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How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android

It's common that some iOS users lost their iPhone and have to purchase another smartphone, sometimes an Android. But, you may ask, is there any possibility for us to get back the precious music from my lost iPhone to my new Android? The answer is definitely yes. It becomes a piece of cake to transfer songs from iTunes to Android once you try TunesGo, not to mention transferring music from Android to iTunes. Below are some extraordinary features of TunesGo.

As an outstanding music transfer tool for smartphone, TunesGo supports Android and iOS. You can transfer music without difficulty. You will latter find that the song, as well as the album, artist, genre, etc. are listed in your Android. By the way, to move music from computer to Android is also allowed.
TunesGo – move iTunes music to your Android

After downloading TunesGo on your PC, please read the handy guide below.


Step 1 Download and install TunesGo on your computer
Setting up TunesGo and run it on your computer. Then, connect your Android to the computer via USB cable. And the software will start detecting your device.
Android Music Transfer between iTunes and Android
Note: iTunes is needed without doubt. Download one if you don't have it on your computer.

Step 2 Transfer Songs from iTunes to Android
When your Samsung detected, the device info will be shown on the interface. You will see "Music", "Movies" and "Playlists" shown under the iTunes list. Click "Music" on the interface and choose the songs as it is shown. Then, tap "Export", and the drop drop-down list will be shown for you to choose to transfer to computer, to iTunes or to device. Tap "Export to iTunes" and the progress starts.
Import iTunes Music to Android
Note: You can also transfer songs from playlist with this software. And different Android OS are supported, including Android 2.1 to Android 5.0.

That's it, to transfer music from iTunes to Android, you just need one Android phone, one iTunes, one USB cable, one computer and of course, one TunesGo. Why not download TunesGo and move iTunes songs to Android on your own.


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