Guess many of you might have already preordered the latest released Samsung Galaxy S8, which is the prettiest smartphone of 2017, and being excited waiting for it to arrive. There is no doubt that this Samsung Galaxy S8 is gorgeous. Due to the curved displays, there’s barely any amount of noticeable bezel on the left and right sides of the device. In addition, no more physical home button. That means the screen takes up roughly 83% of the phone's face for tapping and viewing. After you finally get this new gear and test all innovated functions, the first and the most important thing is, to sync all your datas to this new phone from the old one.
Transferring phone data won't be a problem as we have done it many times. But as a Spotify user, even after re-downloading Spotify on the Galaxy S8, still need more steps to finally sync all tracks and playlists that we've saved in Spotify. Try the following tutorial that show you 2 easy ways to sync Spotify music to Galaxy S8
If you're a Spotify Premium subscriber and have already downloaded the music for offline listening, all you have to do is sync your Spotify account to Galaxy S8.
Step 1: If you haven’t already, download the Spotify app on your PC.
Step 2: Login Spotify app.
Step 3: Connect your Galaxy S8 to computer through a USB cable or Wi-Fi.
Step 4: If you haven’t already, Download Spotify for your Galaxy S8.
Step 5: Launch the Spotify mobile app on Galaxy S8 and log in.
Step 6: Select your Galaxy S8 from the “Devices” list in the Spotify desktop software.
Step 7: Click on ‘’Sync ‘device’s name’ with Spotify’’.
Step 8: Click on the playlists you want to sync for offline listening. It will start syncing automatically.
Step 9: You can either choose Sync all music to this device or Manually choose playlists to sync to manage specific playlists for syncing.
What's the easiest way to be able to play Spotify music or "local Spotify files" from your desktop to the new Galaxy S8? There is a very useful Spotify Music Converter to help you solve this problem. Spotify Music Converter which is an awesome Spotify Music downloader assists you to directly remove DRM from Spotify Music or Spotify playlist and convert to MP3/ AAC/ WAV/ FLAC, so that you can use Spotify music more efficiently.
Get Ready: Free download and install Sidify Music Converter for Spotify.
(Note: please make sure you have installed Spotify on your computer.)
Step 1. Drag and drop Music from Spotify to Sidify.
Launch the program and Spotify will be opened automatically. Just click " " icon and then drag & drop any music or playlist from Spotify to Sidify Music converter.
Step 2. Choose Output Format as MP3.
Then click setting button to change the basic parameters (Including Output format, Output quality and Conversion speed, etc). Here you can choose format as MP3/AAC/ WAV and adjust conversion speed up to 5X faster.
Step 3. Start Downloading and Converting Spotify Music.
Click "CONVERT" button to remove DRM and convert these files to plain format without lossing original quality.
Step 4. Find Out the Well-downloaded Music Files.
After conversion, you will easily find the downloaded DRM-free version of Spotify music files in the top right corner.
Step 3. Sync the Converted Music to your new Galaxy S8.
After Conversion, all ID3 tags would be kept successfully. Now you can easily transfer these tracks to Galaxy S8 via cable USB or other phone managament software.
Note: The trial version of Sidify music converter for Spotify only enable us to convert 3-minutes for each audio file, you can unlock the time limitation by purchasing the full version.