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So Amazon Music now allows Prime members to download free Prime music to their mobile device for offline listening. Anyone know where on the device they store this music? If theyre putting it on my phone instead of its external SD card, Im going to be

So Amazon Music now allows Prime members to download free Prime music to their mobile device for offline listening. Anyone know where on the device they store this music? If they're putting it on my phone instead of its external SD card, I'm going to be much more conservative about how much Prime music I download. Obviously they have security measures to keep the Prime music from being freely accessed outside of the Amazon Music App (and thus possibly shared), but something has to be stored somewhere... I just want to know where, exactly.

Apologies if this is a stupid question.

Using a rooted Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5, stock ROM (for now)

At first the Amazon prime music app refused to install on my rooted Fire Phone.
I just installed the APK and it worked fine.
Then was just playing around with this today. Found the downloaded MP3 files are in a hidden directory. com.amazon.mp3 was hidden. (nice try Amazon).
It was a matter of clicking "show hidden files" in linux and duh; there it was.
data/com.amazon.mp3/files/music etc, etc

So Amazon Music now allows Prime members to download free Prime music to their mobile device for offline listening. Anyone know where on the device they store this music? If they're putting it on my phone instead of its external SD card, I'm going to be much more conservative about how much Prime music I download. Obviously they have security measures to keep the Prime music from being freely accessed outside of the Amazon Music App (and thus possibly shared), but something has to be stored somewhere... I just want to know where, exactly.

Apologies if this is a stupid question.

Using a rooted Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5, stock ROM (for now)

At first the Amazon prime music app refused to install on my rooted Fire Phone.
I just installed the APK and it worked fine.
Then was just playing around with this today. Found the downloaded MP3 files are in a hidden directory. com.amazon.mp3 was hidden. (nice try Amazon).
It was a matter of clicking "show hidden files" in linux and duh; there it was.
data/com.amazon.mp3/files/music etc, etc

Launched in 2007, Amazon Prime is an annual membership programme which offers users unlimited access to a bank of movies, films, music and e-books, for a fixed monthly fee.

Services vary from unlimited music streaming to one-hour delivery on your Amazon orders for a set £79 a year . Membership was previously £49 a year, until a £30 price hike in February 2014.

Prime members are also granted unlimited streaming of 15,000 movies and TV episodes, and access to 800,000 Kindle books. More recently, members can now order their groceries online - and take part in an exclusive Prime Day shopping event once a year.

When it comes to downloads and sales of music, Amazon is the big kid on the block. The e-commerce titan will need to use its elbows, though, if it hopes to succeed in the increasingly competitive niche of music streaming.

Amazon Prime Music debuted in the US more than a year ago, came to the UK over the summer and landed in Germany this month. The ad-free streaming service, included in the $99 Prime annual subscription best known for two-day, free shipping, is certainly cheaper than its rivals. Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play Music offer ad-free streaming for $10 a month.

Like Apple, Amazon was late to streaming for a company with so much know-how in music sales. But don't tell that to Steve Boom.

So Amazon Music now allows Prime members to download free Prime music to their mobile device for offline listening. Anyone know where on the device they store this music? If they're putting it on my phone instead of its external SD card, I'm going to be much more conservative about how much Prime music I download. Obviously they have security measures to keep the Prime music from being freely accessed outside of the Amazon Music App (and thus possibly shared), but something has to be stored somewhere... I just want to know where, exactly.

Apologies if this is a stupid question.

Using a rooted Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5, stock ROM (for now)

At first the Amazon prime music app refused to install on my rooted Fire Phone.
I just installed the APK and it worked fine.
Then was just playing around with this today. Found the downloaded MP3 files are in a hidden directory. com.amazon.mp3 was hidden. (nice try Amazon).
It was a matter of clicking "show hidden files" in linux and duh; there it was.
data/com.amazon.mp3/files/music etc, etc

Launched in 2007, Amazon Prime is an annual membership programme which offers users unlimited access to a bank of movies, films, music and e-books, for a fixed monthly fee.

Services vary from unlimited music streaming to one-hour delivery on your Amazon orders for a set £79 a year . Membership was previously £49 a year, until a £30 price hike in February 2014.

Prime members are also granted unlimited streaming of 15,000 movies and TV episodes, and access to 800,000 Kindle books. More recently, members can now order their groceries online - and take part in an exclusive Prime Day shopping event once a year.

When it comes to downloads and sales of music, Amazon is the big kid on the block. The e-commerce titan will need to use its elbows, though, if it hopes to succeed in the increasingly competitive niche of music streaming.

Amazon Prime Music debuted in the US more than a year ago, came to the UK over the summer and landed in Germany this month. The ad-free streaming service, included in the $99 Prime annual subscription best known for two-day, free shipping, is certainly cheaper than its rivals. Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play Music offer ad-free streaming for $10 a month.

Like Apple, Amazon was late to streaming for a company with so much know-how in music sales. But don't tell that to Steve Boom.

Amazon Prime lets you access 2 million songs for free. The bad thing is some of the music you like might not be available in those 2 million songs. To be an Amazon Prime member you have to pay $99 for a year to actually have the discount of $7.99 for the unlimited music. Users don’t tend to pay extra since they can have free music already but some users will opt to add an extra $7.99 for their songs to be available which they can’t find on Prime music. In Prime Music you can have 30 days trial for you to try it out. That is a good time to actually download music from Amazon and store it and actually save money.

Yes, and the method to download music on Amazon prime is to actually record it by using an audio recorder. The download option on Amazon Prime is for offline purposes which still needs data and purchasing subscription. The best audio recorder that can retain the music’s quality is Cinch Audio Recorder.

On the image shown above, just click the “ Start Recording ” button to download Amazon Prime music. Its interface is very straightforward so you will have no difficulty using it.

So Amazon Music now allows Prime members to download free Prime music to their mobile device for offline listening. Anyone know where on the device they store this music? If they're putting it on my phone instead of its external SD card, I'm going to be much more conservative about how much Prime music I download. Obviously they have security measures to keep the Prime music from being freely accessed outside of the Amazon Music App (and thus possibly shared), but something has to be stored somewhere... I just want to know where, exactly.

Apologies if this is a stupid question.

Using a rooted Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5, stock ROM (for now)

At first the Amazon prime music app refused to install on my rooted Fire Phone.
I just installed the APK and it worked fine.
Then was just playing around with this today. Found the downloaded MP3 files are in a hidden directory. com.amazon.mp3 was hidden. (nice try Amazon).
It was a matter of clicking "show hidden files" in linux and duh; there it was.
data/com.amazon.mp3/files/music etc, etc

Launched in 2007, Amazon Prime is an annual membership programme which offers users unlimited access to a bank of movies, films, music and e-books, for a fixed monthly fee.

Services vary from unlimited music streaming to one-hour delivery on your Amazon orders for a set £79 a year . Membership was previously £49 a year, until a £30 price hike in February 2014.

Prime members are also granted unlimited streaming of 15,000 movies and TV episodes, and access to 800,000 Kindle books. More recently, members can now order their groceries online - and take part in an exclusive Prime Day shopping event once a year.

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