Few Days Back Google Music Beta got Live For U.S. but it is still in it’s beta phase for other countries but for those who want to have a sneak peek to Google Music and try it before it goes live here is a way out. Why you should opt for Google Music is simple because it is a cloud service where you can upload all your favorite music to the cloud and listen to it on your Android device which you can find here.
Now here is a tutorial on how to use Google Music outside United States. For this you will need couple things. To start with you we’ll be using the Tor, a proxy software. Also, you’ll need to have to edit a file and try out the tool. You’ll also need the Google Music app on your Android device, which you can get by looking for it on Google. Download Tor Browser Bundle for your operating system from here.
STEP 1: Launch Tor
- You will see the Vidalia control panel. Wait for it to get connected and the select ‘View the Network’.
STEP 2: Step Place As U.S
- A new dialog box will open. Look for a U.S flag on the left hand side and right-click on it. Select copy and click on Fingerprint. That U.S flag thing is called a Node.
STEP 3: Editing The File
- Now, close the Network Map and go back to the Vidalia control panel and click on Settings. Head over to the Advanced tab and look for ‘Edit torrc file’ on the page. Select it and a text editor should open.
- You need to add two lines and paste the copied Node to this page. Add the lines, ExitNodes “your copied node” and StrictExitNodes 1. It should look like this.
FINAL STEP: Apply and Save
- Apply and Save and restart Tor and wait for it’s browser to open. Now go to music.google.com and see if you can login. If it works, then close the Tor browser and use any of your favorite browser to set up Google Music. You’ll also have to download a desktop client for Google Music, which will be available to you once you Sign up or Login.
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