Droid Bionic: Music Organization and Playlists - dummies

Droid Bionic: Music Organization and Playlists

A playlist is a collection of tunes you create on the Droid Bionic. You build the list by combining songs from an album or artist or from whatever music you have on your phone. You can then listen to the playlist and hear the music you want to hear in the order you want to hear it. That’s how to organize music on your Droid Bionic.

Any playlists you’ve already created, or that have been preset on the Droid Bionic, appear under the Playlists heading on the Music app’s main screen. Touching the Playlists heading displays playlists, similar to the ones shown in the figure.


To listen to a playlist, long-press the playlist name and choose the Play command from the menu that appears.

You can also touch a playlist name to open the playlist and review the songs listed. You can touch any song from the list to start listening to that song.

A playlist is a helpful way to organize music when a song’s information may not have been completely imported into the Droid Bionic. For example, you probably have a lot of songs by “Unknown Artist.” The quick way to remedy this situation is to name a playlist after the artist and then add those unknown songs to the playlist.