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Sync Playlists from most Music platforms to Model 3


May 17, 2019
So while this isn't an ideal setup, I figured out a way to sync all of my playlists from Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, Google Music and Amazon Music to my Model 3. It will cost a little bit of money but for a music lover with an extensive Playlist library, it is worth it to me. Here is what I had to do:

1). Upgrade to Slacker Premium
2). Sign into my Slacker account on Model 3
3). Sign up for Soundiiz (Soundiiz - Transfer playlists and favorites between streaming services)
4). Configure the Platforms I wanted to sync with Slacker Premium
5). Sync playlist with Slacker Accounht
6). Enjoy Playlist in Model 3 (sometimes you need to sign in/out of Slacker Account in Model 3 for it to refresh, other times the Model 3 refreshed Slacker automatically.

Again, while there is a cost for Slacker premium and Soundiiz, I was easily able to add about 30 of my playlists to my model 3. I also have some playlists through Apple Music that refresh everyweek. Soundiiz allows you to auto sync daily/weekly/monthly so you will not have to resync everytime there is a change.

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