Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes in Two Ways

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How to transfer voice memos from iPhone to iTunes? Read on this post to sync voice memos from iPhone or iPod to iTunes in 2 ways.

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Sept. 01, 2016

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One of the overlooked but useful feature of iPod/iPhone is recording audio with the iPod touch and iPhone's built-in Voice Memos app. It can be easily used record lengthy thoughts or a flash of brilliance on the go.

If you have recorded a number of voice memos on your iPhone/iPod, you may want to sync them from your iPhone/iPod to PC as backup. However, if you're new to Apple devices and the complex iTunes program, you may find it is tricky to get voice memos from an iOS device to computer. In this article, I'll walk you through the methods to transfer iPhone or iPod voice memos to your computer: via iTunes or an iOS content manager - AnyTrans.

See Also:How to Transfer Voice Memos from PC/Mac to iPhone >

How to Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using iTunes

Step 1. Download and install iTunes on your PC. Connect your iPhone/iPod via USB and launch iTunes.

Step 2: Click the Device button on the top-left of this window.

Step 3: Select Music tab and then select "Include voice memos".

Step 4: Click the Sync button and iPhone voice memos will sync to iTunes.

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using iTunes

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using iTunes

Note: Once finished, the voice memos will be stored in a sub-folder called "Voice Memos" of your iTunes. You can view the recordings in the "Voice Memos" playlist that appears under the Playlists menu in iTunes.

How to Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans

AnyTrans is far more than an iPhone voice memos transfer, it allows you to transfer almost all the iPhone content to anywhere you want, to iTunes, to computer and to another iOS device. In addition, it supports adding content like music, videos, photos to iDevice without erasing the existed data. Furthermore, AnyTrans gives you access to iCloud backup, and even download the selected items to computer, such as, contacts, messages, notes, voice mail, call history etc.

Step 1. Download and install AnyTrans, then link your iPhone or iPod to your computer via USB cable. AnyTrans will show you the storage condition and the content of your phone.

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans - Step 1

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans - Step 1

Step 2. On the homepage of AnyTrans, click "Audio" tab. Choose "Voice Memos", and go the voice memos manage page.

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans - Step 2

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans - Step 2

Step 3. Choose the voice memos you want to transfer, click the To iTunes button to start transferring.

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans - Step 3

Transfer Voice Memos from iPhone/iPod to iTunes Using AnyTrans - Step 3

Also Read: How to Download Voice Memos from iPhone >

The Bottom Line

Besides transferring voice memos from iPhone or iPod to iTunes, AnyTrans allows you to sync selected items to computer and to another iDevice. Any question on this guide or AnyTrans is warmly welcomed, please be free to contact us. Download the free trial of AnyTrans now.

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