iTunes to Galaxy Note, Sync/Transfer iTunes to Galaxy Note 3/4/5
Just moved from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy Note 5? You likely have music, playlists, movies, TV shows, podcasts, iTunes u and more on iTunes that you want to bring over to your Galaxy Note phone. Take it easy. Here we’ll introduces two practical ways to help you transfer iTunes media files to Samsung Galaxy Note 5/4/3.
Method 1: iTunes to Android Transfer (For Windows)
iTunes to Android Transfer is a powerful data transfer tool for Android and iPhone users. With it, you can directly transfer your music, videos, photos, contacts, SMS, etc. in iTunes to your Samsung Galaxy Note 5/4/3 in clicks. Moreover, you can sync your Galaxy Note phone stuff to iTunes or iPhone. Just follow the steps below:
1.Run the iTunes to Galaxy Note Transfer on your computer, and connect your Galaxy Note phone to it. The software will detect the device.
2.Click “Switch to iTunes to Phone Transfer Mode” and choose the iTunes backup file from the drop-down list.
3.Select what you want to transfer and click “Start Copy”, the program will start to transfer iTunes files to Galaxy note phone.
Method 2: Android File Transfer (For Mac)
Android File Transfer is a free app for Mac (running Mac OS X 10.5 or later) to view and transfer files between your Mac computer and an Android device (3.0 or later). You can use it to manually transfer music from iTunes to your Samsung Galaxy Note 5/4/3. Here’s how to do it:
1. Run Android File Transfer on your Mac, and connect your Galaxy Note 5 or 4 to the computer with a USB cable. Make sure your device’s screen is unlocked.
2. Now you can browse the folders system of your Galaxy Note phone, just navigate to the “Music” folder.
3. Find your iTunes Music folder: Finder > Go > Home > Music > iTunes > iTunes media > Music, and drag it into the “Music” folder of your Galaxy Note phone.
Note: Android File Transfer makes it easier to transfer iTunes music to your Galaxy Note phone, but you can only copy files up to 4GB.