Originally Posted by Cloudane
Just been looking at this too. Thought I could get clever with Android being basically Linux and move amazonmp3 to the external SD then do a symlink. But of course, durrrr, the SD card is in FAT32 format, which doesn't support symlinks.
amazonmp3 does recognise music on the external SD card, so I suppose you could move all the existing music across and then use some kind of automation (probably llama?) to do an overnight move of any newly downloaded music from virtual to external.
Bit of a kludge though. We could do with a cloud service that'll let you specify where the cache should go.
Not so much the cache, as I'd like purchased music downloads to go on the sd card so PowerAMP can read them.
I've just been moving the folder manually every few months.
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