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Indeed, downloading too much Amazon music will eat up the internal storage of your device and therefore make it hard to operate. Normally, an Amazon song provided in High Quality can have an average file size of 6 MB at 256 Kbps. Amazon's Hi-res music can even reach around 51 MB for a 3 or 4-minute song.

For those who use a device, like an Android device, that supports SD cards for expanding memory space, storage becomes easy to free up. You can effortlessly save your favorite Amazon music to SD card. This article includes everything you need to know about downloading Amazon Prime/Unlimited Music to an SD card in 2 reliable ways. Just read on!


CONTENTS

Part 1. How to Save Amazon Music to SD Card Directly

An obvious difference between Amazon Music free and Amazon Prime/Ulimited membership is whether the download option is available. In other words, Amazon Music subscribers can simply and directly change and move the saving location and ultimately export Amazon Music to SD card. And the following is a simple guide on how to save Amazon Music to phones directly.

This doesn't mean that Amazon Music Free users are out of luck. There still exists an easy and feasible trick to help you download Amazon Music to SD card, you can directly refer to part 2 in this article.

Step 1. Run the Amazon Music app on your mobile phone and tap "My Music" in the bottom menu.

Step 2. Select "Settings" and then choose "Storage" options.

Step 3. Select SD card to be the storage path.


Part 2. How to Download and Move Amazon Music to SD Card Without Limitations

The first method is the easiest way to move Amazon Music to SD card, but there are also some disadvantages. Once you have your Amazon Music membership expires, the songs you have downloaded will become unavailable even if they are stored on an SD card. That's because Amazon Prime music is DRM-protected, which constrains you to listen to these songs only within the Amazon Music App. However, using an Amazon Music converter can be effective in getting rid of this problem.

TuneFab Amazon Music Converter is a reliable tool to remove DRM from Amazon Music and convert Amazon Prime/Unlimited music to multiple formats including the common MP3, WAV, and FLAC. During the music conversion process, the converting speed can reach 5X faster while keeping the original quality of Amazon songs. These downloaded Amazon music can also be saved with ID3 information, including titles, artists, and albums, making it easier for you to manage your music collection.

The Key Features of TuneFab Amazon Music Converter:

Mainstream output formats: It can convert almost all the Amazon Music files (playlist/album/song/podcast) to commonly used audio formats, including MP3, M4A, WAV and FLAC.
Output parameters can be adjusted flexibly: To make sure you get high-quality output files, TuneFab Amazon Music Converter allows you to customize SampleRate and Bitrate based on personal preference.
Original ID3 Tags can be preserved well: In order to have better management of these downloaded files later, the program can help you save the ID3 information to check back offline.
5X conversion speed and batch conversion: According to the actual network condition and the computer performance itself, the converting speed can be up to 5X, and even the function of batch conversion can be offered to save your time.
Converted sound quality can remain at its origin: Ensuring you have a better offline music experience, the tool retains the Amazon Music HD sound quality to the maximum extent.
Easy operation and user-friendly interface: You can download and convert Amazon Music without installing Amazon Music software, and the conversion steps are quite simple even if you are a beginner.
Cater to Prime users and Free users: TuneFab allows both Amazon Prime users and Free users to enjoy resources of Amazon music, letting you freely access and download your favourite Amazon songs.


Check out this video to learn more about how Amazon Music Converter works.


How to Download Amazon Music via TuneFab

Step 1. Download and Launch TuneFab Amazon Music Converter

After you launch TuneFab Amazon Music Converter, please sign in to your Amazon account if you have had one or create one to log in. The converter will fail to convert the songs without getting access to the Amazon Music library.

Launch TuneFab and Log in to Amazon

Step 2. Choose A Playlist to Convert

After you sign in to your account and finish the settings, you can begin to choose a playlist that you want to download and add songs to the converting list. The blue button on the right side is the "add" icon.

Choose Amazon Music Playlist

Step 3. Set Output Folder and Output Format

When you finish selecting and adding the playlist to the converting list, you can choose a new output location on the bottom-left of the converting window. The output format can be for each song or changed for all at the top-right of the page.

Tip: If you want to tweak advanced settings, click the settings menu icon from the top-right corner and find "Preferences" > "Advanced". Here you can change the "SampleRate" and "Bitrate" of the songs.

Select MP3 as Output Format

Step 4. Convert Amazon Music Songs

After all preparation is done, just wait for conversion completed. Songs that are successfully converted will be placed in the "Finished" column. You can click “View Output File” to check the offline files on your device.

Convert Amazon Music to MP3

How to Save Converted Amazon Music to SD Card

When you have converted and downloaded the songs to your computer, you can now save converted Amazon Prime/Unlimited Music to an SD card or to any other devices you like. Here is the detailed guide on how to move the music files to the SD card.

Step 1. Insert the SD card into your computer via a card reader.

Step 2. Find the downloaded Amazon music folder on your computer.

Step 3. Right-click to copy and paste all the Amazon songs to the SD card folder.

With all the steps done, you are now successfully finishing the whole process of downloading Amazon Music to SD card.


Part 3. FAQs on Amazon Music Downloads to SD Card and Management

Q1: Why Amazon Music Won't Download to SD Card?

If you have met such a difficulty, you can follow the below instructions to get it fixed.

1. Make sure you have set the SD card as the storage path.
2. Ensure there is free space on your SD card.
3. Check your settings to make sure the Amazon Music app has the necessary permissions to access and write on your SD card.
4. Update the Amazon Music app to the latest version.
5. Remove and reinsert the SD card to your device.

Q2: How to Play Local Music from SD Card on Amazon Music?

Yes. You just need to check out the following steps.

1. Click the top-right corner and you will find your account and "Settings".
2. Go to the "Settings" column and find the "Music Management" list.
3. Find the option “Automatically Import Music From” and choose it.
4. Tap “Select Folder” button and choose your SD card folder to be the import folder.

After that, the songs already downloaded to your SD card will appear in the Amazon Music Library, and you can play them on Amazon Music.


Conclusion

This post presents 2 trustworthy ways to download and save Amazon music to SD card. For Prime/Unlimited members, you can directly save your favorite Amazon songs to SD card by changing the storage path to the SD card. If you want to save the downloads even after your subscription ends or you are an Amazon free user, TuneFab Amazon Music Converter will be an optimal solution, due to its versatility in converting Amazon music to diverse formats, like MP3, while preserving lossless quality and ID3 tags. Don't hesitate to give it a go with TuneFab! Unlock the freedom to get a massive music collection!

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