USB storage.

6. On the computer, open the drive that represents your device. It should be in My Computer/Computer for Windows users.

7. Make a folder named Music.

8. Copy the music files over to the Music folder. Supported formats are:

  • MP3
  • M4A (iTunes application AAC, DRM-free only)
  • AMR
  • WMA (8)
  • MIDI
  • WAV
  • OGG Vorbis

9. After copying music, eject the drive.

Now you can use the Music application to play your music files.

Droid Music app

 

Comments

  1. Jimmy says

    Ok… this is all crap. Nothing will work on Driod 2.2 – the stock music player is useless. Alex is right, download something else.

  2. Ronnell says

    It only worked for the sounds I recorded on my phone. I couldn’t find the two other files on my phone. they are in the folder on the computer but not my phone I have an Motorola i1.

  3. Ronnell says

    I foloowed these steps and it worked for what I recorded with my sound recorder but not for two mixtapes I downloaded from Datpiff

  4. Mickey says

    Thanks Alex Racano, I suggest people do what Alex Racano’s comment said. I was able to just pull up any song i wanted on my phone right there for free, and listen to it right away using the iMusic app.

  5. Alex Racano says

    guys really? all you need to do is download the app
    i Music. any mp3 on the internet. alot easier:P

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