1. AC Question's Avatar
    . I bought a very large screen android phone so I could see it easier. I have downloaded a few apps and everything seems to be working ok. Except that is my music. I have transferred hundreds of songs to my phone but when I try to play them it says "file not supported". This is driving me mad. Can someone please tell me in layman terms how to sort it. I have a 32g sd card in it. I would be eternally grateful for any help, thank you x
    03-02-2016 08:58 AM
  2. galaxyfive's Avatar
    These are the media file formats that Android supports. Your music files for example, should have one of these formats as a suffix. mp3 is a very popular format for audio files, so I would start by installing music in that file format. example: <yourmusicfilename>.mp3

    If you are taking [exporting] music from iTunes try these steps to export the files in a format you can play on Android.
    https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT204310

    It might help to answer your questions better if you can tell us what format your music is in that won't play?



    AAC LC/LTP
    HE-ACCv1
    HE-ACCv2
    AMR-NB
    AMR-WB
    FLAC
    MP3
    MIDI
    Vorbis
    PCM/WAVE
    03-02-2016 09:06 AM

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