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Soundcloud Go : Can't change storage path to SD Card

  • 10 July 2017
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Like the title says, I'm not capable of changing my offline storage location because the setting is simply not avalaible to me. Why ? How do I fix this ?

I added 2 screenshots, one showing my version of android. my phone is a LG G3 Pro
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Best answer by Md. 10 July 2017, 19:00

Try the search feature, there are similar topics :)

I'm not sure, but it looks like you're using an older version of the app.

You do know that the option has been added a while ago?
https://soundcloudcommunity.com/company-announcements-230058/saving-offline-content-to-sd-card-on-android-is-now-available-for-soundcloud-go-go-7358431
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Try the search feature, there are similar topics :)

I'm not sure, but it looks like you're using an older version of the app.

You do know that the option has been added a while ago?
https://soundcloudcommunity.com/company-announcements-230058/saving-offline-content-to-sd-card-on-android-is-now-available-for-soundcloud-go-go-7358431
Try the search feature, there are similar topics :)

I'm not sure, but it looks like you're using an older version of the app.

You do know that the option has been added a while ago?
https://soundcloudcommunity.com/company-announcements-230058/saving-offline-content-to-sd-card-on-android-is-now-available-for-soundcloud-go-go-7358431



yes I know all that, and 'im using the latest avalaible version of Soundcloud for my android device.

It's an old phone who doesn't support the latest android OS, so I guess that I can't have the latest soundcloud update because they didnt port it to this version I'm using. Any way of bypassing that ?
Other than rooting your android device and trying to install a newer Android version, no way of bypassing.
But I wouldn't suggest doing this unless you know what you're doing and want to take a risk.

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