Transfer iTunes Music to Samsung Galaxy S4

Can I transfer my iTunes music to my Samsung Galaxy S4?

iTunes music to Galaxy S4

How can I transfer a playlist from iTunes on my Mac to my Samsung Galaxy S4 music player?
I love iTunes and will never switch, and have an ipod, but I wanted to ONE playlist on my phone Samsung Galaxy S4 in case I get to the gym and forget my music player. How can I transfer. I have an iMAC and how can I transfer iTunes playlist to my phone music player?

If you use iTunes for your music collection, you may want to share your iTunes music with your Samsung Galaxy phone. Here we’ll show you how to get your iTunes music on your Galaxy S4/3 smartphone. And don’t worry if your songs are DRM protected as we’ll provide an easy way for removing it. Only simple operation you can play iTunes music on Galaxy S4, neither on Windows PC or Apple Mac.

TunesGo, a perfect music management software for Android and iOS device. It makes it simple enough to transfer music between iTunes and Android devices. A perfect solution for those who have a large iTunes library but need to enjoy those music files on an Android phone or tablet. With this amazing app, you can transfer music without any device limitation:

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To start start with transferring music from iTunes to Galaxy S4, let’s download the free trial and follow the steps below.

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How to Sync/Transfer iTunes music to Samsung Galaxy S4?

Step 1. Launch iTunes Music Android Transfer program

To begin with the Galaxy S4 and iTunes music transferring, we need to install and launch the transfer app on our PC/Mac.

iTunes to Galaxy S6/S5/S4 transfer

Step 2. Connect Samsung Galaxy phone to PC/Mac

Then connect your Galaxy S6/S5/S4 with your computer via a USB cable. Once being connected, the program will automatically detect the device, and show the main info of your Galaxy S4 on the primary window, as below.

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Step 3. Copy iTunes music to Galaxy S4

Click on "Music" item under iTunes Library in the left column. Then all your songs in your iTunes library will show up. Choose the songs you want and click "Export" function on the top menu. From the target device list, choose your Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6/S7 device.

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Now, you get all your iTunes music on your Samsung Galaxy S4 phone. It’s a easy process, isn’t it?

In return, you can also export songs on your Galaxy S4 back to iTunes library.

Aparting from syncing Samsung Galaxy S with iTunes library, this iTunes companion app can also help you download and record music, scan your iTunes library and fix iTunes music tags, change cover art, delete duplicates, and remove missing/broken tracks. Backup your iTunes library to your computer or external hard drive so you can restore your library anytime you want. Restore your iTunes Library from your TunesGo backup. Check more about TunesGo >>.

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Transfer iTunes Music to Samsung Galaxy S4

3 thoughts on “Transfer iTunes Music to Samsung Galaxy S4

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  • January 13, 2014 at 10:25 pm

    I’m trying to transfer my tracks and contacts from my iTunes on my mac to my samsung galaxy S4 and the following keeps on coming up ? = wondershare mobilego for android pro cannot be opened because it is from an unidentified developer – how do i get around this ?

    • January 15, 2014 at 3:58 am

      MobileGo for Android supports many Samsung phones. For your problem, you can download Samsung driver in its official website.


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