Do you want to copy music from iPad to computer for backup? This tutorial will help to fix the problem in minutes.
iPad Pro (including the new 9.7-inch model) is greatly loved by people, and you may have the one that you are accustomed to sync music and other media files from your computer. On the contrary, if you want to copy your iPad music to your computer for backup, what should to do next?
In this tutorial, PrimoMusic can help you copy all music flies from your iPad Pro to computer for backup in two steps.
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As a professional iPad music manager, PrimoMusic offers an effective way to help you copy your music and other media files from iPad to your computer with quick steps. Furthermore, it also enables you to do these things bellow:
1.Playlists, movies transfer from iPad to computer. PrimoMusic allows users copy playlists, movies and TV shows from your iPad Pro (including the new 9.7-inch model)/iPad Mini/iPad Air to your computer and vice versa.
2.Suitable for all iOS devices. PrimoMusic enables you transfer music files among all iOS devices.
3.Rebuild your iTunes Library. PrimoMusic can rebuild your iTunes library that you have collected on your computer, even with your playlists, ratings and play counts.
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Download and install PrimoMusic on your computer right now, and here are the details about how to copy your music files from your iPad Pro to your computer with it.
Step 1. Open PrimoMusic interface > Connect iPad Pro/iPad Mini/iPad Air to computer with a USB data.
Step 2. Click "Export to Mac" on the left panel of interface> Choose the songs you want to transfer.
Step 3. Click "Export" button to copy iPad songs to computer.
As you can see, it is done after two steps with PrimoMusic! So you need not take a long time to study the complicated tutorials any longer. What's more, PrimoMusic also can help you transfer music from iPhone to computer directly and some related tips are as follows for your reference.
Yuri A young but experienced iPhone Pro Tip editor at @PrimoSync, also a hiking lover for couple years. Enthused by sharing daily tips on all Apple related topics.