How to Import Music From iTunes to Android?

Do you want to import your music from iTunes to your Android device? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it.

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Introduction

Apple’s iTunes software is a wonderful music management program that gives you the ability to buy, download, and organize your digital music files. However, if you’re an Android user, you may find it difficult to transfer your iTunes music to your new device.

There are a few different ways that you can import your iTunes music into Android, and we’ll walk you through each one.

iTunes Match

If you have an Apple Music subscription, you can use iTunes Match to access your music library on any device. iTunes Match will upload your music to the cloud, and you’ll be able to stream or download it from any supported device.

To use iTunes Match, open the Music app on your Android device and sign in with your Apple ID. Once you’re signed in, all of your music should be available for streaming or downloading. If you see a song that’s grayed out, that means that it’s not available in the iTunes store and can’t be uploaded to the cloud.

Google Play Music

If you don’t want to pay for an Apple Music subscription, you can use Google Play Music instead. Google Play Music is a free service that lets you upload up to 50,000 songs from your computer and stream them on any supported device. You can also buy songs from the Google Play Store and add them to your collection.

To get started with Google Play Music, download the app on your Android device and sign in with your Google account. Once you’re signed in, tap the “Upload Music” button and select the files that you want to upload. It may take a few minutes for your songs to appear in the app.

Manually Copying Files

If you don’t want to use either of those services, you can always copy your music files over manually. To do this, connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable and open the folder where your iTunes files are stored. On a Windows PC, this will usually be in \Users\username\Music\iTunes\. On a Mac, it will be in /Users/username/Music/.

What you need

You can sync your iTunes music collection to your Android phone using the Google Play Music app. First, download the app on your phone. Then, sign in with the same Google account you used to purchase your music on iTunes. Once you’ve signed in, all of your purchased music should appear in the app. If it doesn’t, you can manually upload your iTunes library by selecting the “Upload songs to Google Play” option in the app settings.

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Export your iTunes library

One of the best things about owning an Android device is how flexible it is. Unlike an iPhone, you can easily transfer music from your iTunes library over to your Android phone or tablet. Here’s how to do it.

First, open up iTunes on your computer and go to the “Library” section. From here, click on “File,” then “Library,” and then “Export Library.” This will export your entire iTunes library as a single XML file, which contains all of your playlists and song information.

Next, connect your Android device to your computer via USB. Once it shows up in Windows Explorer or Finder (on a Mac), simply copy over the XML file that you exported from iTunes. On your Android device, open up the Music app and go to the “Settings” menu. From here, tap on “Import & Export,” and then select “Import from SD Card.” Find the XML file that you copied over, tap on it, and wait for everything to be imported.

And that’s it! All of your music should now be available on your Android device. Enjoy!

Copy your iTunes library to your Android device

You can move your iTunes music library to an Android device by connecting the two devices and copying the files directly, or by using a third-party application to transfer the files for you.

Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.
Open iTunes and select “Edit” from the menu bar.
Click “Preferences.”
Click the “Devices” tab.
Check “Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically.”
Click “OK.”
Eject your iOS device from iTunes.
Open the Music folder on your Android device. This will likely be in the Device Storage > Internal Storage > Music folder. If you can’t find it, create a new folder called Music in the Internal Storage directory.
Connect your iOS device to your computer with a USB cable and open iTunes.
Select your iOS device in iTunes.
Click the “Summary” tab if it isn’t already selected.
Check the “Manually manage music and videos” option under Options. This setting is required to enable manual management of music on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, which is necessary to allow you to transfer files from iTunes to your Android device without automatically syncing all of your content. If you don’t see this option, make sure that you’ve selected the summary tab for your iOS device as described in step 6 above. In some versions of iTunes, this option may be labeled as “Manually manage music.” Click Apply (or Sync) when prompted to apply these changes to your connected iOS device.

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Your iOS device will now appear as a mass storage drive in File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac). You can now copy any music files that you want from your computer into this folder on your Android device just as you would copy any other file type between storage devices

Install the doubleTwist app on your Android device

1. Download and install the doubleTwist app on your Android device.

2. Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.

3. On your computer, open iTunes and select your device in the left sidebar.

4. Click the “Summary” tab and check the “Manually manage music and videos” box if it’s not already checked.

5. Click “Apply” and then “Sync.”

6. Drag and drop the music files you want to transfer from your iTunes library onto the doubleTwist window. Ringtone files must be placed in the “Ringtones” folder on your device for them to appear in the ringtone list; otherwise, they will be treated as regular music files.

Set up doubleTwist to sync with iTunes

You can set up doubleTwist to sync with iTunes using a USB cable or Wi-Fi connection.

To sync using a USB cable:

1. Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.
2. Open doubleTwist and go to Settings > Sync & Backup > Sync Method.
3. Select Sync via USB.
4. Tap the Connect button. A message will appear on your device asking you to Allow USB debugging. Tap OK to continue.
5. Your device should now be listed in the left sidebar in doubleTwist. If it’s not, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you’ve granted doubleTwist permission to access your device’s storage (Android 6+).
6. Click the iTunes icon in the left sidebar and then select what you want to sync: music, playlists, podcasts, or videos. You can also choose to sync all of your iTunes content or only selected playlists, artists, or genres.
7_ Click the Start sync button at the top of the screen to start syncing your content

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Transfer your music from iTunes to doubleTwist

Whether you just switched from an iPhone to an Android phone or you’re looking to freshen up your music library, here’s how to transfer your music from iTunes to your new Android phone.

First, you’ll need to download the free doubleTwist app on your Android phone. Once doubleTwist is installed, open the app and sign in with your Google account or create a new one.

Once you’re signed in, connect your Android phone to your computer via a USB cable. On your computer, open iTunes and select your device from the menu bar. Then, click “File > Library > Export Library.” Choose a location for the exported file and click “Save.”

Next, open doubleTwist on your computer and click the “Sync” tab. Then, click “Add Folder” and select the folder that contains your exported iTunes library. Once the folder is added, click “Start Sync” to begin transferring your music from iTunes to doubleTwist.

Finally, once the sync is complete, disconnect your Android phone from your computer and open the doubleTwist app on your device. Your iTunes music will now be available in the app!

Enjoy your music on your Android device

importing your music from iTunes to your Android device is easy! All you need is a USB cable and a computer with iTunes installed. Here’s how to do it:

1. Connect your Android device to your computer using a USB cable.

2. Open iTunes and select the “Library” tab.

3. Select the music you want to export and drag it to the “Android” folder in your file explorer.

4. Disconnect your Android device from your computer and enjoy your music!

Troubleshooting

If you’re having trouble importing music from iTunes to your Android device, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that you have the latest version of the iTunes software installed on your computer. Then, try connecting your Android device to your computer using a different USB cable. If that doesn’t work, try using a different USB port on your computer. Finally, if all else fails, you may need to uninstall and then reinstall the Android File Transfer application on your computer.

Conclusion

Here’s how to import music from iTunes to your Android device:

1. Connect your Android device to your computer and open iTunes.
2. Select the music you want to copy from iTunes and drag it over to your Android device.
3. Eject your Android device from your computer and enjoy your music!

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