Since you can't use iTunes with Android devices, many people look elsewhere for solutions to help them manage their music between computer and Android, or multiple Android devices. This article is designed to make that search quick and easy for you. Check out the list of quick navigation items below to jump to 4 of the best ways of how to transfer music from computer to Android:. The quickest way to transfer music from computer to Android is through USB cable transfer. This transfer method varies slightly depending on whether you are using PC or Mac. This is our most comprehensive option.
Load music onto your device using a USB cable
File Transfer Over USB Cable
Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. You can then manage your collection using a music app like Phonograph once the files are on your phone. Connect your device to your PC and wait for it to appear. Download and install it onto your Mac, and then connect your Android device. This process can take some time depending on how many files you decide to transfer. Most file managers will support either moving your files directly or copying them to leave the original files intact. Select your music files or the folder containing your files and choose to either copy or move them.
How to transfer your music from iTunes to Android:
This article was written by Jack Lloyd. He has over two years of experience writing and editing technology-related articles. He is technology enthusiast and an English teacher. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and verified that they work. This article has been viewed , times. This wikiHow teaches you how to put music from your computer on your Android phone or tablet. You can do this by uploading music directly to the Google Play Music website, or you can use a Windows or Mac computer to transfer music directly onto your Android. Click the menu.
Your computer is the equivalent of the twentieth-century stereo system — a combination tuner, amplifier, and turntable, plus all your records and CDs. Many music-playing, or jukebox, programs are available. On Windows, the most common program is Windows Media Player. You can use this program to synchronize music between your phone and the PC. Over on the PC, an AutoPlay dialog box appears in Windows, prompting you to choose how best to mount the phone into the Windows storage system. Ensure that your phone is connected as a media player or uses something called MTP. Click the Sync tab or Sync toolbar button to view the Sync list. The figure shows a list of songs in the Sync list.