Transfer or Copy Music from iPhone to Computer/Mac
Q: Recently, I have reinstalled my computer system to the latest one. After that, I downloaded iTunes and got a completely new library of music. What made me annoyed is that all of my music collection was gone in the blink and I was left with nothing. But fortunately, most of my music was still on my iPhone 7, so I would like to copy my iPhone music library to the computer's iTunes, but I don't know how to do it. Thus, anybody else can teach me a simple way to achieve the goal?
Are you also in the troubles of losing all the music because of a system reinstall, computer repair, iTunes crash, or some other reasons? And do you want to move your music playlists to a new computer for backup? Actually, you're not the only person who has met such problem. So don't feel panic. You can find a way to transfer songs from your iPhone to PC. As it is well known for all, iTunes is an one-way tool which cannot allow you to copy music from device to computer, so you can't do the transfer task in turn with the help of iTunes. Then here you need to turn to a third-party program, MobiKin Assistant for iOS or MobiKin Assistant for iOS (Mac), which can help you reach your goal just in one click.
This iPhone Music Transfer is a professional tool aimed at transfer files from all models of iPhone to PC easily. With it, you're not only copy music, but also can transfer other data like photos, books, podcasts, TV show and so on from iPhone X/8/7/6/5 to computer easily. What's more, the transferred files will be kept at the same as the original one with no loss.
Tips & Tricks to Transfer Music/Songs from iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 to Computer/Mac
First of all, you should connect your iPhone device to the computer via its USB cable successfully. Then download, install and run the transfer tool on the computer. You will see an interface after a few seconds of device detection.
Please be noted that this program also required iTunes is well installed on your desktop computer.
There are two different exporting ways for your reference: One is to click the "Music" option from the left panel and see all your stored songs in the right panel. You can click the small box before the music file and hit the big "Export" image icon on the top menu to export and save the selected songs on your computer. This method can be used to transfer specific music list to your computer. The other way is more suitable for export the whole music folder to PC: Click the image button of hook on the top menu to select the whole files at one time.
Finally, you can sync the exported iPhone songs to iTunes in a few clicks. If you can't find the exported music on desktop PC, you can click "File -> Open Export Folder" to locate the files you've copied to the computer. What's more, if you want to transfer files to a specified file folder on your computer, you should click "Advanced -> Options" to change the export folder before you start copying music from your device.