I have recently installed Amazon Music, I am a Prime customer. Music from my cloud has downloaded to my device (Galaxy S3) but I want to move it to my SD card. I cannot find the music files anywhere to move them.
Does anyone know where they are?
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I ultimately found the m4a files in /mnt/extSdCard/Android/data/com.amazon.mp3/files/Music
The trick, however, is that they are hidden files. They do not appear when viewing the folder with either the native file manager or RootExplorer (even when "Show Hidden Files" is checked). They are found only by using RootExplorer to search the device for "m4a" files.
At least now I know they are on the SD card anyway.
First check Amazon Music App Menu, Settings (gear wheel icon), tap Storage Location.
If set External, try looking in Card\Android\Media\com.Amazon.mp3
If set Internal, try looking in Phone\Android\Media\com.Amazon.mp3\files\media\Music
Then usually subfolders by Artist. And yes, finding them each time is highly annoying! On Galaxy S5 with Android Marshmallow/6.x, I used the standard My Files manager to add a shortcut to the My Files start screen for my Card folder.
On my HTC 610 Desire running Android 4.4.2, Amazon music files are stored under two different directories on my SD card.
Files from CDs or songs that I have purchased through Amazon are located under:
This PC\HTC Desire 610\SD card\Android\data\com.amazon.mp3\files\Music\Public
Files that are perks for being an Amazon Prime member (I don't have to buy them, they are available for Prime members to stream as part of a Prime subscription) which I download for offline listening are located at:
This PC\HTC Desire 610\SD card\Android\data\com.amazon.mp3\files\Music\Private