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How do you transfer music to a Samsung Galaxy S4?

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To transfer music from other devices and computers to a Samsung Galaxy S4, it is necessary to sync files using Kies 3 or Windows Media Player. To load new music onto the Galaxy S4, songs or albums must be purchased through the Google Play Store.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 users can easily use Kies 3 to transfer music from their computers to their devices. They can simply use the following steps:

  1. Download, install and open up Samsung Kies 3
  2. Go to the Samsung Kies website and click on the "Download for Windows" icon, press "Run" and then follow the prompts that the installer provides. When the program is installed, open it.

  3. Connect the Samsung Galaxy 4 to the computer
  4. Use the USB cable that comes with the phone to connect it to the computer. The device should show up on the screen.

  5. Click on the "Music" option
  6. Users can find the "Music" option under the "Library" tab.

  7. Click on music files
  8. Users can select the music files that they want to sync to their devices.

Transferring music with Windows Media Player is also a quick and easy process. Users can run through the following steps:

  1. Connect the device
  2. Connect the Samsung Galaxy 4 using a USB cable.

  3. Open Windows Media Player
  4. Click on the Windows Media Player icon or find it under "Programs."

  5. Click "Sync" and select files
  6. Select the "Sync" tab and add files by dragging them to the Sync list.

  7. Press "Start sync"
  8. Click on "Start sync" to transfer the files.

Users who wish to purchase new music and load it onto their phones can find a variety of songs and albums in the Google Play Store. The Play Store also has a selection of free songs. This music can be accessed in the Play Music application.

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