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#SMLoadr

A streaming music downloader.

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SMLoadr is a program for downloading music from streaming music services.

It is intended for educational and private use only, and not as a tool for pirating and distributing music!

Remember that the artists and studios put a lot of work into making music - purchase music to support them.

Features

Supported sites

Supported platforms

How to use (Windows)

Run it as admin if you get "EPERM: operation not permitted..." error!

###Interactive:

Double click the exe :)

###CLI:

.\SMLoadr-win-x64.exe -q "MP3_128" -p "DOWNLOADS/" "http://www.deezer.com/album|artist|playlist|profile|track/0123456789"

How to use (Linux/MacOS)

See "How to use (from source)" to run it on ARM devices like the Raspberry Pi.

###Interactive:

chmod +x SMLoadr-linux-x64
./SMLoadr-linux-x64

###CLI:

chmod +x SMLoadr-linux-x64
./SMLoadr-linux-x64 -q "MP3_128" -p "DOWNLOADS/" "http://www.deezer.com/album|artist|playlist|profile|track/0123456789"

How to use (Android)

Installing SMLoadr on Android is a little bit complicated :/ It is somewhat unsupported. If you need help, tag @sudoHackr in Telegram, and don't expect many people to help you.

1. Install Termux

In order to run SMLoadr on Android you have to install Termux.

2. Install dependencies

Run Termux and enter these lines in the given order (If it asks you if you want to continue, enter y):

pkg update
pkg upgrade
pkg install nodejs git

3. Download

First download the latest version from the repo:

git clone --depth 1 https://git.teknik.io/SMLoadrDev/SMLoadr.git

4. Install

Move files and remove unnecessary ones:

mv SMLoadr/{package.json,SMLoadr.js} ./
rm -r SMLoadr

Now we install what we've downloaded:

npm install

Patch openurl:

sed -i 's/linux/android/' node_modules/openurl/openurl.js

5. Setup storage

In order to let SMLoadr download to the right folder, we need to setup storage for Termux:

termux-setup-storage

Now we trick SMLoadr into downloading to the public storage:

mkdir ~/storage/shared/SMLoadr
ln -s ~/storage/shared/SMLoadr DOWNLOADS

6. Run

Last but not least run the app (downloaded files will be in a folder named SMLoadr in public storage):

node SMLoadr.js

7. Updating

To update it, run step 3 and step 4

How to use (from source)

To run it from source download the repo and execute the following commands in the directory:

npm i
node SMLoadr.js

CLI parameters

Parameter Short Default Supported values Description
--quality -q MP3_320 MP3_128/MP3_320/FLAC The quality of the files to download
--path -p DOWNLOADS/ Path with / in the end The path to download the files to
--url -u or nothing album/artist/playlist/profile/track url Downloads single deezer url
--downloadmode -d single all for "downloadLinks.txt" Downloads multiple urls from list
--help -h Nothing Shows the CLI help

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Disclaimer


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