Find iTunes not syncing all songs to iPhone, iPad, or iPod? This article will show you some quick solutions to fix the iTunes music not syncing to iPhone problem easily.
I have had the iPhone 11 Pro for some time now, but I am frustrated with the fact that I can’t sync music to my iPhone. I have tried syncing music, removing everything, restoring, but my iPhone will not show up in iTunes. Why is my music library not syncing?
Are you facing the iTunes songs not syncing to iPhone problem? Why you can’t sync your music and how to fix this issue? Don’t worry. If you are puzzled by this problem, you have come to the right place. Here we will show you some easy and proven methods to fix iTunes not syncing all songs to iPhone. Just keep reading and choose a way you like.
There are many reasons for the iTunes music not syncing to iPhone issue. And the most common reasons are:
Generally, iTunes errors will cause iTunes music not syncing to iPhone, then you should use professional iTunes fixer, like AnyFix – iOS System Recovery. It is designed to fix various iOS/iPadOS/tvOS/iTunes issues in minutes, and bring your Apple devices back to normal without data loss. With AnyFix, you can fix 200+ iTunes errors easily. Also, it supports fixing over 130 system issues. All iPhone/iPad models and iOS versions are supported, including iPhone 15 and iOS 17. And you can also learn more about AnyFix below.
Now, you can follow the step-by-step guide to fix iTunes music not syncing to iPhone/iPad/iPod via this tool.
Step 1. Free download AnyFix on your computer. Install and then launch it. Tap on iTunes Repair from the homepage.
Step 2. Choose iTunes Sync/CDB Errors and continue.
Step 3. Connect your iPhone to the computer.
Step 4. The repairing process will begin. Wait a moment and you will see Repair Completed page.
Songs won’t sync to iPhone, if your iTunes version is too old. Therefore, before syncing iTunes music, please check your iTunes version and make sure that it has been updated to the latest version. And here are the steps to update iTunes to fix iTunes not syncing all songs to iPhone.
Double-check if the songs on your iTunes library have the same folder location as before while iTunes not syncing all songs. Sometimes iTunes does not indicate which songs it cannot find until you select them. Songs in your library that iTunes can’t locate, won’t be synced to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.
When syncing music to iPhone, iPad, iPod with iTunes, go to the Music tab – is the “Entire music library” selected? If not, you will find not all songs syncing to iPhone. Therefore, just follow the steps below to fix iTunes not syncing all songs to iPhone in this way.
Step 1. go to Music (in your iTunes library)
Step 2. Click on the checkmark next to the “Name” column header (to sort by checked music), and scroll to the bottom or any unchecked music won’t sync.
Another method to fix iTunes music not syncing to iPhone is turning of iCloud music library. This feature sometimes will influence the syncing process, so you’d better turn it off before you sync songs. And here is what to do when iTunes won’t sync music to iPhone.
Apart from syncing devices, iTunes is also overhauled with iTunes Store, Media Player functions. That’s why iTunes get everything well-organized. However, iTunes might not be the only choice when you encounter the iTunes not syncing all songs to iPhone issue. And there are some other kinds of iTunes problems, such as:
No matter which situation above you have stuck on, you can transfer music from iTunes to iPhone by using iTunes alternative – AnyTrans. It offers you a smart way to transfer iTunes music to iPhone, iPad, iPod. Now follow the steps to fix iTunes music not syncing to iPhone with a few clicks.
Step 1. Get AnyTrans installed on the computer, run it, and connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer > Click on the left-side menu, choose iTunes Library.
Step 2. All the music in your iTunes will be listed on the panel> Select the songs that can’t sync to iPhone/iPad/iPod > Click To Device button to transfer music from iTunes Library to iPhone/iPad/iPod again.
Step 3. After the process completes, you can check whether your iTunes library music has all synced on your iPhone.
As iPhone 15 has come, to sync music from your new iPhone, iPad or iPod to iTunes, you have two options to do the job: Using iTunes and iPhone music transfer tool. But iTunes only supports transferring the purchased music from your iPhone. Here’s how you can sync music from your iPhone to iTunes:
After the process completes, your purchased music should be saved in iTunes. If you would prefer to transfer your non-purchased songs, refer to this guide to get more details: How to Transfer Music from an iPhone to iTunes >
As you can see, it is not hard to fix the iTunes music not syncing to iPhone issue with the assistance of AnyFix. We have helped millions of iTunes users to get it back. It can repair more than 200 iTunes errors with a few clicks. So just try AnyFix for free to fix iTunes not syncing all songs to iPhone.
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