Change your Google Play Music app settings
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Here's how to change your settings on the Google Play Music Android app.
- Open the Google Play Music App.
- Touch the Google Play Music icon.
- Touch Settings.
Google Account: Select your account to use with Google Play Music.
Equalizer: Fine tune your audio settings.
Cache during playback: Temporarily store music while streaming. When checked, the Google Play Music application temporarily stores music you've played on your device if there is storage space available. Cached music may be temporarily available offline.
Automatically cache: Automatically cache music while charging your device and connected to Wi-Fi.
Clear cache: Clear stored music that has been cached to your device.
Download via Wi-Fi only: Help reduce mobile data usage by downloading music only when connected to Wi-Fi.
View download queue: List of music that is currently downloading
Stream via Wi-Fi only: Help reduce mobile data usage by streaming music only when connected to Wi-Fi. This doesn't affect the availability of music you’ve made available offline or music that has been temporarily cached.
Mobile networks stream quality: Select low, normal, or high quality streaming. When streaming via a mobile data connection, using a lower quality stream uses less data.
|Developer||Use debug logs: Store debug logs for your device.|
|Music version||Displays the version number of Google Play Music installed on your device.|
Music Manager upload settings
- Click the Google Play Music Manager icon in your system tray at the bottom right of your screen (Windows), menu bar in the upper right corner (Mac) or notifications area (Linux) to access the Google Play Music Manager
- Go to the Advanced tab
- Select your desired bandwidth in the Bandwidth available for uploading dropdown menu
- Click Apply