Learn how to move music to an SD card on your Samsung Galaxy S5. This process is quick and easy to follow.
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How to move music to an SD card on a Galaxy S5
Instructions for moving music to an SD card on a Galaxy S5.
1. Connect your Galaxy S5 to your computer using the USB cable that came with your phone.
2. On your Galaxy S5, open the Music app and tap the three dots in the top right corner.
3.Tap Settings, then tap Storage location.
4. Tap SD card, then tap Done.
5. Disconnect your Galaxy S5 from your computer and open the Google Play Music app on your phone.
6. Tap the three lines in the top left corner and tap Settings.
7. Tap Download Location and select SD card under Default location for downloaded songs and albums.
8 That’s it! All of your music will now be downloaded to your SD card automatically when you add new songs or albums to your library
How to use an SD card on a Galaxy S5
Most Android phones and tablets support SD cards. You can use an SD card to store music, pictures, and videos on your Galaxy S5. Here’s how to move music to an SD card on a Galaxy S5:
1. Connect the Galaxy S5 to your computer using the USB cable.
2. Select “Media device (MTP)” from the notification that appears.
3. Find the “Music” folder on your Galaxy S5 and open it.
4. Select the files you want to transfer and drag them to the SD card folder on your computer.
How to format an SD card on a Galaxy S5
If you have a Galaxy S5, you may need to format an SD card so that it can be read by your phone. Here’s how:
1. From the home screen, tap the Apps icon.
2. Tap Settings.
3. Tap the Storage icon.
4. Tap the Format button next to “SD card.”
5. Tap “Format SD card.”
6. Tap “Erase & Format” to confirm.
How to store music on an SD card on a Galaxy S5
If your Samsung Galaxy S5 has an SD card, you can store music on it for playback on your phone. You can move music files from your computer to the card by connecting your phone to the computer and using the included USB cable. Or, you can download music directly to the card from the Internet.
To store music files on an SD card on a Galaxy S5:
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the included USB cable.
2. On your computer, open My Computer and find the SD card drive.
3. Drag and drop music files from your computer onto the SD card drive.
4. Eject the SD card from your computer and insert it into your phone.
5. Open the Music app on your phone and tap the Menu icon (three dots).
6. Tap Settings and tap Storage location.
7. Tap External memory to select your SD card as the storage location for music files.
How to transfer music from an SD card to a Galaxy S5
If you have music files stored on an SD card, you can transfer them to your Galaxy S5 to play them. To do this, you’ll need to use a file manager app. There are a few different file manager apps available, but we recommend using Samsung’s My Files app.
1. Open the My Files app.
2. Tap on “SD memory card.”
3. Find the music file you want to transfer, then tap and hold on it to select it.
4. Tap the “Menu” icon (three dots), then tap “Copy.”
5. Navigate to the location on your Galaxy S5 where you want to copy the file, then tap “Paste.”
How to copy music from an SD card to a Galaxy S5
To move music from an SD card to a Galaxy S5, you’ll first need to copy the music files onto your computer. Once the files are on your computer, you can then transfer them to your phone using a USB cable.
To copy the files onto your computer, you’ll need a microSD card reader. This is a small device that plugs into your computer’s USB port and allows you to access the files on your SD card. You can usually find these at electronics stores or online.
Once you have the card reader, insert your SD card into it and then plug it into your computer’s USB port. Your computer should now recognize the SD card and show it as a drive in My Computer.
Open the SD drive and copy the music files onto your computer’s hard drive. Once the transfer is complete, unplug the card reader from your computer and then remove the SD card.
Now insert the SD card into your Galaxy S5 and open the Music app. Tap the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen and select “Settings.” Scroll down and tap “Storage.”
Tap “Default location” and select “SD card.” Tap “Done” to save your changes. The Music app will now look for music files on both your phone’s internal storage and on the SD card.
How to move an SD card to a Galaxy S5
Most Android phones and tablets come with an SD card slot where you can insert an SD card to expand the storage space on your device. If you have a Galaxy S5, you may want to move your music files to the SD card to save space on your phone’s internal storage.
Here’s how to move music to an SD card on a Galaxy S5:
1. Open the Music Player app.
2. Tap the three dots in the top-right corner of the screen and select “Settings.”
3. Select “Storage.”
4. Tap “Choose Storage.”
5. Select “SD Card.”
6. Tap “Done.”
7. Your music will now be stored on your SD card.
How to use an SD card as internal storage on a Galaxy S5
There are a few different ways that you can use an SD card on your Galaxy S5. One way is to use the SD card as Portable Storage, which is the default setting. This means that the SD card will be used for storing media files and will not be used for app data or other types of files.
How to set up an SD card on a Galaxy S5
Most Android phones let you store apps on the SD card, but for the Galaxy S5 you’ll need to move your music and photos manually. Here’s how to set up an SD card on a Galaxy S5.
1. First, insert the SD card into the phone.
2. Next, open the Settings app.
3. Select “Storage” from the settings menu.
4. Select “SD card” from the storage menu.
5. select “Format SD card” from the options menu.
6. When prompted, confirm that you want to format the SD card by select “Format”.
How to troubleshoot an SD card on a Galaxy S5
If your Galaxy S5 is having trouble reading or writing to an SD card, there are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the issue.
First, make sure that the SD card is properly inserted into the phone. If it’s not inserted all the way, or if it’s inserted upside down, it won’t work properly.
Next, try restarting your phone. This can sometimes resolve issues with the SD card.
If neither of those solutions works, you can try connecting your phone to a computer and using a tool like Samsung Kies to format the SD card. This will erase all of the data on the card, so be sure to back up anything you want to keep before doing this.
Finally, if none of those solutions work, you may need to replace the SD card.