Transfer music files from your computer to your Galaxy phone
Did you spend weeks downloading music to your computer, only to have the files sit there unused? There are a few easy ways to transfer your precious music files right to your Galaxy phone or tablet, so you’ll have every song right when you need it. Plus, you can transfer files from a Windows PC, a Mac, or even a Chromebook.
Information provided applies to devices sold in Canada. Available screens and settings may vary for smartphones sold in other countries. Purchased music that is protected by DRM may not be compatible with your Galaxy device.
You can transfer music files from your Windows PC to your Galaxy device by connecting the two devices.
Using a USB cable, connect your phone or tablet to your PC. You will see a notification on your PC; select this and then choose the option for transferring your music files. From there, you can transfer over your desired song files.
You can also use Windows Explorer to drag and drop your music files to your Galaxy device.
If your music files are on a Mac, you can easily copy them to your device using Android File Transfer and a USB cable.
To transfer files from your Chromebook to your phone or tablet, you will need to connect the devices with a USB cable.
Start by connecting your Galaxy device to your Chromebook. The Files app will open on your Chromebook, and then you can begin dragging your files to your phone or tablet.
If you have made previous backups on your computer using an older phone or tablet, you can easily transfer your old music files using Smart Switch.
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