03-29-2015 05:21 PM
1. First of all I have read the "help" section in the Google music player and either I am clueless or its not there what I am looking for. I come from the old school way of playing music, pop a CD in and press play!!!! Lol.......

Someone please break it down for me.
Basically what I am wanting to know is.

when I add a song to "my Libary" where is it stored?

When I buy a song I know it is stored to the devices but when I play it is it using data? And is data consumption the same as streaming?

320kb per minute for a song so roughly 8 hrs of music consumes a GB according to my calculations....
03-29-2015 08:57 AM

Current devices - T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4, Surface Pro 3 Core I5, and Nexus 9

Past Devices - Phones: Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, HTC Incredible, HTC EVO 4G, HTC EVO, HTC Hero, Motorola Photon.

Tablets: Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 7 (2012), Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Windows 8.1, Dell Venue 8, Galaxy Tab Pro, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note 8, Kindle Fire HD 8.4, Kindle Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire, iPad 2, iPad 1, Nook HD, Nook.
03-29-2015 09:08 AM
3. You can use GoogleMusic to store upto 20k songs online and access them via the internet service. If you put the math together you will see that 1024kb is 1MB, 1024MB is 1GB, and so on. So 320kb per minute x 60 minutes = 19,200kb divided by 1024 = 18.75MB per hour and 18.75MB x 8 hours = 150MB. I could be completely wrong, but that is what I would think is the math.
03-29-2015 09:18 AM
4. You can use GoogleMusic to store upto 20k songs online and access them via the internet service. If you put the math together you will see that 1024kb is 1MB, 1024MB is 1GB, and so on. So 320kb per minute x 60 minutes = 19,200kb divided by 1024 = 18.75MB per hour and 18.75MB x 8 hours = 150MB. I could be completely wrong, but that is what I would think is the math.
I thought songs where 320kb per minute using google play,Spotify and 64kb for Pandora according to what I read...
03-29-2015 09:30 AM

Current devices - T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4, Surface Pro 3 Core I5, and Nexus 9

Past Devices - Phones: Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, HTC Incredible, HTC EVO 4G, HTC EVO, HTC Hero, Motorola Photon.

Tablets: Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 7 (2012), Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Windows 8.1, Dell Venue 8, Galaxy Tab Pro, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note 8, Kindle Fire HD 8.4, Kindle Fire HD 7, Kindle Fire, iPad 2, iPad 1, Nook HD, Nook.
OK... That makes sense to me......