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    Default How to Transfer iTunes Music to Android Phones/Tablets?

    Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android became the world's leading smartphone platform at the end of 2010. For the first quarter of 2012, Android had a 59% smartphone market share worldwide. At the half of 2012, there were 400 million devices activated and 1 million activations per day. Analysts point to the advantage to Android of being a multi-channel, multi-carrier OS.

    If you have purchased lots of songs from iTunes Store, you may want to transfer them to your Android device without paying for them twice. However, iTunes music cannot be directly transferred to any Android Phone or Tablet PC due to the Apple DRM copy protection. This article is going to demonstrate how to sync iTunes music with Android devices in two different ways.

    1. Transfer iTunes music to Android devices using doubleTwist

    a. Download and install doubleTwist. Launch the application.

    b. Click "Library -> Import iTunes Playlists" to add the playlists in your iTunes library.

    c. Connect your Android device to computer via a cable and enable USB Mass Storage Mode on your device.

    d. Drag and drop the playlist to your Android device in the "DEVICES" panel and start syncing. For instance, if you want to transfer the music tracks you purchased from iTunes store to your device, just drag and drop the playlist named "Purchased" to your device and start syncing.

    2. Convert iTunes music to MP3 for Android devices with TuneClone

    a. Download TuneClone and install it.

    b. Launch TuneClone. Click the "Settings" tab. In the pop-up window, you can specify output folder, output file name format, output format, etc for the output files.

    c. Create a new playlist in iTunes and add iTunes music to the playlist.

    d. In iTunes, Right click the playlist you just created and choose "Burn Playlist to Disc".

    e. In the pop-up window of "Burn Settings", select "TuneClon Virtual_CD-RW" from the "CD Burner" drop-down list, click the radio button next to "Audio CD" and tick "Include CD Text" option. Click "Burn" to start burning.

    f. Upon the completion of burning the disc and encoding the music, you can open the TuneClone manager screen to show all the converted music files. To locate the output folder, simply click the "Folder" tab on the interface.

    g. Connect your phone to computer via a cable and enable USB Mass Storage Mode on your device. Then you can transfer the output files to your device from the output folder.

    P.S. Android supports the following audio/video/still media formats:

    WebM, H.263, H.264 (in 3GP or MP4 container), MPEG-4 SP, AMR, AMR-WB (in 3GP container), AAC, HE-AAC (in MP4 or 3GP container), MP3, MIDI, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, WAV, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, WebP.
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    Thanks for the article... it is really an interesting article for me.
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    Thank you so much for your sharing.
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    nice really nice thing learnt
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    Thanks for the guide, I think you should use a data transfer tool that allows data transfer between android and iOS.
    Firstly move the data from itunes to pc and then transfer them to android phone, here is a guide, transfer music from itunes to android. Hope it helps.
    Last edited by Fellarll; 09-01-2017 at 07:32 AM.
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    Mobile Phone Transfer tool provides users a good way to transfer data bewteen smartphones. If you want to transfer iPhone music to Android, you can download and run the tool on your computer and connect both devices and transfer directly with clicks.
    http://www.android-mobile-manager.co...o-android.html
    Last edited by Kolpoiu; 11-01-2017 at 03:15 AM.
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    you can download music from iTunes to the computer first, and then transfer to android devices.
    Here is an easy way to do so.
    Also via Google Play, transfer music from iTunes to Android.
    iOS transfer, an iTunes alternative can help you transfer music from iTunes to Android in an easy way.
    Last edited by Burdenred; 05-03-2017 at 08:40 AM. Reason: improve answer
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    Thanks for sharing, nice work. If you want to transfer music to Android phone or Android tablet, I think you can through the iTunes, or download the music on computer, and then use an Android data transfer program to help you, it can save you a lot of time on a long list of songs.
    Last edited by smalling123; 27-10-2017 at 03:03 AM.
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    Nice guide! The way to transfer music from iTunes to Android phone/tablet, maybe a Android assistant tool can help you. It can allow you to import music from iTunes or computer to your phone, so you follow the way to help you. And it is not difficult to do, just try it.
    Last edited by deveauwelle32; 17-01-2018 at 06:52 AM.
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    Thanks!
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