This post will walk you through sharing an audio file from the local storage of Google’s newest Pixel smartphone. Here’s a quick guide to share audio files on Google Pixel 7 using the Android 13 Files app.
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New Android smartphones allow you to share different files or apps to other people using various file-sharing methods.
Depicted below is the actual process of sharing an audio file on the Google Pixel 7 using the inbuilt file sharing methods in the Android File application. If you're new to this device and need some input on how to share files like mp4 or mp3 on your Pixel 7, then you may refer to these outlined steps.
To get started, open the Files app on your device.
Simply swipe up from the Home screen to launch the Apps tray then tap on the Files app icon.
While in the Files app main screen, navigate to the bottom section and then tap on Browse tab.
Doing so will let you view all available folders and system directories.
Find and select Audio from the given categories.
Simply tap Audio to access the Audio directory that stores all audio files for alarms, notifications and ringtones.
Locate the audio file that you’d like to share and then tap on the three dots located right next to it. Doing so opens a side menu with a list of options.
Alternatively, you can open the file itself and then tap the Share icon at the bottom part of the screen. This will also take you to the same menu with all available file-sharing options.
Tap Share from the given sub-menu items to proceed. The File-sharing menu will load up next.
Here, you will see different file-sharing methods that you can use including Nearby Share, Messages, WhatsApp, Messenger Chats, Gmail and any other file-sharing apps installed on the phone. Available file-sharing methods may vary between devices.
Tap to select your preferred sharing method. The next steps would vary depending on the file-sharing method you’ve selected.
Just follow the rest of the onscreen instructions to complete the file-sharing process using the selected method.
- Google Pixel 7
Should you wish to share another audio file, just repeat the same steps to return to the Files app’s audio directory and then locate the next audio file that you’d like to share.
Some third-party audio apps may also have a dedicated feature or control that you can use to share a supported audio file. The above steps are only applicable with the inbuilt Files application in Android 13 devices, particularly on the next Google Pixel smartphone.
Having Trouble Sharing Audio Files on Pixel 7?
Sharing files in Android 13 is pretty straightforward. Nonetheless, unexpected problems may also arise due to various factors. If for instance you’re attempting to share an audio file using an app that requires internet connection and then it fails, it’s likely due to a problematic internet connection.
Should this be the case, troubleshooting common internet problems such as slow connection, intermittent or unstable connection or no internet at all would be necessary. This denotes the need for you to perform the standard tweaks and workarounds to fix the transpiring internet problem on your device.
And that’s how to share audio files through the built-in audio-file sharing command in the Google Pixel 7 Files application.