Transfer Music from PC to Android via Moborobo
What’s the most economical way to get music for Android phone? From my point of view, by transferring music from PC to Android, you can move the purchased music to Android phone without purchasing once more from the music market. Now, let’s cut up to the chase and see what we can do to transfer music from laptop/desktop computer to Android phone.
Steps to Upload Music from PC to Android
Step 1. Install Moborobo
Download and install Moborobo on your Android phone. Then, simply connect your Android to the computer with USB cable. If it is the first time you connect Android to Moborobo, you will get the interface below asking you to enable USB debugging.
Take Android 4.2 and Android 6.0 for example, you need to go to "Settings" > "About Phone". Tap about 7 times on "Build Number". After that, go back to "Developer Options" and tick "USB debugging" and hit on "OK". Now, you’ve successfully connect your Android phone to the computer. If you use the previous Android operating system, you can check the post: How to connect Android phone to computer.
Step 2. Transfer Songs from Computer to Android
Choose "Music" category from the left panel. Then, hit on "Upload" on the top and you will get a pop up window showing you your file explorer. Find the folders where your Android music locates in. And select all those songs you want. After the selection, hit on "Open" and all the songs will be added in the interface.
Note: As you can see, not only the music name, but also the artist, album, duration and size will be listed in the interface. So that you don’t have to add these ID3 tags to your Android phone manually.
Step 3. Play or Set Ringtones or Notifications
After uploading music from PC to Android, you will see the songs on the interface. You can choose to play any music and hit on "Delete" if you want to delete Android songs in bulk. Moreover, in Moborobo interface, you can set the music as ringtones or notifications with simple clicks. Tap on the dropdown list next to "Set" and choose "Ringtones" or "Notifications" if you want to set music as your ringtone.
That’s it. With these trouble-free steps, you can choose copy songs from PC to Android phones like Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, and more without purchasing in again.
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