AntennaPod version 3.11 (8073de55a)
from Google Play
Android version: from Settings->About phone:
Android version 12
security patchlevel March 1, 2023
not rooted, no custom rom
Internal storage: 128G, 99% used
SD card: 256G unused, pending moving AP from Internal to SD.
Model name Galaxy S10 I’m told it’s an S10+ but Settings->About phone says S10
Model number SM-G973U
I tell AntennaPod where to find the mp3 files on the phone, for “download,” or I manually place them into the final destination on the SD card, hoping that AP can be coaxed into recognizing them.
I haven’t tried anything yet, pending reading this forum. Everything I’ve read makes me skeptical that any of my ideas are possible without rooting my phone. I’d be willing to root the phone if I was confident that I could un-root it after this operation so that I could still receive security updates. I’m technical enough to describe myself as a novice, using Unix since 1980.
I’ve been wanting to do this for over a year; the need to move from internal storage to the SD card provoked the latest round of research.
Steps to reproduce:
hoping to learn something that will work
I manually delete episodes after listening to them, sometimes listening again many times. I often mark an episode as a favorite before deleting it, so that I can reclaim the space but still hope to know which episodes I may want to download again.