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# 236452 3-Jun-2018 11:13
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Hello,

 

Wife has recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy S9+, moving over a from an iPhone 6S. Most things have been copied over, but she can't figure out how to move over all her music from iTunes to her new Android. As I'm not an Apple person (and probably never will be), has anyone got any tips/advice/suggestions/apps to do this? Is it even possible?

 

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  # 2027764 3-Jun-2018 11:20
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Google search has loads of information how to do this

 

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  # 2027766 3-Jun-2018 11:22
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  # 2027768 3-Jun-2018 11:29
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I've recently added an S9+ to my life.  I synced my iTunes library to Google Play Music, there's a Music Manager sync tool you can download from Google to do it, just point it to the iTunes library folder on your computer - which means the iTunes music will need to be synced from the iOS device to a computer first.  Kept my music in iTunes after syncing so there's no data loss involved.

 

Also if you're an Apple Music customer, this is available on Android too just download the app.  




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  # 2027771 3-Jun-2018 11:40
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Thanks for the ideas so far. She did Google it and tried an app called Synctunes Ultimate but it didn't work. Will look into the ones suggested here.


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  # 2027776 3-Jun-2018 11:58
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If your using itunes with a pc go to your music folder, look for itunes folder click that and itunes media click, then music and your itunes music will show, Then just copy and paste to your android music folder.


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