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I recently bought a Samsung Galaxy M30s mobile. I downloaded the 'Samsung Music' app. Then I downloaded 2 songs from Chrome and placed them in the folder 'Music' in Internal storage. But when I opened the Samsung Music app, I can't find the songs in it. The app simply displays 'no songs'. What should I do to make the app recognise my songs? Please help.

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy M30s

Android version: 9.0

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Try these steps -Goto Myfiles>Settings> Turn on Show hidden files>Then look for a (.nomedia) file in Internel storage and delete it.And then check your songs.

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it's can happen because the file extension may not be mp3.
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The file extension is .mp3

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Try these steps -Goto Myfiles>Settings> Turn on Show hidden files>Then look for a (.nomedia) file in Internel storage and delete it.And then check your songs.

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Thanks a lot Vicky455... It worked like a charm... Immediately I got my songs!

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Your welcome.
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I am having the same issue and have a S10. The 'Show Hidden Files' button is on, and I have turned them off and on again just in case. Also, I do have a couple .nomedia files but cannot delete them, the message pop up just says the file cannot be deleted. Any other advice?

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hello, i have note 9,and facing same issue, I tried the solution you gave, i also tried clearing samsung music data and rebooted the device, tried reinstalling

nothing works

any idea

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