ANDROID || STEP by STEP: Playing Audiobooks

In order to play audiobooks, you will need to first install either an MP3 Player App or an Audiobook App on your Android Device.

A. An MP3 Player App is recommended for beginner Android users, as it is the easiest to use. (Please see Step 1)

B. The Audiobook App, is more difficult. (Please scroll down to see Step 2)

 

MP3 Player App

1A.  (UNDER CONSTRUCTION, MORE TO COME)

 

Audiobook App

2A. Our current recommendation for a 3rd Party Audiobook App, would be the Smart Player App. You will need to download this from the Google App Store.

2B. Please open the Google App Store. Search for "Smart Audiobook Player"

2C. Tap INSTALL

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2D. Tap ACCEPT

2E. Once Downloaded, Tap OPEN

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2F. The App will ask you to specify the "Root Folder" (This is the folder that you will be storing all your Audiobook files). Most likely, it will be the Downloads folder. Select OK

2G. Scroll down to select the 'Download' folder. Click OK

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2I. Please select OK. With your Android device, you will not need to use M4Bs. You will only download MP3s and Zip files with your Android Device.

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2H. The Download folder will contain your downloaded Audiobooks. This is where you what you will want as your default location for the Audiobook Player to find your audiobooks. Select OK

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2J. Open the Smart Player App. Tap on your audiobook.

2K. Differences between the Basic and Full versions are described in the "Help" Window. Click OK

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2L. You can now play your audiobook.

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