"I just bought a new iPad air, and have no prior experience, how to transfer my music, photos, movies and other files to my iPad?"
"I have an individual playlist (or an album), I want to move them to my iPad using iTunes, how can I do it?"
No matter you are new to Apple's iDevice or not, if you want to transfer your personal music or other content to your iPad and you don't know what to do, you can always find an answer here - use iTunes or 3rd-party application to sync your files to your iPad.
iTunes is usually the first choice when it comes to manage your iDevices, normally you will need at least 4 steps to transfer your music, photo, videos or apps to your iPad.
Adding your personal music, videos, playlists, or photos to iTunes is quite simple, just drag them to iTunes's panel, and they will be instantly imported.
Plug in your iPad via the USB charging cable, and iTunes show your iPad's summary screen. If iTunes doesn't immediately display your device, click the "Devices" button in the upper right corner of the iTunes window.
Then click the Music, Video or App tabs at the top of the iTunes window and find what you can stream to you iPad, then click "Apply" at the bottom.
Please note that although iTunes can be handy when you transfer new files from iTunes to iPad, it could be time-consuming and will erase the songs that have already stored in your iPad. Well, if you don't want to lose anything that stored on your iPad while importing new songs, you can turn to iAny Transfer, which can transfer music, playlist, movies, and photos without deleting the previous data on your iPad.
iAny Transfer is an advanced iTunes alternative for PC users. It has all the features you need to manage your iPad, but can also do cools things that iTunes can't do, like transferring iPad data to/from PC, syncing files between multiple iDevices, even can enable you to backup your iPad or restore it.
Just follow the instructions below.
After successfully connect your iPad, iAny Transfer will recognize it automatically. Please hit on "Trust" in the pop-up menu on your iPad when you're required.
If you want to transfer some individual videos, just select "Music <- Media" on the left, and then click the "Add" button (as marked red in the following picture), you can then choose the songs stored on your computer and move them to your iPad.
Please note that you can transfer other files like music, playlist, photos, contacts, Apps to your iPad air in similar ways.
This guide applies to all iPad models, including iPad air, iPad mini 2, iPad 4, iPad mini and the new iPad.comments powered by Disqus