This post will demonstrate how to download and transfer songs from Audiomack to your phone; however, only Android users can use this method. Find out more!
One of the top music streaming applications, Audiomack is incredibly well-liked and available for both Android and iOS. This program allows you to stream music both online and offline, and one of its most well-known features is the ability to download songs for offline listening.
Although Audiomack doesn’t automatically save downloaded songs to your device, there is a way to do it, and I’ll be showing you a tutorial on it. However, sometimes one wants more than just listening to any downloaded songs directly from the app; at times you might want to share the downloaded song with a friend or move it to another device.
In this article, there are too many limitations on Apple iPhones to allow this strategy to work on them. I’ll walk you through downloading songs from Audiomack to your phone and transferring them there.
STEP BY STEPS ON HOW TO GET STARTED
Step 1: Open the Audiomack application.
Open the Audiomack app on your Android device, then navigate to the Offline area on the main screen. You can only access music files that have been downloaded for offline mode, or songs that you have downloaded to play without an internet connection, in order to complete this operation on Audiomack. To find “Offline” tracks, follow these directions: Activate Audiomack >> Access My Library and choose Offline.
Step 2: Arrange songs in accordance with the song you wish to transfer.
Depending on the music you wish to download to your phone, you can switch the sort from Newest (which is the usual setting) to Oldest after you’ve entered the Offline section. Use Oldest for tracks you downloaded a long time ago, and leave Newest selected for brand-new tunes.
Step 3: Open the X-plore File Management App or File Manager.
Open the X-plore File Management app now, then head to Internal Storage on your phone. Go to SD Card Storage if you have an SD Card on your device and prefer to store programs and files there.
Step 4: Find the audiomack file directory
Once the Internal Storage has been accessed, go to Android >> Data >> com.audiomack.
Note: Due to restrictions put on those directories, users of handsets running Android versions earlier than Android 11 may notice that their Android >> Data folder is empty (see screenshot below).
You will therefore be required to provide the X-plore folder a one-time access to the Data folder before utilizing it.
Step 6: Set the file extensions of each to.mp3.
When you open the Audiomack folder, you’ll see a different list of strange files; if you want to move all the files there, you must rename each file extension to.mp3. Make sure all of your songs on Audiomack are properly organized; this will help you identify the song you’re renaming from the X-plore File Manager app. Right-click Rename after holding down a single file while you wait to view the choices window. Change the last file extension to.mp3 and use whatever name you like or the song’s name.
Step 7: Transfer tracks to the folder of your choice.
Once you’ve done that for all of the files there, you can move the songs to the chosen folder location on your phone and play them using the native music player app.
Please take note that, unless you re-download them, the songs you transfer from your AUDIOMACK will no longer be available on the app.
You should have no trouble downloading and transferring songs from Audiomack to your Android device if the aforementioned instructions were followed exactly. Please leave a comment if you have any questions or have any difficulties when attempting to download songs from audiomack to your phone. I sincerely hope you find the information to be extremely helpful.