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Mrsspagnoli57 | 14:36 Fri 21st Aug 2015 | Technology
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I have bought a number of songs/music from Google Play and they are downloaded on my phone. Is there any way I can transfer/copy them onto my laptop?

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they should transfer as any file would - just connect up with a usb lead and once the phone is recognised the pop up window will offer you the option to transfer files.
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Thanks for your reply. At the moment all the music on my phone is accessed by using a 'play music' icon. This takes me to Google play. I have bought the tracks from play store and they downloaded onto my Samsung phone but I can only access them through the play music function, they are not in any files on the phone. It seems that the only way I can access them on my computer is to subscribe to Google play which at £9.99 a month I don't want. I naievely thought that because I had bought them I could transfer them wherever I wanted but this does not seem to be the case.
The files are on your phone but you do not have access to them unless the phone is rooted. With these kind of restrictions I`d be inclined to get my music elsewhere to give you more freedom of transfer.
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yes, having read about it it seems that google play is not for the casual music buyer like me. I don't change phones very often so will have access to it for a bit yet. Thanks again
same as spotify then
Can you log in to google play on your laptop and download them?

https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/1250232?hl=en
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THANK YOU FOR THE LINK. i HAVE FOLLOWED IT BUT STILL UNABLE TO TRANSFER ANYTHING. GIVING IT UP AS A BAD JOB :(
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