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how to download music to my windows media player

can someone tell me how i could upload or download the music i want to my media library on windows?

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Re: how to download music to my windows media player

Hi, if you have pruchased the music, it will be in C:\Users\*username*\Music\Spotify and Windows Media Player will import it.

Otherwise, as the music isn't owned by you, you can't.
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Re: how to download music to my windows media player

Like Liam offered, you can't actually download music from Spotify. You can only stream music or make it offline available for Spotify.

If you wish to use Windows Media Player or other software to play songs you see in Spotify - You need to buy them from Spotify or other software like iTunes etc, and then import them.

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Registered: ‎2013-10-26

Re: how to download music to my windows media player

will I be able to have music from spotify to window medaia now?

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Re: how to download music to my windows media player

no

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