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View the most comprehensive guides to manage your music, photos, videos, contacts, messages, files and more data for Android devices, and transfer Android data between Android device & computer, as well as moving or restoring iOS/Android device data, iTunes or iCloud data to Android device directly. Download and try it now.

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iTunes Library to Android

Whether you encounter the similar situations below?

“iTunes library saves a lot of songs. And I want to transfer them from iTunes library to my Samung phone. Can you help me?”

“How can I can transfer music from iTunes library on my Windows 11 to my Android tablet?”

If you just encounter the similar issue above, don't worry. You can try “iTunes Library to Android” mode to transfer data from iTunes library to Android devices. The following instructions will help you do it.

Tech Specs

Windows OS Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, both 32bit and 64bit
macOS macOS Sonoma, macOS Ventura, macOS Monterey, macOS Big Sur, macOS Catalina, macOS Mojave, macOS High Sierra, macOS Sierra, OS X 10.11

Supported File Types

Media Data Music, Videos, Home Video, TV Shows, Podcasts, iTunes U, Audiobooks

Supported Music Formats


Supported Video Formats


Differences between Trial Version & Activated Version

Benefits Trial Version Activated Version
Transfer Data from iTunes Library to Android Device

Step 1. Download AnyDroid on Your Computer.

Before you start to transfer data from iTunes library to Android device, get the tool downloaded and installed on your computer. Please make sure the network is stable while downloading and installing AnyDroid on your computer.

Step 2. Connect Your Android Device to Computer via the USB Cable or Wi-Fi.

By default, AnyDroid will detect your Android device automatically. If you don’t connect your Android device to computer or your Android device is not recognized, you will see the interface below.

Connect Your Android Device to Computer

Connect Your Android Device to Computer

Connecting Android device to PC at the first time, your computer will install USB Driver automatically.

Once your Android device is recognized, the main interface will display.

Devices Detected Interface

Devices Detected Interface

1. If AnyDroid is unable to recognize your Android device via USB cable, you may try these troubleshooting steps to solve it.

2. If AnyDroid is unable to recognize your Android device via Wi-Fi, please refer to the troubleshooting steps to solve this problem.

Step 3. Click iTunes Library to Android Option.

Once the data is loaded completely, please click iTunes Library to Android option under Android Mover function.

Click iTunes to Android Option

Click iTunes to Android Option

Step 4. Choose File Category You Want to Transfer.

After the loading process completes, it will show all file types in your iTunes Library. You can choose the file types you want to transfer based on your needs. Then click Next button.

Load Data Type in iTunes to Android Option

Load Data Type in iTunes to Android Option

“Skip Duplicates” option is selected by default. If you want to keep duplicated files, please uncheck “Skip Duplicates” option.

Step 5. Wait for the Transferring Process

After clicking Next button, the transferring process will start by default. The transferring time may vary based on the size of the selected files. Please keep patient.

Wait for the Transferring Process

Wait for the Transferring Process

Step 6. Transfer Completed.

Once the transferring process is completed, you will see Transfer Completed page. To locate the transferred files, please check them in your Android device. If you want to go back to the main interface, please click Transfer more or Home button.

Transfer Completed

Transfer Completed

If you still have questions after reading this guide, please refer to FAQs page to check more solutions. Or you can contact our Support Team to get further help. We are here to help you!