If you’re like me, music plays a huge role in your life — it helps get you through busy and on-the-go periods. If you do a lot of traveling, a great way to enjoy your music is through Google Play Music. With this tool, you can listen to and manage your music on your Android device, laptop, or desktop.One issue you may come across is the inability to listen to all of the music from your Google cloud. What happens when you have no service (or you are in Airplane mode)? Any song saved in your cloud won’t be available. Fortunately, Google thought of that and has made it very easy to manage your music. With a bit of set up, you can easily enjoy your music — even when transitioning between online and offline modes.There are two ways to best manage this. The first is to manually download music from Google Play Music to your device. This is actually the easiest method. Out of the box, your device will be configured to only download music when connected to a wireless network.To download an album or a song from your cloud, do the following: Open the Google Play Music app… Read full this story
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