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keep files android and Synology in sync?

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Hi,

I have a Samsung Galaxy s5 with an sd card of 120GB and would like to sync files to and from my Synology. Now I can donors but not really sync. Not just sync but also use the files in apps like music etc.
Can that be done?

Please advise.
Jan
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Hi janhoedt,

Grab Android app  DS cloud on your android device.

Find all detailed features about the app on below link:
https://www.synology.com/dsm/5.1/software_spec#DScloud

Thanks & Regards,
Krunal T. Tailor
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Ok, I know the app.
So I'd have to point to the music app storage of Android to sync the files of my synology music folder?
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Yes, You have to select the folder to sync the files.
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