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How to Transfer Playlist from iTunes to iPhone

Athryn Mitchell

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"I've backed up all my playlists to iTunes since I am going to get a new iPhone 6. But I found that I couldn't copy my playlists from library to the new iPhone. Is there any solution to transfer playlist from iTunes to iPhone?"

It's known to all that we can transfer iTunes playlists to iPhone. It seems pretty easy and convenient. But, during the syncing process, iTunes will remove all the existing lists that you've already saved in your iPhone. If you're not aware of that before you click "Remove and Sync", surely you'll feel pretty upset and annoyed. If you are going to merge the existing playlists and the new ones, I'll suggest you to use TunesGo.

TunesGo is capable to solve your problem on how to transfer playlist from iTunes to iPhone. It can do what iTunes can't. If you don't want to lose any playlist or other data during the transferring, definitely you need to try to use TunesGo. With this program, you can also transfer music from iTunes to iPhone.
TunesGo – merge your playlist flexibly

You can get help from TunesGo on how to transfer a playlist from iTunes to iPhone without being removed in Just 2 simple steps.

Step 1 Download and Install TunesGo on PC
After downloading and installing TunesGo on your computer, just run it on your computer. After that, connect your iPhone to computer via USB cable. And you will see the below interface. Make sure that the USB cable is well connected to the computer.
TunesGo Main Window

Step 2 Export iTunes Playlist to iPhone 6 Plus
After iPhone 6 Plus detected, it will be shown on the main interface. On the left side of the software, you can find your device name. Choose the playlist you'd like under iTunes list. Then, click "Export" on the top, and export to iPhone.
Transfer Music to iPhone from iTunes
Note: Different Android OS are supported, including Android 2.1 to Android 5.0, and iOS 5 to iOS 8.3.

It's a simple and succinct way to transfer your playlists from iTunes to iPhone. You can also use TunesGo to transfer music from iTunes to iPhone so that you can get everything back to your new iPhone. You can download this mighty tool below now!

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