If you got any problems when transferring music from iPod to iPhone, this guide shows you two tools with/without iTunes to easily make it.
iPod has been known as “an iPhone without the phone”, since it is one of the best mp3 players, but more than playing music on it. Apart from phone calls, you can do everything that the iPhone can realize. However, with iPhone’s upgrading and updates year after year, iPod – the small and light device to carry lots of music and movies, has been gradually replaced by the newest iPhone.
If you have the demand to sync music from your old iPod to your new iPod or iPhone, we will share you three ways to transfer freely in this post.
Many users want to move their iPod music to other iDevices directly, but Apple only provides the service via iTunes, which is inconvenient to do. Here an alternative, AnyTrans for iOS, is an all-in-one iPhone, iPad and iPod file management program, available to transfer music from iPod to iPhone with ease. Here are its key features:
Now, you can follow the two methods below to transfer what you need from iPod to iPhone. First, get AnyTrans for iOS downloaded on your computer.
Step 1. Launch AnyTrans for iOS, and connect your iPod and iPhone. Go to the Device Manager > and click the Music button.
Step 2. Select music and choose songs you want to transfer from iPod to iPhone. Click the Send to Device button.
Step 3. Now you have successfully transferred music from iPod to iPhone. Open iPhone to have a check!
Step 1. Launch AnyTrans for iOS. Go to the Phone Switcher > and choose Phone to iPhone.
Step 2. Select your source device – iPod, and target device – iPhone > Click Next button.
Step 3. Choose the category that you want to move from iPod to iPhone – Songs or Music Videos > Click Next to transfer.
The second method that you can try is using iTunes, which is the first choice for many iOS users. You can sync your iPod music through backing up to iTunes, then transferring the backup from iTunes to iPhone. So, follow the next steps to do:
Step 1. Launch the iTunes and connect your iPod. Click File > Devices > Transfer Purchases from ‘iPod’.
Step 2. Then eject your iPod and connect your iPhone. Click the iPhone icon on the top left corner to manage your device.
Step 3. Choose Music in the list of Summary on the left and turn on Sync Music. Apply this setting and then you finish it successfully.
1. If it’s failed to use the above method, please make sure whether “Find My iPhone” is turned off by tapping Settings > Apple ID > Find My > Find My iPhone > Toggle Off.
2. iTunes can only put purchased music on iPod to iPhone. Except that, other music files, audio files and movies will be erased in the process of syncing iPod to iTunes.
3. Besides, if you are a Mac user, you can try to use the Finder to copy iPod music to iPhone via backing up like iTunes.
For a better management experience on your iPod, iPhone, and iPad, you can download AnyTrans for iOS to have a try. And this tutorial also applies to transferring data from iPhone to iPod, no matter iPod touch or classic iPod (iPod classic, Nano and Shuffle). Any question on this tutorial or AnyTrans for iOS will be warmly welcomed, please let us know in the comment section or via email.
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