Want to listen to Spotify songs offline on Android phone without Premium? In this article, you will learn how to download music from Spotify to Android phone for free, then you can offline play Spotify Music on Android phones like Samsung, Huawei, Sony, Xiaomi, etc.

“Is there any way to download music from Spotify to Android phone for free? I want to listen to Spotify songs offline on my HUAWEI P40 Pro without Premium.”

Android is a mobile operating system which is mainly designed for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Many users choose Android over iOS system because it provides more flexibility, functionality, and freedom of choice. That’s to say, Android users can choose various brands and phone types at different price.

In the fast-paced life, listening to music on Android phones has become the choice of the majority people. Spotify is the first choice for many music lovers because they can easily access millions of songs as long as they have network connection. So how can you play Spotify Music on Android phone offline? Upgrading Spotify Premium and offline playing downloaded songs in the Spotify App is not the only way. Today, we will introduce the best way to download music from Spotify to Android phone, including Samsung, Huawei, Sony, Google Pixel, LG, HTC, and more Android smartphones.

Part 1. How to Download Spotify Music to Computer for Offline Playback

As we all know, Spotify only allows Premium users to download high-quality music for offline playback during the subscription. Once the subscription expires, the downloaded music will be disappeared. That’s because Spotify only provides DRM-encryption songs, which prevents users from downloading and transferring songs to other devices for offline listening. Under such circumstance, is it possible to save Spotify songs to Android phone?

To save you the hassle, we will recommend a one-step tool to help you download music from Spotify for free. TunesBank Spotify Music Converter is one such software to download Spotify Music as MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC files without Premium account. Besides downloading function, it can also download Spotify songs up to 10X speed and in batches without touching original quality. What’s more, TunesBank supports to keep high quality 320kbps songs and ID3 tags info such as name, album, artist in the output songs. In this way, you can get free Spotify Music downloaded on computer and save Spotify songs to Android phones such as Samsung, HUAWEI, Sony, LG, Nokia, HTC, Redmi, etc. without restrictions.

Highlights of TunesBank Spotify Music Converter:

  • Download Spotify Music without touching original quality.
  • Save Spotify Music as MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC files.
  • Preserve ID3 tags and metadata info in the output files.
  • Play Spotify Music on any devices without any restrictions.
  • Supports to 10X faster speed and batch downloading tracks.
  • Listen to Spotify offline on Android/iPhone without Premium.

Guide on How to Download Spotify Music to Computer

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to download Spotify Music to local drive with TunesBank Spotify Music Converter. First of all, please download, install and run TunesBank Spotify Music Converter on the computer. just click “Open Spotify web player” option.

launch spotify music converter

Then, login your Spotify account(whether Spotify Free or Premium account).

login your spotify account

Step 1. Add Spotify Songs to TunesBank Converter
Drag tracks from Spotify web player to the “+” icon.

add spotify songs

Or you can directly drag playlist/albums from Spotify to the “+” icon.

add spotify playlist

Step 2. Choose MP3 as Output Format
Press the “Convert all files to:” button to choose MP3 as the output format. MP3 is compatible with the Android phones. There are other three output formats for selection: M4A, WAV, FLAC.

select mp3 format

Step 3. Adjust Output Settings
Hit “Preferences” and turn to “Advanced”, you can set the Bit rate, Sample rate according to your needs.

aujust output settings

Step 4. Start Downloading Spotify Tracks
Click “Convert All” button to start downloading Spotify Music to computer.

download spotify songs to mp3

Wait for a few minutes, you can find the downloaded songs by clicking “Finished” > “View Output File”, then you can listen to Spotify offline for free.

get mp3 music files

Part 2. How to Transfer the Downloaded Spotify Music to Android Phone

Now you get the downloaded Spotify songs on your local drive. When it comes to transfer the downloaded Spotify Music to Android phone, iOS & Android Manager is a good helper to transfer and backup Music, Contacts, Texts, Photos, Videos and more on your iOS & Android Devices. Here is the detailed guide on how to transfer the downloaded Spotify Music to Android phone.

Step 1. Launch Phone Toolkit on Computer
Install and launch the Phone Toolkit on your computer, click “Transfer” button to transfer files from computer to your Android phone.

launch phone-toolkit

Step 2. Connect Your Android Phone to Computer
Connect your Android phone to computer by using a USB cable.

Step 3. Add Music to Android Phone
At the top column, click the “Music” button and the Phone Toolkit will start to compile all the music folders on your device. Click the “Add” button to add the music file/folder you want to transfer into your Phone Toolkit.

add music to phone

The Bottom Lines

Due to DRM encryption, even Spotify Premium can not transfer downloaded Spotify songs to other devices for offline listening. With the help of TunesBank, you can not only break the DRM encryption with ease, but also download Spotify songs to computer and transfer them to other devices without any restrictions. In this way, you can transfer them to any Android/iOS/Windows/BlackBerry OS mobile phone for offline listening, whether you are using the latest Android phone (E.g OnePlus 9 Pro, Google Pixel 4a, Samsung Galaxy S21/Note 20, Moto G Power, Huawei Mate 40/P50) or an old Android phone, even if you can’t download the Spotify App on your old mobile phone.

Download Spotify Music to Android


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