Don't know how to move your music from iTunes to your iPhone synced with another computer? This article will show you a convenient way to work out the problem.
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"How do I move music from iTunes to iPhone when the iPhone is synced with another computer (don't want to erase the original songs on my iPhone)?" As an iPhone user, you may also have encountered the same situation. Then how do you do next?
As an all-round media manager, iTunes empowers you to transfer your music iTunes to iPhone definitely. However, if you want to move music from iTunes to your iPhone synced with another iTunes library, the original data on your iPhone will be erased. As this time, you can try PrimoMusic to solve the problem.
You should prepare these things to move music from iTunes to iPhone:
As an all-inclusive iPhone music transfer, PrimoMusic has the powerful ability to help you move your music from iTunes to your iPhone with ease and fast and you never worry about the original data on your iPhone get lost. It has no limitations of computer authority and you can move your music between your iOS devices (including iPhone, iPad and iPod) and your computer.
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Downloading and installing PrimoMusic on your computer right now, you can easily move your music from iTunes to your iPhone with the detailed steps bellow:
Step 1. Connect iPhone to computer with a USB cable > Open PrimoMusic on computer.
Step 2. Click "Import Device" > Select songs you want to transf
Step 3. Click "Import" button to move iTunes songs to your iPhone.
With PrimoMusic, you also can transfer your iPhone music to your iTunes with few steps. What's more, it can rebuild your music collection on your computer, including playlists, music classifications and music ratings. The related music transfer tips bellow may help you.
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.