Transferring playlists such as songs, photos, videos, etc. from iTunes library to iPhone/iPod/iPad is not a new feature, but why on earth do you here and asking "How to Transfer Music from iTunes to iPod"? Guess you might come across with the following trickled issues when syncing your iTunes music library with your Apple device:1. Don’t want your existing song on iPod to be overwritten by iTunes.
So true, iTunes has received more complaints than any other program, operating system or app in recent years. Many of us would rather choose an alternative app which can transfer a massive collection of music and other iTunes lists to iDevice more efficiently and simply. If this is what you wish for, iPhone Transfer is a tool that allows you to do all of that.
Go to "Media" on the left sidebar, and then select "Music" on the top of the menu bar. Click on "Add" > "Add File" / "Add Folder", then a new window will pop up where you can add songs from the local iTunes library folder on your computer. After choosing the songs you want to add to iPod, you can transfer all selected items to iPod within minutes. Please note that all files will be automatically converted to the correct formats once added to your device.
Note: To access iTunes music files on computer, here is how to do: For Mac users: tap on Go > Home > Music > iTunes. For Windows users: Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
Congratulation! You have finished all steps nicely and go enjoy the music on iPod now. Admit it or not, iPhone Transfer does offer a better choice for those who despises iTunes. Download it and have a try now!
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