How to Copy Music From CD to Android Phone

on Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Transferring Music From CD to Android Phone?

Do you want to copy your most favorite music from a CD to your Android device which gives you the opportunity to listen to it on the move? Use these techniques to transfer music from any CD to an Android smartphone or tablet device.

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Technique  1 – Windows Media Player (Windows Only)

1. Insert the music CD into the CD/DVD or Blu-ray drive.
2. Open the “Windows Media Player” application, which should currently be installed on your private Windows personal computer.
3. The music disc should appear in the left pane of WMP. Select it.
4. Check the music tracks you are looking to copy to your Android. Uncheck the ones you don’t.
5. Go with “Rip settings” > “Format” > “MP3“.

6. Go with “Rip settings” > “Audio Quality“, then choose preferred quality. For example “128” is OK for most people.

7. Select “Rip CD“.

8. Windows Media Center is going to import your music from CD to the library on your personal computer. From right here, you can perform these next items:

  • Link your Android to your PC via USB cable, after that sync the required music tracks to the device by using WMP. The next step is to make use of the Music app on your mobile phone to listen to your tunes.
  • You should follow these few steps to upload your CD ripped music to Google Play, then play your music via the Google Play app.
  • Copy the individual files that are currently in digital format from your own personal computer to your Android just by yourself. WMP generates the ripped files below your “Music” folder by default.

Technique 2 – iTunes (Windows & Mac OSX)

1. Download and install iTunes.
2. Start off iTunes.
3. And then you can insert the music CD into the CD/DVD or BluRay drive.
4. iTunes should list the items in the CD. Look at the music tracks you are looking to copy to your Android. Uncheck those with you don’t.
5. Select the “Import CD” button.
6. For “Import Using” select “MP3 Encoder“. Alter the “Setting” to the preferred quality. I usually choose “Good Quality (128kbps)“.

7. Select “OK” and iTunes will begin ripping the music from the disc to the PC.