On my mobile device, I clicked the link to download but nothing’s happening. What’s going on?
When downloading from a direct link, you may see a blank screen but if you look at the URL box, you’ll likely see a small arrow or progress loop showing the file’s downloading.
If you don’t see anything at all, first, check to see if the MP3 is in a file manager app on your phone. It may have downloaded automatically.
For iPhones, the MP3 file would likely be in the “Files” app, and for Androids, it would likely be in the “Downloads” app.
Or if you have the Dropbox app, you may find it there.
Once you locate the MP3 in a file manager app, you should be able to open it and listen to it any time you’d like. (If you’d prefer it in your iTunes library, follow the steps in the following answer).
Some other mobile devices don’t allow for direct audio downloads (without installing a third-party file manager app) and you’ll need to download it to your desktop computer and follow the steps in the following answer to move it onto your device.
How can I move the audio file from my desktop computer to my mobile phone or tablet?
If you’ve downloaded the audio to your desktop computer, find the MP3 file (if you’re on a Mac, you will find it in your “Downloads” folder in your “Finder” app; if you’re on a PC, you would have been propped to choose which folder to save it in), then drag and drop it into iTunes. Then in iTunes, sync your device with your computer.
Can I share this audio file with friends or family?
The audio is protected by International Copyright Law and I don’t give permission for anyone to sell it or share it with others.
If the audio was a freebie from me, and you feel someone you know would benefit from it, send them a link to my website and they’ll receive their own copy when they subscribe to my email list. And I’d so appreciate the referral! Thanks for your support. 🙂