Hi Guys welcome to 123myIT! In this video, we will show you how to copy music from Android to iPhone, iPad and even iPod touch.
Guys this is the official way that Apple recommends to transfer you Music from Android to iPhone. However, you will need a computer to copy the music to first. Therefore, it can be a PC or a Mac.
If you need to transfer all your other files such as Contacts, Photos, Videos and Messages. I have already done a video for this and will put a link here.
The first step is to connect your Android device to your computer and find your music. On most devices, you can find these files in Music. On a Mac, you will need to install Android File Transfer, you can find the link on the 123myit.com website under downloads. Once you are on the Downloads page just scroll down to where it says, Android File Transfer. Then click on Download now and install the Android File Transfer software. Drag it across into your Applications folder. Once installed. Click on Go and Applications and open the Android File Transfer software. You might need to tap Allow on your Android device to give the computer access to your music folder. Close your windows and tap on the Android Transfer Software at the bottom of the screen.
Awesome you should now see the complete list of folders on your Android device. Find your music folder and drag it to the Computer desktop.
Unplug your Android
Once your music is copied, you can unplug your Android device you are finished with it now. Next, Plug in your iPhone iPad or iPod. Open up your Apple Music or iTunes. Then drag your Music folder from the Desktop into your Music or iTunes. Once that is done minimise your Music or iTunes app and the click on Go and Computer. Click on your iPhone and click on Pair if you have not done this already. Next click on the Music tab and put a tick in Sync music, then you can select Entire music library or you can do selected Albums. Once you are finished just click Apply, then go back into your iPhone and click Sync.
Cool, unplug your iPhone and check if your music copied across.
Copying the Music on PC
The process is the same on PC but you will need to download iTunes. Open up the Android device in Windows explorer and copy the music folder to your Computer Desktop. To download iTunes you can Google it or I have put a direct link on the 123myit.com website under Downloads. Just scroll down to where is says iTunes download.
Once installed you can open it up and remove your Android device. Plug in your iPhone and tap Trust. Drag your Music folder from the Desktop into your iTunes app. In iTunes click on your iPhone then select Music and again you will have the options to choose Entire music library or Selected Playlists. Once done click Apply then click Sync. Go ahead, remove your iPhone now, and check the Music has copied across.
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