How to Sync Music to iPad with No Loss
Have a bunch of music in iTunes library, and want to sync music to iPad, like iPad mini? However, you know that every time you sync music to iPod with iTunes library, you will lose the iPad songs added previously. It may frustrate you a lot. But, stop being sad. Here comes a versatile tool named Wondershare TunesGo (Windows). This nicely designed tool enables you to sync music and playlists on your computer and iTunes library to iPad seamlessly. In addition, this tool will convert any song with an incompatible format, like AAC, WMA and OGG, to songs in MP3 format.
As a Mac user, you can try Wondershare TunesGo (Mac). With its help, you can sync music on your Mac to iPad with ease.
Download this tool to sync music on iPad.
Note: Here, you can check the supported iPads, system requirements and others.
How to sync music to iPad
Below is the full guide about syncing music to iPad from the computer and iTunes library. First of all, install and run this tool on your computer. Then, you get this window.
Step 1. Connect your iPad with the computer by using a USB cable
Use your iPad's USB cable to connect your iPad with the computer. This tool will automatically detect your iPad once it's connected. After that, you can preview media, photos and other files on your iPod from the primary window.
Step 2. Sync music to iPad
Now, click "Media" in your iPad category. On the top line, click "Music" to get the music window. Click "Add" to bring up a file browser window. Browse your computer until you find the music you want to sync. Click "Open" to sync music to your iPad.
Or, under "Add" is an inverted triangle. Click it, and you get a pull-down list that offers you two choices. One is "Add Folder", the other is "Add Files". Click either to sync music files or music folder to your iPad.
What if you want to sync your favorite playlists on the computer or in iTunes library? It's easy too. Click "Playlist" in the left sidebar to show all playlists on your iPad on the right pane. Click the triangle under "Add". Likewise, you have two options: "Add iTunes Library" and "Add playlists from computer".
By clicking "Add playlist from Computer", you can browse your computer and sync playlists to your iPad. If you'd like to add playlists from the iTunes library, click "Add iTunes Library". In the pop-up window, choose your wanted playlists and click "OK" to sync them to your iPad.
Note: The Mac version supports syncing playlists to iPad, but it doesn't show playlists like the Windows version does. Besides, it doesn't support adding music or playlists in iTunes to your iPad.
That's the full guide about syncing music to iPad. Now, check the iPad. The music added previously must retain on your iPad. It's amazing, isn't it? With this tool, you need no more to worry about losing songs when syncing music files or playlists to your iPad.
Try this tool to sync songs to iPad!