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How to Transfer Music on Windows

iTunes is designed to categorize and synchronize iPhone music files, but it is limited in audio format and digital protection.

DearMob iPhone Manager, a PC-based music backup and transfer tool for iOS devices, makes it much easier to export and import music, modify music info, and customize ringtone for your iPhone, iPad and iPod securely.

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To export your iPhone, iPad or iPod music to PC

In DearMob,
Audio format supports : .mp3, .aac, .m4a, .flac, .ape, .wav, .wma, .oga, .ogg.

1. Click Music Manager on the main interface to jump into music management window.
2. Select some songs and click Export.
3. Seconds later, you can find them on local computer folder. If not, click Sync.

export music to pc

Tips:

  • Songs can be classified by List, Artist or Album.
  • You need to decode DRM music first when export to PC.

To add music to your iOS devices

In DearMob, DRM-protected music can be decoded to play freely.

1. Click Add Music and tick some local songs.
2. Hit Sync to transfer music to your iOS device.

add music to iOS device

Tips:

  • All changes are visible in real time by hitting Refresh.

To edit music from your iPhone, iPod or iPad

In DearMob,
Music info : Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Year and Comment can be managed both selectively and in bulk.

1. Click Edit on the music manager interface.
2. Choose the music you want to edit, and click the pen icon to edit music.
3. Click Sync button.

edit music

Tips:

  • Every step is revocable by clicking the red curve or Cancel before sync.

To delete music from your iPhone, iPod or iPad

1. Choose the music that you want to delete.
2. Click Delete Music, and hit OK to confirm deletion.
3. Hit Sync to apply.

delete music

Tips:

  • Every step is revocable by clicking the red curve or Cancel before sync.

To add, edit, delete playlist on your PC

Manage music more personally and conveniently by creating playlists.

1. Click + icon to create a new playlist. Then you can import or move songs to this playlist.
2. Click the pen-shaped icon to modify the name of playlist.
3.Click × icon to delete a certain playlist.

edit music playlist

Tips:

  • You need to click Sync button to transfer all the changes you made to your iPhone.

To create ringtone on your Windows computer

In less than 40 seconds, a customized ringtone is created and placed in Ringtone Setting on your iPhone automatically.

1. Click the ringtone icon next to the file name in the playlist.
2. Drag the bright part of the form to choose which part to be used in ringtone.
3. Click OK and then Sync to add the ringtone to your iPhone.

Customize iPhone ringtone

Tips:

  • You can play the ringtone on DearMob when you editing it.
  • Set the ringtone on your iPhone in Settings > Sound > Ringtone.
  • To manage your ringtone, please check Voice & Ringtone management .

How to manage music files with iTunes (only for Apple supported format)

iTunes can help you manage music files on iOS devices too. But be careful, you should follow these tips before you start to transfer/backup your iOS devices music with iTunes:

  • Update your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to the latest version of iOS.
  • Update your Windows PC to the latest version of Windows 10.
  • Ensure that your entire iOS/iPadOS device are using the same Apple ID.
  • Turn off iCloud music library on your device.

If you have prepared all above, then you can manage music with following steps:

Warning:

  • iTunes is not compatible with .flac files.
  • Music of rare live version will be replaced by album version automatically.

1. Launch iTunes and connect your iPhone to PC.
2. Click your device icon in the left corner of iTunes top bar, and click Music.
3. Select the box next to Sync Music, and choose the folder or app where to sync from.
4. Click the Sync to transfer music to your PC.
5. Tap the music file in the list and then Get Info to display and edit music info on the info tab.
6. Select the content that you plan to add to your device from your iTunes, and drag it to your device on the left sidebar to export.

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