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delwhjr

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Posted: 12/20/20 10:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you have a Best Buy near you, see if they have the Samsung reps available. The rep will take you through the change and will also update the phone with latest software.


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It sound like all your music is already on a computer load from CD’s. I had a similar problem loading my music on an IPod. Took the computer and IPod to a local computer guy and paid him to do it. A few days later and maybe $40, it was done. If not all your music is on the computer or CD’s, you have a problem I cannot help you with.


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Just went through this myself. I like Muzio although it's a little more clunky than Google play. You do have to download your music to your phone first. My biggest complaint is the inability to buy music. If I use Shazam or hear a song I like I used to be able to buy it. I haven't found an app yet that allows me to do it. What platforms allow you to search and buy music now? Seems inhibitive to the artists selling music.


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Get all your music on your phone. Then get the Omnia Music Player app. Best app for playing your music.


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I also use free Muzio music app on my Android and it is great replacement for Google Play Music IMHO. You can easily create playlist on Muzio. I buy my music from Amazon Prime Music for .99 cents or 1.29 per song. Works well for me. Cheers

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garym114 wrote:

Get all your music on your phone. Then get the Omnia Music Player app. Best app for playing your music.


easier said than done. I have about 750MBV of music in MP3 format, hardly easy to put on a phone.

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ktmrfs wrote:

garym114 wrote:

Get all your music on your phone. Then get the Omnia Music Player app. Best app for playing your music.


easier said than done. I have about 750MB of music in MP3 format, hardly easy to put on a phone.


While that may be a lot of music files, no excuse for taking the lazy approach with the cloud junk..

You CAN get a portable Hard drives with builtin wifi hotspot and it will act like your own personal PRIVATE cloud..

1TB NAS Wifi external HD

and I highly doubt you would really need access to 100% of ALL of your music files, do what any other person would do, just copy SOME of the music that you are interested in listening to to your phone..

Then when you get bored, replace with other music from your library..

I keep only 2-4 gig of music on a 32gig USB stick for my vehicle, 2,000 or so songs.. Takes months to get through..

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Gdetrailer wrote:

ktmrfs wrote:

garym114 wrote:

Get all your music on your phone. Then get the Omnia Music Player app. Best app for playing your music.


easier said than done. I have about 750MB of music in MP3 format, hardly easy to put on a phone.


While that may be a lot of music files, no excuse for taking the lazy approach with the cloud junk..

You CAN get a portable Hard drives with builtin wifi hotspot and it will act like your own personal PRIVATE cloud..

1TB NAS Wifi external HD

and I highly doubt you would really need access to 100% of ALL of your music files, do what any other person would do, just copy SOME of the music that you are interested in listening to to your phone..

Then when you get bored, replace with other music from your library..

I keep only 2-4 gig of music on a 32gig USB stick for my vehicle, 2,000 or so songs.. Takes months to get through..


I find it much easier to have uploaded all my music to google play, course now it is on utube, but it's all there and accesible. And in the car I have all my music on the HD in the car audio system or on an ipod via usb to the car.

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For a quality app, may I suggest Neutron Music Player.

Playback capability at 64 bit, 44.1 khz, 320 kbps mpeg files with their 60 band equalizer and preamp can actually make tinny sounding lousy Bluetooth speakers sing highs and big bass lows. That's the good news. The bad news: no manual or guide; gotta figure it out yourself. So if you are not an audiophile, then stick with Amazon (16 bit) or Google/YouTube PIG hog apps.

It works great on my Samsung smartphone, even with version 6.0 Marshmallow.

There is a free evaluation version that will let you feel and touch, but here is the bonus, I had Amazon Prime music app on my smartphone with about 2800 songs and it sucked up almost all of my 50g SD card, now with Neutron 3k+ songs sucks up only 27g. And these are files I downloaded from my music CDs, at 320 kbps rate (64 bit playback rate, not the inferior 16 bits).

Like I said, if you ARE NOT AN AUDIOPHILE, then please ignore this recommendation. But if you want to boost the high and low frequencies of your affordable speakers, then give it a spin.

There is a Windows 10 version, but I don't use my laptop to play music or games, just biz. And yes, this app supports up to 8 channels (speakers), eat that Jeff Bezos with your limit of just 2 channels!.

https://neutroncode.com/apps/player

Enjoy music in high fidelity, I do!

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As a free Amazon Music user, I like to listen to the music online and offline. But to enjoy Amazon Music offline, it needs to be the paid user. Luckily, I got a tool DRmare Amazon Music Downloader to get Amazon Music for offline listening.

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