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How to Move Amazon Music to SD Card for Offline Listening

Posted by Adam Gorden on Apr. 21, 2021 6:18 PM • Category: Record Audio
4 mins read

Boasting a humongous collection of 70 million songs and being available in more than 40 countries around the world, Amazon Music is becoming the first choice of streaming music services for many people with an irresistible trend. While most users tend to enjoy Amazon Music with their smartphones, problems inevitably emerge with those whose memory of the phone is limited. To solve the problem, many people choose to insert a large-capacity SD card into their smartphones or other mobile devices.

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However, the operation to move Amazon Prime Music to SD card is not as easy as you imagined. To help resolve the confusion, here in this passage, we're going to elaborate on two methods about how to move Amazon Music to SD card.

Part 1. Conventional Method to Download Amazon Music to SD Card

If you are Amazon Music subscribers, you can directly download Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music to supported devices at ease. You just need to change the storage path from default folder to your SD Card. Here are the detailed steps for you.

Step 1. Launch Amazon Music app, and click "My Music" on the bottom menu

Step 2. Scroll down to select "Settings" and then tap Storage

Step 3. Click "Save to" to change the saving destination as SD card

Note: Only devices with SD cards support direct downloads.

Once you've changed the path, it will remain to save the music tracks to the SD card automatically next time.

Part 2. A Better Way to Save Amazon Music to SD Card

Due to the copyright restriction, even if we've downloaded the Amazon Music tracks to our SD card, we're not allowed to enjoy them once we cancelled our subscription. To some extent, we only own the right to listen to Amazon Music tracks temporarily. Now the question comes is it feasible to download real Amazon Music tracks to SD card?

Absolutely, you can achieve this with a third-party tool. Here I'd like to highly recommend you a powerful sound recorder-TunesKit Audio Capture, specialized to grab any kinds of audio that your computer's soundcard outputs, including streaming music, movie soundtracks, etc. with lossless audio quality. Follow the steps below, you can own the audio tracks forever.

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Step 1. Install and Launch TunesKit Audio Capture

Open the program, and you'll see a few numbers of programs such as Safari, Google Chrome, iTunes, etc. displaying on its main interface. You can either choose to access to the website of Amazon Music or just click the big plus + to add the app of Amazon Music.

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Step 2. Customize your output audio preferences

Click the Format button in the lower right corner next to the Converted button and set your output audio parameters as you need. The program enables you to set common output formats including MP3, WAV, AAC, M4A, M4B and FLAC now. What's more, you are able to adjust the codec, sample rate, bit rate, etc. to personalize the output audio quality. If you want to set the output path, you should click the top menu > Prerferences to change the default folder.

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Step 3. Start to capture Amazon Music tracks

Now go back to Amazon website or Amazon application and just locate the songs you'd like to download. Play the tracks and you'll find a new recording task being created in the capture list of TunesKit Audio Capture. The smart recorder supports recording several tracks at the same time. To stop recording, you just need to stop playing the music and close the program.

After that, you can edit the records and manage the ID3 tags as you need. Then just click the Save button to export the converted Amazon Music tracks to the folder you specified in step 3.

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Step 4. Move recorded Amazon Music tracks

Insert your SD card into the card reader and plug it to a USB port of your computer. Then you're able to transfer the converted Amazon Music tracks simply by copying in the specified folder and pasting on the folder of SD card.

Once the Amazon Music songs and playlists have been successfully transferred to your SD card, you're able to enjoy them on any of your mobile device forever even if they have a small storage memory.

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