Transferring music directly to your Android device is not all that difficult especially if you have the music files in a folder already and not in another program. This being said it can be transferred from other programs as well. In order to transfer music to your Android device you will need to keep in mind that Android can only read certain music file types. The file types allowed are common though so no worries, you can transfer MP3, AMR, WMD (8), MIDI, WAV, OGG Vorbis, and M4A music files without needing to convert them. We will cover transferring music with only your phones USB cable.
Transfer Music to Android via Phone and USB Cable:
Connect your Android phone to computer via USB cable
drag notification bar down and select the USB connection
select the option to mount as drive (different phone to phone)
open the drive on your computer created by the phone
navigate to the music folder within the mounted drive
navigate on your computer to the location of your music
drag your music from your computer to the music folder
congrats your done unplug and listen on your phone.
In many cases you can transfer music directly from programs using the same method only difference is you will be dragging from the program and not a music folder on your computer. If you have any issues or just general questions about the process please feel free to drop a comment below.