How to Copy a Song to Windows Phone Music Hub/Library using C#?

Published on September 15, 2013 by abundantcode

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Below is a sample code snippet that demonstrates how to copy a song (audio) to the Windows Phone hub/library Programatically using C#.

How to Copy a Song to Windows Phone Music Hub/Library using C#?

Uri songUri = new Uri("test.mp3", UriKind.RelativeOrAbsolute);

SaveFileToIsolatedStorage(songUri, "test.mp3");

MediaLibrary lib = new MediaLibrary();

SongMetadata metadata = new SongMetadata

{

GenreName = "Super Hit Songs",

Name = "Song 1",

AlbumName = "My Collections",

AlbumArtUri = new Uri("ApplicationIcon.png",UriKind.RelativeOrAbsolute)

};

MediaLibraryExtensions.SaveSong(lib, songUri, metadata, SaveSongOperation.CopyToLibrary);

The SaveFileToIsolatedStorage is explained in the How to Save File to Isolated Storage in Windows Phone 8? Article

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