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How do I play my own music on Android Auto - music that resides on the MicroSD card in my phone? 1 Recommended Answer 19 Replies 65 Upvotes
I've downloaded a LOT of music onto a MicroSD card that is in my phone, i.e. about 14,000 tracks. When I'm not in Android Auto, Google Play Music works great. It allows me to see all of my music, just like an iPod. I can see the music by Artist, Song, Album, Genre, etc., and I can easily select any music I want. However, using Google Play Music via Android Auto does not have this capacity. As far as I can see, it lets me choose Radio, Recent activity, Playlists, Podcasts and Queue, but it won't let me look through all of my music and select whatever I want. Am I missing something? Is there a way to do this? Or is there a different app that will give me this ability through Android Auto? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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