Transfer music files over to your Motorola Droid 4 and enjoy your music wherever you go.
Before starting these steps, you may have to download and install the Motorola USB Drivers (Windows only).
1. Connect the device to the computer using the included USB cable.
2. Slide the notification area down by dragging it from the top of the home screen.
3. Tap USB Connection.
5. The Droid 4 will mount to your computer as a removable disk. You can access it under Computer/My Computer in Windows, or on the Finder in Mac OS X.
6. For organizational purposes, create a folder named “Music” within the removable disk . (optional step)
7. Now you’re ready to drag and drop any compatible music files over to the Music folder. The Droid 4 supports non-DRM MP3, AAC, AAC+, WAV, WMA, eAAC+, AMR, and MIDI files.
If you use iTunes, you can drag music files directly from the iTunes window over to the removable disk.
Windows Media Player users can select the Sync tab and drag music over to the sync list. Selecting Start sync will automatically copy music in the list to the device.
8. Once you have finished transferring files, be sure to properly eject the removable disk.
Your music should now appear within the Music app on your Motorola Droid 4.