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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by abramenko, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. abramenko

    abramenko New Member
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    Just got my Droid 2 a few days ago, and am trying to setup some folders. I created a folder on the home screen and named it "Music". I know I can use astro to move files in there, but is there a way to do this natively. Using Astro, I have to copy each file one at a time to the home screen as a shortcut, and then move them. I have a lot of music and this can take a while. I can't seem to find the folde on the home screen to browse to.
     

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  2. Welcome to Android Forums, abramenko. Glad you joined the community.

    Your question may get more and faster responses in the Droid 2 support area, so I have moved it there for you.

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  3. Redflea

    Redflea Well-Known Member
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    Why don't you just set up a shortcut to the music folder on your SD card?

    Long-press on home screen
    Select Shortcut
    Select Astro
    Navigate to folder and select OK
    Confirm shortcut name and folder icon
    Done

    Tap on shortcut and Astro opens to designated folder.

    Why are you doing this, anyway? Your music player should not care where your music is - leave it on your SD card and it will access it from there.
     
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  4. abramenko

    abramenko New Member
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    just realized that. Thought you had to set it up to find the folders. Didn't realize media player found songs automatically. Only had this thing for less then a week. Thanks for the help.
     

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