Don't you know how to put music from Mac to your iPhone? This easy-to-understand tutorial will assist you in putting your music from Mac to iPhone.
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For many Apple users, it's natural to think of iTunes when putting music from Mac to iPhone is mentioned. However, when you sync music with iTunes, a window will pop up to remind you that your iPhone will be erased. It will be a nightmare to lose good music stored in your iPhone.
On the one hand, you want to put music from Mac to iPhone simply. On the other hand, you don't want to lose any original data on your iPhone. PrimoMusic comes here to help you to solve this problem.
PrimoMusic is a great application that makes it easy to put music from/to any Apple device. Only a few clicks will you put music from Mac to iPhone without losing any original data. It also enables you to manage and organize your music on your computer, including the genre of music, play counts, ratings and more.
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Before you start to put music from Mac to iPhone, you need to prepare these tools: an iPhone, a Mac, a USB cable and a music manager, PrimoMusic. Firstly, make sure that you have downloaded and installed PrimoMusic. (If not, click here) Follow it step by step:
Step 1: Run PrimoMusic > Connect iPhone to Mac with a USB cable.
Step 2: Click "Import To Device" > Add your music content.
Step 3: Choose the music you want to put to your iPhone > Choose the music-stored path.
Step 4: Click "Import" to complete it.
With the easy-to-understand steps, you will put music from Mac to iPhone effortlessly. PrimoMusic not only allows you to manage your music, but also enables you to manage movies, videos and other media content. It's a sound choice to manage media content freely with PrimoMusic.
Sissi A member of @PrimoSync team, love to go travelling and share some easy-to-follow tips about Apple related issues.