Transfer Music from iPhone to iPod with Ease
If you want to enjoy music on the go, both iPhone and iPod can meet your needs. Supposing you lost music on your iPod by syncing it with new iTunes library, fortunately you have all music on your iPhone. Therefore, you can' wait to transfer music from iPhone to iPod. Or you just purchased a cool new iPod and all your favorite songs are on your iPhone, so you want to import to your iPod. Or your friends saved plenty of beautiful songs on their iPhones, and now you're eager to export to your own iPod.
To achieve all of tasks mentioned above, you just need an easy-to-use iPhone to iPod transfer. Here are two options for you. One is Wondershare MobileTrans or Wondershare MobileTrans for Mac, a specially designed data transfer tool. It lets you transfer music on iPhone to iPod with a click. The other is Wondershare TunesGo. It lets you transfer songs from iPhone to iPod easily and quickly. Besides music, this iPhone to iPod transfer tool also empowers you to copy videos, playlists, contacts and photos from iPhone to iPod as well.
With MobileTrans or Wondershare MobileTrans for Mac, you can copy music from your iPhone to the iPod in 1 click. Apart from music, you can copy contacts, videos and photos simultaneously. As MobileTrans lets you transfer data from one phone to another running iOS, Symbian and Android, you can copy iPhone music to Android device too.
Note: The Mac version doesn't allow to transfer data to/from Nokia (Symbian) phone.
Download MobileTrans on your computer and install it. Now, lets' take the Windows version as an example.
Note:It supports iPhone and iPad running iOS 8/5/7/6, like iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPad air and more. Please check the supported iPhones and iPods and system requirements here.
Step 1. Launch MobileTrans on your computer
To start with, run MobileTrans on your computer to bring up the primary window. Click Phone to Phone Transfer.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone and iPod to the computer
Connect your both iPhone and iPod to the computer by using the USB cables. The two iDevices will be detected quickly. After that, you'll see the two iDevice on the primary window. Your iPhone is on the left, and your iPod shows up on the right. Between iPhone and iPod is "Flip" tab. It's used for changing the two iDevices' places.
If you want to delete all the music on your iPod to make room for iPhone music, you can tick "Clear data before copy". If you don't want to, keep it unchekced.
Step 3. Transfer iPhone music to iPod
Before transferring music, you need to remove the marks before calendar, text messages, videos, contacts and photos. Click "Start Copy" to begin the music transfer process. Remember to keep your iPhone and iPod connected.
Try MobileTrans to do the music transferring on your own.
I'll show you the simple steps about how to transfer iPhone songs to iPod with TunesGo. Please download this tool on your computer first.
Step 1. Launch this tool and connect your iPhone and iPod to computer
To get started, you should install and then launch this tool on your computer after downloading it. Then connect both of your iPhone and iPod to your computer with USB cables. This tool will detect and recognize your iPhone and iPod immediately as soon as they're connected. Then, you're able to view data on your iPhone and iPod from the left-side column.
Step 2. Copy music from iPhone to iPod
Now, let's export music on iPhone to your iPod. Click the little triangle before your iPhone. All contents on your iPhone will be shown. Then click "Media". In the media window, click "Music". After the music management window shows up on the right pane, you should choose your wanted songs. Under "Export to" is a inverted triangle. Click it. When the pull-down menu pops up, you ought to export to your iPod (Your iPod's name is shown in the pull-down menu). The iPhone to iPod transfer will start moving music.
Note: The Wondershare TunesGo supports many iPod and iPhone models that run iOS 8, 7, 6 & 5. To get more details about supported devices, you can click Tech Spec of TunesGo.
Well, it's done! You have already moved iPhone music to iPod. Now you can click your iPod>"Media">"Music" to check those imported songs.
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