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"What can I do if I want to download Spotify Music to my SD card?"

Well, it is a frequently asked question from Spotify users. As we all know that due to the DRM protection, it is hard for Spotify lovers to download Spotify Music and then move the Spotify Music to SD card for playing. In tackling this problem, here we prepare two best ways for you to download Spotify music to SD card, making it possible for you to download Spotify music to SD Card and to enjoy the music offline through any devices at any time without eating up your phone storage. Read further to get the full tutorial of the solution, which is available for both Spotify Free and Premium users.


Part 1. Spotify Premium: How to Download Spotify Music to SD Card for Listening

In order to save the phone storage, a great many Spotify Premium users would like to download Spotify Music to SD card so that they can enjoy attractive music time and again offline. If so, please make sure that you have prepared the sufficient enough SD card for downloading Spotify. After that, you can follow the full tutorial below to download Spotify Music to SD card.

Premium Users: 4 Steps to Download Spotify on SD card

Step 1.Run Spotify on your devices (here we will take the Android devices as an example), and then log in with Spotify Premium account.

Step 2. Hit the "Home" button on the lower left interface of Spotify, then Click the Gear button to enter the Settings page.

Step 3: Scroll down to the "Other" section on this Settings page, you can see there's a "Storage" button.

Step 4: Hit Storage under Other sections and then choose SD card for keeping your Spotify.

Download Spotify to SD Card

However, in this way, all the downloaded Spotify Music to SD card are just allowed to play within Spotify app. What's worse, the downloaded music is cache files, leading to the difficulty of transferring from one device to another. In other words, it is not the complete way to download Spotify music to SD card. To help you better download Spotify Music to SD card thoroughly for both Spotify Premium and Free users, we would like to share the brand new way with you. Keep reading.

Part 2. Brand New Way: How to Download Spotify Music to SD Card for Free

To download Spotify Music to SD card for free, a Spotify music converter is required. For saving your time on searching for a reliable converter online, here we are going to introduce a best Spotify Music converter, named TuneFab Spotify Music Converter.

TuneFab Spotify Music Converter is a professional Spotify to SD card Downloader with a simple structure to download Spotify Music to popular music file formats, like MP3, WAV, FLAC and M4A. Besides, it allows users to adjust bitrate and sample rate for converting Spotify music with metadata and tag information preserved. It is simple and easy to use for Spotify Free and Spotify Premium to download songs to external SD card. A variety of useful features of TuneFab Spotify Music Converter for reference are listed below.

TuneFab Spotify Music Converter: Spotify to SD card Downloader

#1 Convert and Remove DRM restriction from Spotify songs, playlists and albums easily.

#2 Various music file format is available for option: MP3, M4A, WAV and FLAC.

#3 Conversion speed is reached up to 5X faster speed.

#4 Preserve the ID3 tags and metadata info for converted music.

#5 A users friendly main interface.

With the help of TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, it is easy to convert and download Spotify music to SD card. Now, let's follow the step-by-step tutorials to learn how it worked on downloading Spotify music to SD card.

Full Tutorial: How to Download Spotify Music to SD Card for Free

Step 1. Run TuneFab Spotify Music Converter

Click the "Try It Free" button to download the TuneFab Spotify Music Converter. After downloading, just install and run it. Once you run the music converter, the Spotify would be opened synchronously. So please don't shut it down.

Step 2. Add Spotify Songs to Converter

To add the Spotify songs to convert, you need to click to "Add Files". Here you can drag the Spotify songs/ playlists/ albums and drop to the converter or copy the playlist URL and paste them to the TuneFab Spotify Music Converter. When it is over, click to the "Add" button to make sure the music is fully added.

Add Songs to the Converter

Step 3. Adjust Output Settings of Converted Music

Now you can move on to the part: Customizing the output settings of the converted music.

Just go to "Option" then click "Advanced", choose the output format for your Spotify music. Here we recommend MP3 as the best file format for it is popular and commonly used.

If you want to set the file folder, just click to "General" next to "Advanced" for making any change.

Choose Output Format for Spotify Music

Step 4. Convert Spotify Music to Computer

Click to "Convert" to get started for converting Spotify Music. Just wait for several minutes, then you can get Spotify Music to the computer and then you can get ready for moving Spotify Music to SD card.

Select Songs to be Converted

Step 5. Insert the SD Card and Move Spotify Music to SD Card

Make sure that your PC has an SD card adapter slot, and if not, you may probably need to purchase an external one for connecting SD card to your PC via a USB adapter or insert the SD card to your phone and connect your phone to your PC by plugging in a USB cable.

Then go to the converted file folder, copy and paste the music and then move the music to SD card. Congratulations! You can enjoy Spotify Music on SD card now.

Insert SD Card

To Sum Up

With the 5 steps above, you can easily move whatever Spotify Music to SD and even easily download any Spotify Music to SD card for offline listening. If you have any suggestions or comments on this article or still have puzzles in using Spotify or TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, please let us know by all means. See you next time!

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