Use Music Square On Samsung Galaxy Note 2
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Samsung Galaxy Note2 arrived with the Jelly Bean update, which has some good features for all the music lovers. Galaxy Note2's stock music player has a lot of new features to ease the use of song selection for the user. One of the best things is Music Square. It categorizes the music into four different emotions; calm, exciting, passionate and joyful. According to these ratings, music files are presented into 25 squares, and each square has a different song based on the emotion of the square.
- 1 Open Music Square
- 2 Add Music To Your Device
- 3 Update the Media Library
- 4 Transfer Songs from Any Folder to Music
- 5 Tips Tricks & Warnings
- 6 Questions and Answers
- 7 Comments
Open Music Square
- 1Go to the home screen and tap on the "App" menu.Advertisement
- 3Scroll the upper portion of the player to highlight "Music Square"
Add Music To Your Device
- 1You can purchase music from "Google Music" and the songs will be downloaded directly to your device.Purchase music.Advertisement
- 2Add music from Your PC.
- Connect your device to the PC using the USB cable.
- Select "Media Transfer" or wait for the PC to choose the best program for you.
- Open the "Device Folder", and drag and drop the desired folders or files.
- Make sure to put the songs in the music folder on your device.
- 3Transfer from Any Cloud Service.
- Open the cloud service.
- Sign in.
- Select the "Upload" button.
- Choose files.
- Sign into your cloud service from your Galaxy Note2.
- Select files.
- Download the files, and they will be downloaded to the "Downloads" folder.
- Move them to the "Music" folder.
Update the Media Library
- 1After adding the songs, you'll need to update your library for the songs to appear in your music folder.Advertisement
- 2Open the Music Player.
Transfer Songs from Any Folder to Music
- 1Open the folder where you've saved the songs.
- 2Press and hold on any song, and when you are prompted to select the songs, select all of them, including any folder you want to transfer.
- 3After selecting the songs, tap the menu button and select "Move" or "Copy"
- 4Go back to the app menu.
- 5Open "My Files" from the menu.
- 6Select All files > SD card.
- 7Open "Music" tap the option key and paste all the files in it.
- 8If you are copying from a PC, just directly paste all the files into the Music folder.Advertisement
Tips Tricks & Warnings
- You can't add custom music in the Music Square.
- Music Square will choose songs automatically, according to the emotions.
- Music Square is available in the stock music player only.
Questions and Answers
In the step: "Scroll the upper portion of the player to highlight "Music Square"" Dear authors, it does not work and it does not show it. It says selected file empty
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How do I use music square on my Samsung Galaxy Note2?
I don't know how to move the music into music square
When using Music Square, you specifically won't move the music into the squares. The music square will sort out the music according to the specific track. Depending on the beat of the song or even the words they will be automatically put into a category - either Exciting, Passionate, Joyful, Calm, New or Old.
There is no way to specifically move music into each square specifically. Simply tap on a square near one of the moods in order to play a random song according to the mood.
Here is a video Explaining Music Square.
Categories : Samsung Galaxy
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