Google isn’t limited to just Android apps but also making its way in different categories such as Google Music that lets you to upload and stream your own files via a web browser and Android devices, it’s great to having a complete music library in pocket but it take loot the history of Google Music, you’ll see some negative steps of Google but they also solve your problems. Now you’re able to download your music off of your Google Music account to your Android device’s SD card, thanks to senior XDA developer member fergie316.
It’s pretty easy to do, the below guide will walk you through how to save Google Music files to the SD card of your Android device, do keep in mind that your device must be rooted, be sure to follow our root guides to root your Android device and you also need a root-enabled file manager app such as the File Expert.
Step #1: Open the Google Music on your Android device.
Step #2: Navigate to the music you paid for on Google Play.
Step #3: Play any file you want, keep an eye on the progress buffering bar in Google Music, once the buffering is done, pause the file. Open the file manager app you’re using, go to /data/data/com.google.android.music folder.
Step #4: Go to com.google.android.music folder, then go to /cache/music/.
Step #5: You’ll have your buffered files there, copy the mp3 file and paste anywhere you want.
That’s it, you’re done. How easy was it, don’t forget to comment below!