How to Transfer Android Music from/to iTunes Library?
We can enjoy great fun with iTunes due to its powerful ability to store and manage media files. It provides almost 28 million songs for users to enjoy on their computers, iPhone, iPad and iPod any time and any where. iTunes helps us a lot to play music, export and import multiple music files, download favorite songs and manage playlists, etc. However, since there are more and more people choose to use Android device, which is also a good device for storing and enjoying music. As a result, here comes the need to transfer music files from iTunes to Android, or from Android to iTunes. The bad news is tat iTunes has the restriction of file syncing, which means that it only allows you to sync with iPad, iPhone and iPod. We can directly sync music from iTunes to Android. For some Android users, they also have the need to transfer multiple and wonderful songs to iTunes. Then, how can we do the music transfer between Android and iTunes?
Try searching solutions from Internet, you may find several means to realize the music transfer. But in the article, we just share you with the easiest way. You can fully depend on Coolmuster Android Assistant (for all Windows versions) or Coolmuster Android Assistant for Mac (Mac OS X 10.10 or later), which is a professional and handy Android Transfer program which is specially designed for you to transfer music files from iTunes to Android, or from Android to iTunes library flawlessly. It is worth mentioning that, apart from songs, Android Assistant also enables you to export and import photos, videos, books, contacts and text messages as well without any quality loss. On with simple 3 steps, you can go through the music transfer between iTunes and Android smartphone or tablet with ease.
In the following paragraph, we will show you how to use Android Assistant to copy music files from Android device to iTunes library. The marvelous tool is able to run with both Windows and Mac platforms and the steps are almost the same. So, you just need to choose the right version of the program downloaded on your computer and refer to the following guide to get all your songs transferred from Android to iTunes.
Begin The Trip of Moving iTunes Music (Songs) from Android Device
Step 1. Launch the transfer tool and connect Android phone
After downloading and installing the Android Assistant, launch it on your computer. Connect your Android phone to the same computer with a USB cable. Once the connection is successful, the program will detect it automatically. You may need to enable USB debugging on your device at first. If you have done it already, you can directly skip to the next step.
Follow the below instruction to enable USB debugging:
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
Once the USB debugging is enabled, the parameter information of your phone, including phone model, system version and storage space size will be shown in the main interface like below.
Step 2: Transfer music from Android to computer
On the top of the panel, all your Android data is displayed in categories, including Contacts, SMS, Photos, Videos, Music, Apps, etc. Open "Music" folder and preview all the songs listed here. Mark the music files you want and click the button of "Export". After that, all the selected music files will be transferred to computer successfully.
Note: Please keep your Android phone connected with your computer all the time until the data transferring finishes.
Step 3. Start to copy Android music to iTunes
Launch the iTunes app on your computer. From the "File" menu, choose "Add File to Library" or "Add Folder to Library" and navigate to the exported Android music that you want to add to iTunes.