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I see that you can send a media file on BlackBerry. Can I do the same thing on Android?

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Yes you can send a mp3 file through WhatsApp in Android.

  • Go to a private chat/group chat where you want to send the mp3 file.
  • Find the clip icon in the top right corner of the chat.

    WhatsApp Attach

  • Tap it and a menu looking like this will pop up.

    WhatsApp Attach menu

  • Choose "Audio" and then choose "Choose Music Track" (Play Music app) or from a third party music app.

  • Choose the track you wish to send and then confirm.
  • The mp3 file will be received (by default) in Internal Storage > WhatsApp > Media > WhatsApp Audio


Alternative Solution #1,

  • Locate the mp3 file you wish to send in a file explorer.
  • Depending on the file explorer, either long-clicking or choosing options will give you a menu with all operations such as cut, copy, rename, details, share (or send).
  • Choose share (or send) and then choose WhatsApp from the pop-up menu.
  • Now choose the contact you wish to send to and confirm.

Alternative solution #2,

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    I only get the 'sound record' and 'record with whatsapp' options – svarog Feb 26 '15 at 6:58
  • Try the alternative solutions. – Vishnuvardhan Kumar Feb 26 '15 at 7:09
  • good enough, although the 2nd solution doesn't really answer the question asked – svarog Feb 26 '15 at 7:14
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    +1 good answer! @svarog The 2nd solution may not address the exact parameters you defined, but remember others will be reading this and in some cases an alternative app / extension may be exactly what that person wants! The more options the better (in my opinion anyway). – RossC Feb 26 '15 at 12:21
  • It's still useful nevertheless, that's why I upvoted the answer – svarog Feb 26 '15 at 12:25
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Go to file manager. Find the mp3 you want to send. Long press on it for 1 second. Then select "Share" option. Then select Whatsapp in the sharelist. That's it. You're done.

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