Getting your music from Amazon to the Motorola Droid is not difficult. If you purchased music from Amazon's MP3 Store, then you can download the music to your Android smartphone. First, you will need to install the "Amazon MP3" app from the marketplace. Once installed, you can purchase and sync your purchased MP3s to the device quickly.
Things You'll Need
- Amazon MP3 mobile app for Android
Tap the "Market" icon from the Android applications. Press the "Search" icon and type "amazon mp3" in the search box. Tap the "Go" button.
Touch the "Amazon MP3" app listing. Select "Free," and then tap "Install." The application will download and install on the device automatically.
Go to the Droid home screen, and tap the "Amazon MP3" app. Tap the "Cloud Drive Music" option. Your MP3 songs you purchased from the online site are stored in the Amazon Cloud Drive automatically.
Tap the "Artists" tab. Press and hold an artist name. Select "Download all songs by artist" from the pop-up menu. All music from the selected artist will download to your Droid smart phone. Repeat this step for every artist you have purchased a song for.
Go to the "On-device music" option to view, manage and listen to the MP3 songs on your Droid phone.
Tips & Warnings
- Amazon MP3s purchased directly from the Android phone are downloaded automatically to the device. You can access them from both the "Cloud Drive music" and "On-device music" sections.
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