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Tips to Transfer Music to Motorola Droid

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10 main steps tricks to transfer music files to your Verizon Motorola Droid please ensure you had downloaded the music and other audio files in your computer, the files only DRM free / unprotected music.

The Motorola Droid is a cellular phone made by Verizon. One of the Motorola Droid’s many capabilities is as a personal music player or MP3 player. The Droid’s beautiful interactive touch screen and the sound clarity join together to provide a superior listening device. Motorola Droid can only play the following file types: MP3, AMR-NB/WB, PCM/WAV, AAC, ACC+, eAAC+, MIDI, WMA, and OGG Vorbis but it can’t play DRM protected music files.

How to transfer music to Motorola Droid:

Step: 1 Connect the data cable into your phone’s data port and the other end into an available USB port on your computer.

Step: 2 From the home screen pull down the window shade (located at the top of the screen).

Step: 3 Touch the “Mount” button/icon on your Droid’s screen.

Step: 4 From File Explorer / Finder on the computer create a new music folder in Removable Disk

Step: 5 Removable Disk represents the SD Card installed in the device.

Step: 6 You can now drag and drop any song you want into the “Removable Device” folder and it will transfer to your Droid.

Step: 7 If you are using an Apple Computer, your Droid phone will show up on the desktop as a new drive.

Step: 8 Drag any music file you want into the “new drive” icon on your desktop to transfer files to your Motorola Droid.

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