How to Copy iPhone Music to PC Easily and Fast
The hard external drive crashed and the only copy of the music was on your iPhone? In the daily life, you might encounter this kind of problem. In order to avoid losing songs forever, you are often inclined to backup iPhone music to PC. Thus, when songs on your iPhone are gone or deleted accidently, you still get them back from your computer quickly. However, the question is, how do you transfer iPhone music to PC?
When copying iPhone music to PC is mentioned, iTunes may come to your mind in a flash. At the same time, I guess, you are also clear about that although iTunes enables you to sync iTunes music to your iPhone, it doesn’ help you move music from iPhone to PC. In this case, a good choice you can take is to look for a third-party tool. Wondershare TunesGo (Windows) or Wonershare TunesGo (Mac), a nice designed iPhone to PC transfer, can do what iTunes can’t. With the help of it, you transfer not only iPhone music, but also movies, Podcast, iTunes U, audiobook and more to PC and iTunes..
Simple way to transfer iPhone music to PC
The following part tells you how to transfer iPhone music to PC with the Windows version. If you want to use the Mac version, download the Mac version and transfer iPhone music to Mac. Now, let’s get started!
Step 1. Install the program and connect iPhone to TunesGo
The first thing you should do is to download this iPhone to PC transfer on your PC. Then install and run it. Attach your iPhone to your PC via a USB cable. Once it’s connected, This iPhone to PC transfer will detect it automatically and then display it on the main interface.
Note: TunesGo supports many iPhones, namely, iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS. Besides, it’s compatible with iOS 5.0 and later.
Step 2. Copy iPhone music to PC
After that, in the primary window, click "Export Music to Folder" to transfer music to the computer. Or in the left directory tree, as you can see, the contents of your iPhone are shown in order. Click 'Media" and then click "Music", the first button at the top line. In the music window, select your wanted songs and choose "Export to". This will bring up a file browser window. By default, songs will be saved in "My Music". If you want to store them in another folder, choose one you like.
If you have synced iTunes before and get some playlists, you can export them to PC too. Choose "Playlist" in the left directory tree, and in the playlist management window, select the playlists you want. Then, click "Export to". Still, choose a folder to save the exported playlists.
Note: If you use the Mac version, you should know that this version doesn't let you transfer playlists from iPhone to your computer.
The process takes you less than a minute. Then songs will be backed up on your PC now.
In addition, apart from downloading iPhone music to PC, you can manage your photos and contacts on your iPhone. You are capable of importing contacts from Outlook 2003/2007/2010, Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail and Windows Address Book to your iPhone, and the other way around. You are able to transfer photos from computer to your iPhone and vice versa. If your Photo Library is fully of photos, you can export the Photo Library to your computer as well.