How do I save tracks to sd card on Android Apple music

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Jun 16, 2017, 9:16:54 AM via Website

I am so glad that Android user can save Apple Music tracks to SD card. But there are still a large number of users don't know how to do that. If you don't know it either, then you can follow the steps here to save Apple Music to SD card:

Step 1. Launch Apple Music and tap menu icon at the upper left corner > click on "Settings".
Step 2. Click "Download Location" option below the "Download on Wi-Fi", then click "Yes" on the pop-up window to select SD card from the list you want to save.
Step 3. Accept the prompt when asked if you want to move all of your currently downloaded music, along with any future music to your SD card.

Finished! Now you can listen to them when you aren't connected to the Internet.

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Apr 3, 2018, 1:35:14 PM via Website

Here, let you another way to save Apple Music to SD card. And then you can switch Apple Music to other devices freely.
The way is using DRmare Apple Music Converter for Mac to remove DRM from Apple Music and convert them to MP3 format. So that you are able to save them to SD card and play on any device.

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Aug 8, 2018, 9:03:20 AM via Website

For this problem, I have an easier method that getting help from a third-party program.

If you intend to batch convert your Apple Music tracks to MP3 format, you can have a try with AudFree DRM Audio Converter, which is a professional software supports to convert Apple Music to MP3 losslessly, and then you can transfer them to your SD card via USB connection.

After transferred it to your SD card's folder, you can freely playback them on offline.

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Dec 29, 2018, 11:32:29 AM via Website

If you intend to Convert Apple Music, you'll need a professional Apple Music Converter. Here I recommend you try Sidify Apple Music Converter to convert m4p files to mp3 losslessly. It supports to batch convert DRM-ed Apple Music tracks to MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV format and then playing them on any device freely.

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