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How to Transfer Music Between iPad and iTunes

2014-05-05 21:19:48 / Posted by to How to iPad
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iTunes, as a media player and library player, is used to play, download and back up music files. Through the iTunes Store, iPad fans can purchase songs, films, apps, games. As we know, transfer between iPad and iTunes is in dilemma. If you have lots of songs to copy from iTunes to iPad, you will lose your original music forever. If you want to copy music from iPad to iTunes, you will find it impossible because iTunes doesn't allow copy iPad music without purchasing from iTunes Store back to iTunes. You may be stricken by this. However, it seems easier with the assistance of a kind of transfer software named TransPhone and TunesGo.
With TransPhone, you can move music easily from iTunes to iPad without losing any data. With it, you can copy songs back from iPad to iTunes. This article will show you how to achieve transfer successfully with it.

Part 1: How to Transfer Music from iPad to iTunes with TransPhone?

Please download Windows Version of TransPhone from the left button, if your computer running Windows. If you use a Mac computer, please download the right button of Mac version. In the following part, I will show you steps about transferring music from iPad to iTunes. If you are a Mac users, go on with the similar steps.
Windows Version Mac Version

Step 1: Connect iPad with computer and Run the TransPhone onto Desktop
Install and run the TransPhone software. Connect iPad to computer via a USB cable. Then the device will be detected by the program automatically. Once it detected, the interface will pop up. As you can see, folders in iPad are on the left-side column and the iPad picture was showed in the interface beside the informations of iPad like type, color and more.
TransPhone for iPad

Note: you must launch and install your iTunes in computer before you transfer songs.

• Step 2: Sync Songs from iPad to iTunes
As you can see, the "Music" button is shown on the left side column, after you click it, the main interface will show all of you songs' informations which are saved in your iPad like the music name, time, album and more. Select what songs you want to listen in iTunes, after that, in the topmargin, it is easy to find the "To iTunes" button. Click it then you can also listen music in iTunes.
Transfer iPad Music to iTunes

Well, all songs have been moved from iPad to iTunes. You can play them and enjoy yourselves.

Part 2: How to Transfer Music from iTunes to iPad with TunesGo?

Please download trial Windows version from the button.
Windows Version Mac Version
Preparations: Install the apps onto your computer and then launch it. It is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista.
TunesGo Connection

• Step 1: Link up your iPad to computer
Run the apps in the computer. Link up your iPad to PC through USB cable. The program will detect your iPad immediately. If it's regonized, the interface will pop up like this.
TunesGo for iPad Transfer

• Step 2: Transfer music from iTunes
Click the "Playlist" button in the left-side column. All files in playlist will appear on the right window. Click the icon "Add" to bring up the pull-down list, and choose "Add iTunes Playlists".
Then a small window appears. Check music albums you want to move, and then click "OK".
Transfer Music from iTunes to iPad

OK. All songs have been moved to your iPad. This can allow you to enjoy music when you are on way.

Are you surprised that music transfer between iPad and iTunes seems much more effortless with TransPhone (Mac)? It can help you manage your photos, videos, apps, books as well.
Here is the free download entrance.

Windows Version Mac Version

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