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Simple tips to Transfer Songs from iPhone to PC

Currently, iPhone is broadly used across the world, besides a cellphone, iPhone is much like an music player, a transportable movie theater, a game box, and all the programs you may need in your everyday life. Probably that's why iPhone is so common today.

 

 

As an music player, iPhone has a very best quality of actively playing music, and the iTunes supplies a variety of varieties of audio for you pick. However , how to transfer songs from iPhone to PC if there are actually just too many songs in your iPhone? It might just feel like an simple concern to reply, but if you prefer to find out how many solutions are accessible, that is not as uncomplicated as it appears like. I prefer to share several effortless strategies to transfer iPhone songs to PC with you.

 

 

Method 1: By iTunes

1. Hook up iPhone to PERSONAL COMPUTER.

2. Start the iTunes, and sync it with the iPhone.

3. Backup the songs from iTunes to personal computer.

 

 

Method 2: By iCloud

1. Install iCloud both on iPhone as well as personal computer. Install the Windows version if your PC is with Windows OPERATING SYSTEM.

2. Open the Sync function of the iCloud in the iPhone configurations.

3. Log in the iCloud with the Apple ID on the computer system, and you're able to handle your iPhone documents right now.

4. Choose the audio in your iPhone and sync them in your PC's iCloud, if you desire to put them in specific folders, you may download the audio to your local folder.

 

 

Method 3: By Email

1. Log in the E mail of iPhone.

2. Use the Zip Manager in your iPhone to compress your audio into a zip document.

3. Mail yourself an Email with the zip document in the attachment.

4. Receive the Email on your PC, and decompress the zip file and you may obtain the audio on your personal pc.

 

 

Method 4: By Online Storage Service

This technique is almost like using iCloud, but probably easier than using iCloud. As online storage solutions are thousands, I just set Windows SkyDrive as an example.

1. Install an online storage service like Windows SkyDrive both on your iPhone and PC.

2. Log in your iPhone's SkyDrive, add your chosen iPhone audio to transfer to PC.

3. Log in your PC's SkyDrive, and next download the files to your local folders.

 

 

Method 5: By Transfer Software

The iTransfer computer software is applied for transfer documents among i-devices, mobile devices and Computers. It is helpful specially when you have some documents which are not synced from the iTunes. Leawo iTransfer is really good transfer application, the transference is very rapid and effortless.

 

 

Step 1 Install Leawo iTransfer and run it, the application will observe you with "It's now safe to connect your i-devices". Hook up your iPhone to LAPTOP OR COMPUTER, the program will scan your iPhone immediately, the files will show in the software's window.

 

 

Step 2 Select the audio you need to transfer, hit the transfer button to get to the transfer options; or right-click the data and "Transfer" to "My Computer"; or instantly drag/drop the documents to the target files.

 

 

Step 3 In the transfer settings, choose location where you wish to put your data files, and then hit the "Transfer Now" button to start transfer.

 

 

Step 4 A dialog box comes out to notice the transfer progress with the progress bar. You should not disconnect while transferring, or the transfer will be discontinued. When the transfer finishes, the audio will show in your target folders.

 

 

The five strategies are just some basic ones, maybe you can find out more ways, just try them, you can find iPhone transfer is so straightforward. Among these strategies, Leawo iTransfer can be regarded as the swiftest and stablest solution, it cannot only transfer music from iPhone to PC, but also other files which you desire to transfer.

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