Than add it to Samsung phone. Manually or Kies.Save music to your computer
Go to Google Play Music.
On the left menu under "Auto playlists," click Free and purchased.
Click Menu Menu > Download next to a song.
You can download a purchased song two times.
Download all purchased songs
You can use Google Play Music Manager to download all of your purchased music to your computer.
Open Google Play Music Manager.
Click Download purchased music.
the only way i could get whole shows on the nexus 5 was to upload the folders to g-drive, THEN download them from there, to phone.. but each track indiviually
won't do on debian linux
Linux has full MTP support.... graphical too.... but you have to have some rather new libraries to do it. I tested it as working perfectly under Fedora 20 and KDE after loading libmtp and a few other things that I now forgot. Debian.. well, is pretty conservative.
I still think MTP is an abomination, however.
In any case, as I previously suggested: https://forums.androidcentral.com/e...s/details?id=com.sand.airdroid&token=GPQacwIr
i've already tried airdroid & ssh server on android, both didn't work; ssh server timed out over & over again, airdroid never connected to my b0x.
your version of libmtp is at 1.1.6?
# rpm -q --all | grep -i mtp
That is on a Fedora 20 laptop at work that just "works" with KDE and Dolphin with MTP devices. Strange that it is a git version of kio_mtp. Anyway, since it worked with kio-mtp in Dolphin, I didn't try any other method (non-gui or non-Dolphin file browser). My main desktop at work is Fedora 17, on that I use Thunar with LXDE, and mtp doesn't work graphically (and never tested it any other way).
At home under Mageia 3 (haven't updated to Mageia 4 yet) it works, but barely and is flaky/unreliable. I think it is the older kio-mtp which makes it unreliable:
$ rpm -q --all | grep -i mtp
Hmm. Also a git version