If you’ve bought a new Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 or Galaxy Watch Active2 and want to transfer music to your smartwatch from your phone? Then you’re in the right place. So, in this guide, we’re going to show you how to add music to Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 or Galaxy Watch 3 from your phone.
Meanwhile, you might know all about the Galaxy Watch features like measuring your heartbeat, step counting, and many more. In the meantime, the latest Galaxy smartwatches like Watch 3 and Active2 have a built-in speaker for listening to music. However, adding music to your Galaxy watch can be quite handy while doing exercises and workouts.
Music can be played directly via the Samsung Galaxy smartwatch’s loudspeakers, or you can attach a pair of high-quality Bluetooth wireless earphones to it. In any case, it saves you the trouble of having to wear a smartwatch any time you go to the gym.
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How to Transfer Songs to the Galaxy Watch
The Galaxy Wearable app is the primary method for transferring music to your watch. First, double-check that the music you intend to add is already on your phone. When the watch is paired to the Galaxy or Android devices, song files cannot be exported directly from a PC.
If you want to transfer songs to your Galaxy Watch then here are the steps to add music to Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active2:
Step 1. Make sure to connect and pair your Galaxy Watch to your smartphone via the Galaxy Wearable app. If you don’t know how it’s done click here to learn more.
Step 2. Launch the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone and tap Watch settings. Select Add content to your watch.
Step 3. Tap Add tracks. Here, select your favorite songs/music and tap Done.
Step 4. Wait now until the music is being transferred.
Step 5. Once the transferring process is done, you’ll see the notification right on Galaxy Watch. Now, you can play songs through the watch directly.
MP3, M4A, AAC, OGG, and WMA audio files are supported by the Galaxy Wearable and Music apps. Additional file formats can be supported by third-party watch applications. Streaming music services like Spotify and Google Play do not allow you to export your downloaded music. These files are password protected.
How to Delete Music from your Galaxy Watch
- On your Galaxy watch, open the Music player app.
- Swipe up from the bottom of the watch and select Tracks.
- Tap and hold on to any song which you want to delete and then select Delete.
- Tap the tick icon to confirm it.
That’s it. This is how you can add and transfer music to the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active2 using the Galaxy Wearable app.