How to Put Music on Your Droid Turbo

Have a brand new Droid Turbo and don’t know how to put music on it? This guide will show you the easiest way to add music to your Droid Turbo.

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Introduction

If you have a Droid Turbo, you probably want to know how to put music on it. This can be done in a few different ways, and we’ll cover all of them in this article.

You can either use a microSD card, transfer files via USB, or sync your music from your computer using the included Verizon Cloud service. Each method has its own set of pros and cons, so we’ll go through all of them so you can decide which is best for you.

What You’ll Need

In order to put music on your Droid Turbo, you’ll need a few things:
-A computer with an Internet connection
-A USB cable
-The music files you want to transfer (in MP3 or AAC format)

Once you have everything you need, follow the steps below to get your music on your phone.

Transferring Music from Your Computer

There are a few different ways to get music on your Droid Turbo, but the easiest way is to transfer music from your computer. Here’s how to do it:

1. Connect your Droid Turbo to your computer using the supplied USB cable.

2. Open the Droid Turbo File Transfer app on your computer. If you don’t have this app, you can download it here.

3. Find the music files on your computer that you want to transfer.

4. Drag and drop the files into the Droid Turbo File Transfer app window.

5. Disconnect your Droid Turbo from your computer when you’re finished transferring files.

Using an SD Card

If your phone has an SD card slot, you can use it to copy music files from your computer. Connect the phone to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Then, open the device in File Explorer and create a new folder called Music, if one doesn’t already exist. Copy your music files into this folder. Once the files are copied, you can find them in the Music app on your phone.

Downloading Music

The Droid Turbo has built-in support for downloading and playing music files. If you have music files on your computer, you can transfer them to your phone using a USB cable. You can also download music directly from the Internet using the Turbo’s web browser.

To transfer music files from your computer to your phone, connect the phone to your computer using a USB cable. Then, open the “My Computer” or “File Explorer” program on your computer and find the Droid Turbo in the list of devices. Double-click on the phone’s icon to open it, and then double-click on the “Music” folder.

Drag and drop the music files you want to transfer into the “Music” folder. Once the transfer is complete, you can disconnect the phone from your computer. The newly added music files will be available in the “Music” app on your phone.

You can also download music directly onto your Droid Turbo using its built-in web browser. To do this, open the web browser and navigate to a website where you can buy or download music files. Once you find a song or album you want to download, tap on the “Download” button.

When prompted, choose a location on your phone to save the downloaded file. After the download is complete, you can find the file in the “Downloads” folder on your phone. Tap on it to play it back using the default “Music” app.

Streaming Music

Now that you’ve got your Droid Turbo, you might be wondering how to put music on it. Well, streaming music is one option that you have. You can stream music from websites like Pandora or Spotify. You can also download apps that will let you listen to radio stations from all over the world.

Playing Music

The Droid Turbo has built in music player app that lets you play your music files stored on the phone. You can also use the app to play music files stored on an SD card, or stream music from online services.

To start playing music, open the Music app from your home screen or app drawer. Then, tap the “Albums” tab to view your albums, or “Artists” to view your artists.

If you want to play an album or artist, tap it and then tap the “Play” button. To play a specific song, tap it and choose “Play.”

Managing Your Music

Once you’ve copied your music files over to your Droid Turbo, it’s time to start managing them. The first thing you need to do is open up the Music app. To do this, tap on the Apps icon in the launcher, then scroll until you find the Music app and tap on it.

Tips and Tricks

If you’re among the many who now own a Droid Turbo, you may be wondering how to get your music onto the device. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started:

First, connect your Droid Turbo to your computer using the included USB cable. Once connected, open up the “My Computer” or “This PC” folder on your computer and look for a new drive labeled “Android Phone.”

Next, open up the “Android Phone” drive and look for a folder called “Music.” If you don’t see this folder, simply create one by right-clicking anywhere inside of the “Android Phone” drive and choosing “New > Folder.”

Now that you’ve found or created the “Music” folder, you can simply drag and drop any MP3 files from your computer into this folder. Once the transfer is complete, you can access your music by opening up the “Play Music” app on your Droid Turbo.

Conclusion

There are a few ways to get music on your Droid Turbo. You can use the Google Play Music app to purchase and download songs, or you can transfer music from your computer to your phone using a USB cable. If you have an SD card, you can also copy music files onto it and then insert it into your phone. Whichever method you choose, you’ll be enjoying your favorite tunes in no time!

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