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A Quick and Easy Way to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android Device

2014-06-03 15:22:12 / Posted by Jerry Cook to iTunes Alternatives
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iTunes offers over millions of fantastic songs. For those who have been using an iPhone, iPad or iPod for a long time, the majority of your digital music collection should be tied up inside iTunes. If you get an Android phone or tablet, you may want to transfer iTunes music to Android, thus sharing wonderful audios between Android and iOS devices.

However, Apple only allows iTunes to sync with its iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Moving iTunes music to Android needs some tricks. There are a few channels claiming to help transfer songs from iTunes library to Android, but all are just too intricacy. Below we will introduce the easiest and fastest method to get iTunes music onto Android devices - only 3 steps.

Note: Music download from iTunes is compatible with Android phones and tablets on most cases.

How to Transfer Music from iTunes Library to an Android Phone or Tablet

Some users may worry about whether it is possible to covert iTunes music to Samsung Galaxy S5. In fact, no matter whether your phone or tablet is Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, Droid Maxx, Google or other brands, the method below is suitable to it, plus Android OS, like Android 4.4, Android 3.0 to 4.4, Android 2.3 or earlier.

Here are the overall steps:

Step 1. Sync Music from iTunes Library to iPhone

First you need to sync iTunes songs with your iPhone (iPhone SE, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, whatever it is), the songs including the purchased music. This is easy to do through 2 regular ways: try a USB cable or Wi-Fi. We have dedicated the article to specify how to transfer music or other files from iTunes library to your iPhone, and you can refer to it for more details.

Note: You can also try an iPad or iPod instead of an iPhone. iTunes music cannot sync to iPhone? Try the top 10 tips to fix iTunes music not syncing.

The Apple iPhone supports the following audio formats:

AAC (16 to 320 Kbps), AIFF, AAC Protected (MP4 from iTunes Store), MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2-4), Apple Lossless, and WAV.

Step 2. Transfer iPhone Music to Computer

Go to get iPhone Data Transfer software and install it on your computer. It is the professional iOS data transfer software, and enables you to freely move all songs or playlists onto your computer.

Note: You cannot access your iPhone files directly on computer without the help of a third-party tool. iAny Transfer is the best choice.

Download iAny Transfer Software:

Free Trial
Secure Download Windows

Connect your iPhone to computer and run iAny Transfer. It will detect your iPhone and list all files. Select the songs or playlists and click on "Computer" on the right side. Specify a foler to save the transferred music on your computer.

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Step 3. Move Music from PC to Your Android Device

Then transferring music from computer to your Android phone or tablet is quite simple. Just connect your Android device to this computer via a USB cable. If the AutoPlay pops out, click on "Import pictures and videos" to open your device, and then drag or copy the music folder where you saved iTunes songs to your Android device.

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That's all there is to it - as easy as pie! There won't be data loss and damage on your iTunes, iPhone or Android device.

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