Transfer iTunes Playlist and Music Library to Computer
After buying a new computer, you may get a problem in the mean time. As we all know, users usually buy songs via iTunes Store to their iTunes on the old computer. As for music lovers, they have saved tons of songs, playlists and music library in iTunes before. However, how to transfer iTunes playlists and music library from the old computer to the new one in a few minutes?
It's not an easy question for people to transfer the data from one computer to another one. So, I recommend iOS Data Transfer to you. iOS Data Transfer can manage and transfer data between iTunes, computer and iOS devices. We regard iPhone, iPad or iPod as a medium during the transferring. Later, you can sync the data to the new computer. Read the following guidance, you will find it really convenient to manage music.
With 2 simple steps, you can transfer the playlists and music without hassle.
Transfer iTunes Music Library to Computer
Step 1. Launch iOS Data Transfer and connect Apple device to your computer
Firstly, install and launch iOS Data Transfer in your PC or Mac. You can download version which system is suitable for your computer. In the meantime, make sure your iPhone is connecting to your computer with USB cable.
Step 2. Select and transfer music
Secondly, after few seconds, you will see various files on the left of the window. There’re media, photos, playlist, contacts and more in interface. You are free to choose which you want to transfer. To transfer iTunes playlist to another computer, click "playlist". Next, pick some or all of them in playlist files. Tap "Export to", "Export to iTunes Library". All picked playlist will be transfer to iTunes on your computer quickly.
Tips: If you just need to copy playlist to computer directly, click "Export To", "Export to computer". Or you want to transfer all iTunes library to the new computer, choose "Media" box like picture below. Then you can choose songs and playlist in the interface. Tap "Smart Export to iTunes" to transfer them to your computer.
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