1. Deathwolfxx's Avatar
    Sorry about the title. I couldn't think of how to phrase it.

    So, I'm thinking about switching from iTunes to Groove music because my new laptop already has the Groove app preinstalled. I've synced several albums that I have that aren't available on Groove (but are legally acquired) via One Drive and all that which is working fine I guess, even though it takes FOREVER to sync.

    Anyway, my main problem is: These songs (eventually) show up on my iPod touch and iPhone but I'm not able to listen unless I have WiFi turned on or I'm using data which means it's absolutely useless on my iPod. I would really, really like to have these songs on my iPod for times when I don't wanna use up my phone batter for just listening to music. Is there something I'm doing wrong? It's not really "offline" listening if you're still using data. If it doesn't work like that, I guess I'll just go back to apple music/ iTunes because it does exactly what I need.
    04-08-2017 04:00 PM
  2. TgeekB's Avatar
    I don't know about the Groove app on iPod, but on Windows when you go to an album there a choice to download. That will put it right on your device. Onedrive is the cloud. Hope that's what you were asking.

    Sent from my Alcatel Idol 4S
    04-08-2017 04:24 PM

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