The number of songs you can store on a 32 GB SD card depends on the quality of the audio files you’re using.
The best example is 320kbps MP3s, which can store about 10 hours of music. If you’re using a lower quality format like AAC or WMA, then you’ll be able to fit more files on your SD card.
For example, an album compressed in 320kbps MP3 format would take up 2 MB per song and there are typically around 10 songs per album. So if an album has 15 songs, it will occupy 30 MB of space on your SD card.
You can get around this issue by buying albums or songs from online stores like iTunes or Google Play Music where they have been compressed into smaller sizes that are easier to download and store on your device.
Last modified: October 11, 2022