How to Transfer Files from Flash Drive or USB to iPhone/iPad
Looking for a solution to transfer files from USB flash drive to iPhone or iPad without losing data? You can read this guide to get one simple method in 5 minutes.
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In the past, you may always use iTunes to transfer files from computer or flash drive to your iPhone/iPad, and now you are looking for other methods to make it. That’s because you do not want to lose some non-purchased items during the sync. Here in this guide we will introduce you one iTunes alternative named AnyTrans to help you transfer files from flash drive to iPad or iPhone without losing data. Let’s first take a brief introduction of this transfer tool.
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Brief Introduction of AnyTrans
AnyTrans is one professional Mac/PC based iOS data transfer tool that can help you always put the important iPhone/iPad/iPod contents in the right place.
- It can help you transfer files from USB/flash drive to iPhone or iPad easily, including music, photos, videos, iTunes U, books, notes, contacts, messages etc.
- It allows you to transfer selected files to your device instead of iTunes full sync, so you will not lose any existing data.
- It enables you to transfer files from iDevice to flash drive/computer/iTunes freely, and even from iDevice to iDevice directly.
How about give it a try? Click here to download AnyTrans and then follow the steps below to transfer files from flash drive to your device.
How to Transfer Files from Flash Drive or USB to iPhone iPad
Step 1. Open AnyTrans > Plug in your device and flash drive > Click on Add Content shortcut button on the homepage.
How to Transfer Files from USB Flash Drive to iPhone/iPad – Step 1
Step 2. Choose your flash drive > Select the files you want to transfer > Click on Open.
How to Transfer Files from USB Flash Drive to iPhone/iPad – Step 2
You can also select the specific file type to add content to your iDevice. Here take books for example.
Step 1. Click on Books on the homepage.
How to Transfer Books from Flash Drive to iPhone/iPad – Step 1
Step 2. Click on "+" button > Select the books stored in flash drive > Click on Open.
How to Transfer Books from Flash Drive to iPhone/iPad – Step 2
The Bottom Line
As you can see, AnyTrans can help you transfer files from flash drive to iPhone/iPad without effort. It can manage your device contents in a smart way. Take a tour with AnyTrans now >
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