How to Add Music to Android on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
Android smartphone is a great platform for mobile communication, but it's also designed to offer a rich multimedia experience. For music lovers, their portable Android mobile phones are a good choice of music player. Like iPod, you can add your favorite songs or music to Android devices for more convenient on the go. So if you have an Android phone, it's no doubt a good idea to listen to music on it anytime and anywhere, without carrying any other music device. Well, how to transfer your favorite music collections to Android and play music on Anroid phone?
It's easy for Windows users to add music to Anroid phone, for there are many music apps to manage their Android music on Windows platform, while few on Mac computers. So things become a bit tricky for Mac users to copy music on Anroid phones. Don't despair. In this article, I'll share a relible way to add music to Android and manage music on Android phones on the basis of Mac platform.
The method is very simple. You need to use your Android device as a Mac's disk drive, and then copy the music files you want into Android phone's SD card. But note that the music files must be in the format that Android phone understands, or the files will fail to be detected by its built-in music player after transfer. Nowadays, all Android phones can play MP3 music and any popular music format.
Note: If the audio files are incompatible with your Android phone and you need convert them to Android-supported audio formats, you can use the Video Converter for Mac and select MP3 as the output format.
Ok, just follow me to copy the compatible music to Android on Mac.
Step 1: Set the Android phone
On your Android phone, you need press Home>Setting >Applications>Development, and then tick the USB debugging, Stay awake, Allow mock location options.
Step 2: Connect Android to Mac
Plug Android phone into Mac via cable. Slide down the Notifications panel on the top of screen with your finger to click USB connected, and then choose the USB debugging connected>Mount.
Step 3: Copy music to Android (MP3 to Android)
Now, you need to transfer the original or converted MP3 music, or other Android-supported audio files to Android phone. On your Mac, you can go to Finder>Devices, where you can find and open your Android disk drive. Then simply drag and drop music to your Android smartphone from Mac. Also, you can delete music on Android here.