SongerPro
Professional Backing Track Player for Android

Loading Tracks

Using an External SD Card Make sure your SD card is properly formatted (FAT32) then Just create a folder on the card and name it something like Tracks or Backing Tracks etc.. Copy your backing tracks into the folder you have just created - you can use a laptop/PC or your android device which ever you prefer! Once completed place the SD card back into your device and open SongerPro. Open the Options page and press the Track Location button, you will see the following selection prompt appear - choose the External SD Card option. After the selection screen dissappears you should be presented with another prompt asking you to select your track location - select the folder you created on the SD card and press OK followed by OK to the next two prompts which appear. Finally press the Save Settings button at the bottom of the screen. Depending on how many tracks you placed on the SD card you should see the following screen appear adding your tracks to the database (if you only copied a small number of tracks this screen will quickly dissappear!) Once the database is updated press the Open Setlists button followed by the Play Setlists button. The next screen will appear showing a Master Songlist button, pressing this button will display all the tracks you previously added to the SD card Choose a track and press Play - Congratulations, you just loaded your backing tracks into SongerPro!
Using Internal Storage If you want to use the Internal Storage option you have two choices. 1. If you choose the Tracks Folder option this will use the apps default internal location which uses the following path and is where you should copy your tracks to: Internal storage > Android > data > com.boogieman.songerpro > files > Songer > Tracks 2. If you choose the Internal Storage option this will allow you to use the internal location of your choice which could be your Music folder for instance or perhaps a folder you have created. Please be aware this Internal option will NOT work on Android version 12 and onwards as internal storage access is not allowed - Well done Google!
SongerPro
Professional Backing Track Player for Android

Loading Tracks

Using an External SD Card Make sure your SD card is properly formatted (FAT32) then Just create a folder on the card and name it something like Tracks or Backing Tracks etc.. Copy your backing tracks into the folder you have just created - you can use a laptop/PC or your android device which ever you prefer! Once completed place the SD card back into your device and open SongerPro. Open the Options page and press the Track Location button, you will see the following selection prompt appear - choose the External SD Card option. After the selection screen dissappears you should be presented with another prompt asking you to select your track location - select the folder you created on the SD card and press OK followed by OK to the next two prompts which appear. Finally press the Save Settings button at the bottom of the screen. Depending on how many tracks you placed on the SD card you should see the following screen appear adding your tracks to the database (if you only copied a small number of tracks this screen will quickly dissappear!) Once the database is updated press the Open Setlists button followed by the Play Setlists button. The next screen will appear showing a Master Songlist button, pressing this button will display all the tracks you previously added to the SD card Choose a track and press Play - Congratulations, you just loaded your backing tracks into SongerPro!
Using Internal Storage If you want to use the Internal Storage option you have two choices. 1. If you choose the Tracks Folder option this will use the apps default internal location which uses the following path and is where you should copy your tracks to: Internal storage > Android > data > com.boogieman.songerpro > files > Songer > Tracks 2. If you choose the Internal Storage option this will allow you to use the internal location of your choice which could be your Music folder for instance or perhaps a folder you have created. Please be aware this Internal option will NOT work on Android version 12 and onwards as internal storage access is not allowed - Well done Google!