How to transfer iTunes music to your Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ranks among the best smartphones you can buy right now. The new flagship phone marks Samsung’s comeback following the disaster of Note 7. The Note 8 takes a lot of hints from the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, but there are still a ton of exciting things that encourage iPhone owners to make the switch.

If you are planning to switch to Samsung’s new flagship phone from iPhone, you need to make sure that all of your important data makes the switch with you. This includes photos and documents, but you also want to transfer your iTunes music from your Apple device. Luckily, there are several ways to transfer iTunes music to your new Galaxy Note 8 and we will show you how in the section below.

How to transfer iTunes music to your Samsung Galaxy Note 8

  1. Drag and Drop

Drag and Drop method is great for transferring your iTunes music from your old iPhone or Mac to an Android device. All you need to do is plug your new Galaxy Note 8 into your computer and then drag all songs you wish to move over to a new folder on your computer.

However, if you cannot find your music, make sure you enter the following path: C:\ (username) \My Music \iTunes (if you now own a Mac, head to /users /username/ Music/ iTunes). Once you are done, head back to your phone and enable Media Transfer Protocol.

On a Mac, download, then install Android File Transfer program and plug your phone in. After that, create a new folder from Android File Transfer window and then drag the music folder you created earlier into your new folder inside Android File Transfer.

  1. iTunes to Android Transfer

iTunes to Android Transfer has been available for years, allowing users to quickly transfer files between Mac and Android devices. The best part is that the tool supports all the Samsung Galaxy series phones.

Step one: First off, download and install iTunes to Android Transfer tool on your PC and then launch the program

Step two: This will open iTunes on your computer (make sure you now have the latest version of iTunes on your computer) and then connect your new Note 8 to your PC

Step three: Now just simply hit Sync iTunes to Android and then select Entire Library or Select Playlists.

  1. Google Play Music

If you don’t want to download a third-party app on your computer, you can use Google Play Music to transfer your data. Google Play Music allows you to upload 50,000 songs in the cloud and access them across multiple devices.

All you need to do is open your web browser and go to Google Play Music. After that, click on the three lines at the top left corner, then select Upload Music from the pull-down music and follow the on-screen instructions to transfer your data.

Also read: How to transfer data from old PC to your new PC

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