PC to iPhone Transfer: Transfer Music from PC to iPhone (iPhone 6S/Plus and iOS 9 Supported)

By Andre Cooper on October 2, 2015 18:15:00 PM.

"I have iphone 6S and i want to transfer songs from pc to iphone but i dont know how should I go. please help me out."

It’s been a while since Apple released iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. Many people have bought one or even two by now. If you’re using iPhone 6S for music entertainment on-the-go, then you should probably think of how to transfer music from computer to iPhone 6S.

When it comes to how to transfer music from computer to iPhone, for most of us, it is not a tough problem troubling us, because we know we can easily make it with iTunes. The real problem troubling us is that during syncing with iTunes, we will lose the existing media files on our iPhone like music, ringtones, and playlist, etc.

Erasing the previous songs on iDevice was the biggest complaint about iTunes before iTunes 12, but it has been changed with the release of iTunes 12. The new iTunes is fitted with a new feature named "Add To" (iTunes 12.2.2 has renamed it as "Edit Playlist"), which allows you to add media files like music, ringtones, Podcasts, movies, from computer or iTunes library to iDevice without erasing existing items on iDevice. Absolutely, this is limited to that your iTunes library have all the songs on your iDevice, or they still will be erased because of Apple's copyright protection.

Sync iPhone music with iTunes

Basically, there are 2 simple ways to transfer music from computer to iPhone.

How to Transfer Music from Computer to iPhone

Are you looking for an alternative to iTunes for copying all kinds of files from PC to your iPhone, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus? If you want another way to copy music, videos, photos, audiobook, podcast and more from computer to your iPhone without iTunes, this PC to iPhone Transfer Tool is an awesome option. It is packed full of features designed to make managing your iPhone, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S (Plus) as simple as possible.

Download and have a try the professional Computer to iPhone Music Transfer Software. It supports the latest iOS 9 (also compatible with older iOS versions) and iTunes 12.

Step 1Run PC to iPhone Transfer and connect iPhone to PC

Click Download below to download PC to iPhone Transfer Tool and install it on your computer. Run it and connect your iPhone with your computer via your iPhone USB cable. In a second, you can see that your iPhone appear in the main window of PC to iPhone Music Transfer.

Connect PC to iPhone Music Transfer

Step 2Import music from PC to iPhone

To import music, videos, TV shows, music videos, Podcasts, iTunes U, and Audiobooks, click Media in the sidebar. And then in the Music window, click the triangle below Add to select Add File or Add Folder.

If you're planing to pick somg music from your collection to your iPhone, select Add File. When all your wanted songs are in a folder, click Add Folder. Next, click Open to transfer songs to your iPhone. The progress will last a few seconds.

Transfer Music from PC to iPhone

You can create playlists and add music and video,etc. to your iDevices. Click Playlist to create a new playlist, then click the Add button to import music from your PC to iPhone.

Copy Playlist from PC to iPhone

Add Music from Computer to iPhone via iTunes

Learn how to manually add specific music onto your iPhone from PC. By default, iTunes manages the content of your iTunes library (including your music, TV shows, movies, and more) manually, which gives you control over the content you want to take with you on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. This is useful if your iTunes library contains more items than can fit on your device.

Please Note: When you have iCloud Music Library turned on, you can't manually manage music. You can still manage videos using the steps below. How to manually add items from comptuer to iPhone?

Step 1Connect your device to your computer.

Launch iTunes and connect connect your iPhone to PC via a USB cable(s).

Step 2Choose the content that you want to add to your device from your iTunes library.

Connect iPhone to Computer to Transfer Music from PC to iPhone

Drag the content to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. A panel should appear. Locate your device. If the music you want to transfer onto your iPad are not in your iTunes library yet, click “Add to Library” on the File menu in iTunes

Import Music from iTunes Library on PC to iPhone

If you're using an iPhone, you can only add music or video from a single iTunes Library.

If you can't manually add or remove content from iTunes on PC to your iPhone.
Check to make sure that the "Manually manage music and videos" option is turned on:

Step 1Connect your device to your computer.

Open iTunes. Connect your device to your computer. Locate and click on your device.

Locate your iPhone to make PC to iPhone Music Transfer

Step 2In the left sidebar, click Summary.

Click Summary and scroll down to the Options section. Click the box next to "Manually manage music and videos."

Manually manage music and videos to transfer music from pc to iPhone

Step 3Click Apply.

You might see a message that your device is synced with another library. This means that you've used a different computer to sync your device in the past, and iTunes can't sync without first erasing and replacing all iTunes content on your device.

More information about the iTunes Alternative -- PC to iPhone Music Transfer:

Easily Transfer Anything on iPhone, iPod or iPad to iTunes & PC
1. Transfer songs, videos, playlists, iTunes U, Podcasts to & from Your PC/iTunes.
2. Copy photos & albums to/from Your PC & iDevice.
3. Manage iPhone contacts: Import, export, remove duplicates & sync with Outlook.
4. Load your iDevice with music and video incompatible with iTunes.
5. 100% compatible with iPhone 6S/Plus, 6/Plus, iPhone 5s/5, 4S, iPod touch 5, iPod nano, iPod classic, iPod shuffle, iPad mini, The New iPad, & more!

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