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How to Transfer Music from Samsung to iPhone without iTunes

face Rob Parsons Updated on May 6, 2022 8:01 PM

You get a new iPhone for a change, that's great! You think of coping songs from the old Samsung Galaxy device over to iPhone instead of downloading the whole music library online one more time. This tutorial is specifically designed to show you how to transfer songs from Samsung to iPhone quickly and easily.

Way 1: Move music from Samsung to iPhone with Phone Transfer app

Apple is known for its walled garden of iOS, so it doesn't support direct data exchange with other external devices. Then, how do you transfer Samsung music to iPhone without any trouble?

Phone Transfer is something worth the absolute attention if you need to accomplish the migration task in the shortest possible time without losing data. It offers an easy way to move music tracks from Samsung to iPhone, complete with other items like contacts, messages, photos, videos among other things. Whether you are backing up phone data in your computer or restoring files from backup services like iCloud or OneDrive, Phone Transfer has you covered.

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Next, follow the step-by-step guide below to transfer all songs from Galaxy phone to new iPhone on your computer.

Step 1: Choose the phone to phone transfer mode

When Phone Transfer is running, the first thing you are going to do is select the green mode which says "Phone to Phone Transfer" on the main interface to proceed.

Next, connect your Samsung as well as iPhone to computer using USB cables. Please remember to turn on USB debugging mode on Samsung device and tap trust on iPhone.

Step 2: Mark music option scan results for Samsung phone

After two devices have been recognized and displayed on the pane, you can use Flip button to choose which phone to be the destination device or source device.

Next, check the "Music" option.

Step 3: Starting Samsung to iPhone music transfer process

Press the Start Copy button at the bottom center of the interface to begin the quick procedure of transferring songs from Samsung to iPhone. During the entire process, keep both devices well connected to get a smooth and complete transit.

Done! Also see: How to recover data files on iPhone

Way 2: Transfer music from Samsung phone to iPhone with iTunes

Apple's iTunes can also come in handy for transferring songs from an Samsung Galaxy to an iPhone. It might take more time to complete the task, but it works. Here's how to do.

  • Connect your Samsung Android device to the computer.
  • Find the music folder in your Samsung, drag the songs to a folder on your computer.
  • Connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes.
  • Go to top menu and click File and then Add Folder to Library.
  • In the opening dialog, choose the folder where you saved your Samsung songs to add them into iTunes music library.
  • Click on the Music section in the side bar.
  • Check the Sync Music box.
  • Check Entire music library if you're syncing your whole library, or check Selected playlists, artists, and genres and then select the playlist you made for your device if you're just syncing a playlist.
  • click Sync.

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When the sync is completed, click Apply and then the Done button.

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