The Easy Way to Copy Playlist and Photo Library from iPhone 6/6 plus/5s/5c/5 to iTunes
Need to copy your iTunes playlist from your iPhone to iTunes since you got a new computer or reinstalled iTunes? Luckily, you can get playlist and photo library off your iPhone to iTunes as long as you find the correct method. Have no clue about it? Keep on reading.
Why iTunes can't Transfer Files from iPhone to Blank iTunes?
Actually, for copy-right concern, iTunes doesn't allow you to transfer your playlist and photo library to iTunes. Moreover, if you insist on syncing your iPhone with a new computer or blank iTunes library, all the current data on your iPhone will be erased completely. So, don't do that!
Any other Way to Copy My Playlist and Photo Library to iTunes?
So, is there a solution to transfer playlist and photo library from iPhone to iTunes? Of course, there is. iAny Transfer does you a great favor to transfer Playlist and Photo Library from iPhone 6/6 plus/5s/5c/5 to iTunes 12/11, and transfer other data such as contacts, WhatsApp messages, photos, music among computer, iOS devices and iTunes.
Hopefully, with following instructions, you will be able to get all your information back into iTunes without losing any data off your phone.
- 1. Connect your iPhone to your computer well using a USB cable.
- 2. Open this software. It will show your iPhone's information. Here we take copying playlist from iPhone to iTunes for example. Click on the "Playlist" on the left panel. A list of your songs will be displayed. Select the playlist you'd like to export.
- 3. Hit the "iTunes" button on the right panel to transfer your playlist over to iTunes. Then all the playlist will be synced to iTunes immediately. It's real-time syncing.
That's it! Have any trouble moving your iTunes library to an external drive? Have any questions? Let me know in the comments.