Audiomack is a very popular music streaming app on Android and iOS and it’s known to be one of the best music streaming apps. This app lets you stream music online and offline and one of the features it’s known for is that you can download music and play them offline.
But sometimes one wants more than just listening to any downloaded songs directly from the app, at times you might want to share the downloaded song with a friend or move it to another device, and while Audiomack doesn’t automatically save downloaded songs to your device, there’s a way you can transfer them to your phone and I’ll be showing you a tutorial on it.
In this article on Naijaknowhow, I’ll be showing you how to download and transfer songs from Audiomack to your phone, this method only works for Android users, there are too many restrictions on Apple iPhones so this method can only be applied on Android devices only.
How to Transfer Songs From Audiomack to Phone
This tutorial is actually very easy and it doesn’t require much, you’ll be needing an extra application to make this work. Before we proceed, make sure you have installed Audiomack on your Android device and you must have downloaded songs on the app, one more application we’ll be using is the X-plore app on Android which can be downloaded from Google Play Store. That said, let’s jump right in!
Step 1: Launch the Audiomack app
Launch the Audiomack app from your Android device, then on the home screen, switch to the Offline section. To properly carry out this task on Audiomack, you can only access music files that have been downloaded for offline mode, in essence, these are songs you’ve downloaded to play without an internet connection. Follow the path to locate ‘Offline’ songs: Open Audiomack >> Go to My Library >> Select Offline.
Step 2: Sort songs depending on the song you want to transfer
Once you’ve opened the Offline section, you can then toggle the sort from Newest (by default, this is set to Newest) to Oldest depending on the song you want to transfer to your phone. If there are songs you downloaded a long time ago, use Oldest then if it’s a new song, leave it at Newest.
Step 3: Launch File Manager or X-plore File Manager App
Now, launch the X-plore File Manager app on your phone, then go to your Internal Storage. If you’re using an SD Card on your device and that’s your preferred storage for apps and files, then go to SD Card Storage.
Step 4: Locate the audiomack file directory
Once you’ve opened the Internal Storage, now locate Android >> Data >> com.audiomack.
Note: For those using smartphones with operating systems not later than Android 11, you will notice that your Android >> Data folder is empty, this is because of the restrictions placed on those folders (see screenshot below).
So when using the X-plore folder, you’ll be prompted to give it one-time access to use the Data folder.
Step 5: Locate songs in the audiomack folder
Once you’ve clicked on the com.audiomack folder, now you’ll need to click on Files, then click on the second folder named Audiomack, this is where you’ll find all the songs you’ve downloaded on the Audiomack app, but it won’t appear in a familiar file type, so move on to the next step.
Step 6: Rename each file extension to .mp3
You’ll see a different list of unfamiliar files when you open the Audiomack folder and if you want to transfer all the files there, you’ll need to rename each file extension to .mp3, make sure all your songs on Audiomack are sorted out properly, this will give you an idea of the song you’re renaming from the X-plore File Manager app.
Now press and hold a single file until you see the options panel, then click on Rename. You can use any name you want or the name of the song, then change the last file extension to .mp3
Step 7: Move songs to your preferred folder
You can do that for the rest of the files there, then once you have renamed it all, you can now move the songs to your desired folder location on your phone and play them with your local music player app.
Note: That the songs you transfer from your Audiomack will not be present on the app anymore unless you re-download them.
If you followed the above steps correctly, you’ll be able to download and transfer songs from Audiomack to your Android device without any delay. I hope you find the article very helpful and don’t forget to leave a comment if you’re facing any issues when trying to transfer songs from audiomack to your phone.