take songs off Google listen

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  1. ksc6000

    ksc6000 Active Member
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    How do you take the actual MP3 files off the nexus one (or any android device) when you download them from a podcast manager like Google listen? When I download podcast on my computer, they usually are in C:\documents and settings \user\my documents\my music. So I can take the MP3 files and move them to wherever I want. How do I find these files on my phone after having downloaded them through Google listen ?
     

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  2. Casual Pete

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    I need to know the same thing I can't find where it's downloaded the podcast to.Ideally I'd like to take the podcast off the sd card to put on my pc.

    Anyone know how to do this?

    :thinking:
     
  3. ksc6000

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    Honestly the easiest method I've found is to simply download the podcast on the computer itself with Winamp.
     
  4. Casual Pete

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    There is actually a listen folder with a downloads subfolder but the file in the downloads folder isn't an mp3 file.

    It's just a pain that if I'm out and I listen to a podcast I've got to go find the same podcast on my pc if I want to listen to it through my speakers.:mad:
     
  5. PentaCube

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    This may have been posted elsewhere but this is how I transfer my podcasts from my phone to my pc. It's very simple, since audacity supports .aup files (google listen) just download Audacity (free) and set your phone to mass storage mode. Then simply open the podcast in audacity and then select File>Export as MP3 and rename the file to whatever and save. It will re-encode it and you will have an MP3 version of the podcast!

    I do this because I do not have a reliable internet connection where I am currently staying, so most of my podcasts come from my phone while I'm within range of an open wifi connection.
     
  6. jfed

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    the file doesn't seem to have a aup format. Am I missing something?

    I looked at the files under the "com.google.android.apps.listen" folder.
     
  7. mikedt

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    AUP are normally Audacity project files AFAIK. Is there a version of Audacity for Android?
     

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