Change Download Settings Within the Apps
Since I don't have any android smartphone, I don't have any knowledge about it. Is it possible to make the phone to download in the microSD card by default?
It may be up to the application that's doing the download. The uTorrent app allows me to pick my location for downloads on my Nexus 7. But I see no options in Android settings to change the default download location. Maybe rooting would allow for it? Our new Android app, v0. So go grab it from Google Play now. To get this to work the first time you may just have to use the new 'delete cache' option in the settings and relaunch the app.
We're discussing this particular release over here: Yep, it's an issue. Old app used to offer you the option on the log in screen. New app doesn't as yet.
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It's only in beta though so suggestion is to revert to the app from Play and check out the next release hopefully soon. Here's my tip: To set the storage location, first set it using the regular non-preview version of the app to do this, select the option from the Menu when at the login screen. The preview replaces the old version but seems to retain its setting for where to cache files.
So if you had set this to an external SD card, it will continue to use that location. Though it looks like this new version is still giving me the offline problem I had with the old version on my wifi device, so my playlists don't finish downloading in the first place, so I guess this is sort of a moot point.
Now when the new version is live it isn't possible to install the old app and change this setting. Is there a new fix? Or will they release a new version with this feature implemented again?
Why did they remove it in the first place? Really annoying. I agree, it is one of the main reasons to get an android phone: My internal memory is always full and I'd like to fill up my 32gb sd card with my spotify music. Please implement this feature asap! I had the old version set to cache on external, updated via official google play release, but the app didnt start.
It crashed every time I opened it, so I had to delete and reinstal spotify in order for it to work. I just ran into this problem on version 0. Please add the ability to store music on the external sd card back into the app. I think it's some sort of permissions issue. You delete your current app, DL this one, then follow the old Spotify instructions.
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Which does happen. You will need the following instructions. If your phone doesn't have all the steps involved, or any of them don't work for you, then your phone cannot make this change.
Please be sure you start with a blank SD card. It needs to be blank because when the card is converted to "Internal" storage, it will be formatted wiped and encoded making the cards data only readable by that device. Your SD Card will now be formatted as internal storage. Reboot your phone. If you don't reboot the phone, many things may not work correctly, so make sure you do. Be sure you start with a blank SD card.
When the card is converted to "Internal" storage, it will be formatted wiped and encoded making the cards data only readable by that device , so anything on it prior would be gone. At the bottom of the list you should see the SD card's details, including the option to format it and make it "Internal" storage.
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Once this is done, reboot the device and you can start running things from the card. If you don't reboot the phone, some things may not work correctly, so make sure you do the reboot. Thanks for the detailed answer. I have Android 5. I'm not familiar with the name designations, so I'm not sure if my phone qualifies.
In addition, I've already moved all apps to SD, so it would be daunting to re-format the card.