Transfer music from iTunes to iPhone – How to Guide


Learn how to transfer music from iTunes to iPhone.
How to copy Music onto iPhone from iTunes with  Drag & Drop
Here mentioned some steps how to copy Music onto iPhone from iTunes with Drag & Drop:
Step 1: Download and install the latest version of iTunes
You can download iTunes for free from apple.com/itunes/download.
Step 2: Open iTunes and scan for Media
This will add your music files to your iTunes library.  Click the “Scan for Media” button on the iTunes welcome screen to begin scanning your computer.
Step 3: Add any additional music files to your library
You can add music to an iPhone from a single iTunes library.

  1. We can simply drag and drop music files and folders into the iTunes window to add them.
  2. Click the iTunes or File menu and select “Add to Library” or “Add file/folder to Library”.

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Step 4: Connect your iPhone to your computer and launch iTunes
We can easily see the iPhone appear as a button along the top row of the iTunes window.
Step 5: Select the items that you want to transfer to your iPhone
Highlight any songs, or playlists that you want to transfer.  To select the large block of songs hold Shift button. To select an each individual song, album or playlist that you want to transfer hold Ctrl/Cmd.
Step 6: Start dragging your selection
A sidebar will appear on the left side of the iTunes window with your iPhone listed under “Devices”.
Step 7: Drag the selection to your iPhone in the sidebar
Click the “Summary” option scroll down and make sure “Manually manage music and videos” are checked.
Step 8: Wait for the music to transfer
We can easily transfer a lot of songs. If the transfer fails, your iPhone may out of the storage.
SEE ALSOHow to transfer iPhone music to iTunes library, Mac
Another way of transferring music from iTunes to iPhone
Connect your phone to iTunes and do the following.

  1. On the Summary tab of your iTunes sync Settings check “Sync only checked songs and videos”.
  2. In your Music library check all the songs you want to sync to your phone.
  3. Make sure there are no exclamation points next to any of songs you want to sync to your phone.
  4. Make sure you have authorized your Computer for all Apple IDs for purchased music you want to sync to your phone (in Store >Authorize This Computer).
  5. Check “Sync Music” on the Music tab of your iTunes sync Settings.
  6. Sync your Phone.

How to transfer purchased Music
If the Music is “Purchased”, connect your phone to iTunes, right click on your device and select “Transfer Purchases”. That will transfer all of the purchased music, and apps to iTunes, and you don’t need any Software to do it.
How to view purchased iTunes Music
Go to iTunes>Purchased to view purchased iTunes Music on your iPhone. Plug your phone into PC/Mac and start up iTunes then select Music, check the songs you want, click Sync. Here given Another way of transferring music from iTunes to iPhone.
Connect your iPhone to your Mac. Open iTunes on your Mac. On the top left are little icons for music, film, tv, and your iPhone. Click on the iPhone icon. New menu screen pops up. On the left-hand side menu, click on Music. New mini screen pops up to the right it says “Sync” at the top. Click on the radio button that says “Entire music library”. Now you see that the beautiful sight of all your music loaded onto your iPhone.
For iPhone users, iTunes is one of the most powerful tools to transfer data from iTunes to iPhone, However, iTunes transfer songs to your iPhone which is not synced with iTunes library. Here given how to transfer music from iTunes to iPhone without sync.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to Computer
Using USB cable connect your iPhone to the Computer.
Step 2: Copy songs from iTunes to iPhone
Click “Music” button in the navigation bar. In the new window, click “Add” button and select “Add File” from the drop-down list. From the right side of the window, click iTunes > iTunes Media >Music. And then mark the songs you want to transfer from iTunes to iPhone. Done music had transferred from iTunes to iPhone.
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