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How to Copy Audio Files from iTunes to Sony

Nowadays, we are allowed to do many things with easy via the smart phone like iPhone or Android phones. For example, it is much more convenient for us to listen to the music by the mobile phones anytime and anywhere as you like. What's more, we are able to record our own singing with the apps in the handset. Recent years, audio books become popular with many book lovers and the reason of the popularity is also related to the advanced technology that adopted by the mobile phone. So here comes a problem, what should you do to copy the audio files from one smart phone to another. And this article will show you the simple and useful method to copy audio files from iTunes to Sony phones within few clicks.

There are two methods below for you to choose and each one has its features. Follow one as you like.

Method 1. Manually Transfer the Audio Files from iTunes to Sony Phone
Method 2. Use A Third Party Tool to Perfrom the Transferring Process

Manually Transfer the Audio Files from iTunes to Sony Phone

As a powerful and popular application in iPhone, iTunes can offer you many functions but not include transferring the music from iPhone to the computer directly. Then just follow the steps below and you will easily find the audio files stored in the iTunes on the desktop of computer.

First of all, connect the iPhone to the computer and then start the iTunes. Click "Edit > Reference ... > Advanced" option in the top menu.

Second, select the "Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library" when you see a window popping up. Then all the files you try to add to the iTunes or iTunes library will be saved in the Media folder automatically.

Third, just find the folder when you want to transfer the audio files. Copy the wanted files and paste on the folder of the computer. Then transfer the music from the computer to the Sony phone.

And if you use the apps like MobiKin Assistant for Android (Windows or Mac), it will be much easier for you transfer the files from computer to the Sony phones

Below is the iTunes Media Folder location on your Windows computer, you can follow them to find the folder easily:
- Windows 7: C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
- Windows 8: C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
- Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\
- Windows Vista: C:\Users\username\Music\iTunes\
- Mac OS X: /Users/username/Music/iTunes/

Generally speaking, this method may a little trouble and time-wasting, and it doesn't work when it refers to the iPhone who is jailbroken. So here will offer a second method below.

Use A Third Party Tool to Perform the Transferring Process

Tools you may need here:
1) iPhone & Sony Phone
2) MobiKin Assistant for Android (Windows or Mac)

Step 1. download the MobiKin Assistant for iOS (Windows or Mac) and install it on the computer. Then connect the iPhone to the computer with the USB cable. Run the program which will detect and scan the mobile phone and the files will be displayed on the window.

You can see that there are many options list in the left panel and click the "Music" button and check and mark the music in the right part of the window. Hit the "Export" button and transfer them to the computer easily.

Step 2. Follow the similar steps to connect the Sony phone to the computer and run the MobiKin Assistant for Android (Windows or Mac). Then you will see an interface like the below one after the program detect and scan the connected files.

Hit the "Music" button and then click the "New" button to transfer the files from computer to the device.

Tips: Of course, some free ware like Samsung Kies, HTC Sync Manager, etc. also can reach the goal.

There are two download links for MobiKin Assistant for iOS, with which you can manage the files stored in the iPhone or iPad freely and transfer audio files from iTunes to Sony.

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