Everything about iPhones sometimes seems so complicated, especially, different processes such as syncing music files, etc. But it’s really not difficult if you know some details, and now we want to explain all the ambiguities.

How do I sync my music library to my iPhone?

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Actually, the syncing copies the information from iTunes to PC or laptop, duplicating the iPhone data. But remember the most important thing: musical files on your device that are located not in your library on the computer you need to sync will be immediately deleted from your device. Here is one more thing – if you wish to move your music or other files purchased from the iTunes store, then the app will remind you politely that you need to transfer the information to the library in order to sync the data successfully.

And you may think: how do I sync my music library to my iPhone easily, quickly, and without losing my songs? How can I do that if I don’t know how it works? Don’t worry, we’ll break it down.

First, you need to own the newest iOS, that’s obvious. Next, it is necessary to have a subscription to Apple Music or as well iTunes Match and log in with the identical ID in any gadget you use on the above apps. However, don’t forget that if you are the owner of the most recent operating system versions, in such a situation Sync Library can’t work on your devices, so if Sync Library is disabled, then read the next instruction.

To start, open the app and go to Settings, then to the Music tab. After that, select the Sync Library option but remember that you can do these actions only if you have a subscription to the above apps. In case you don’t have a subscription, you are able to synchronize it manually. To do this, just connect your iPhone to your PC or laptop and start iTunes. After you will see the notification, find the Device category, select the iPhone option, move to the Summary tab, select the option “Manually manage music and videos” and, finally, confirm your selection.

 Now you know how to deal with this task manually. Once you did that, go to the Music tab of your library to see the tracks stored in your saved content. Drag the selected music files to the iPhone icon in the Devices menu on the left-hand side of the interface. And to finish it all off, don’t forget to click the button “Eject”. You see, it’s not as difficult as it may seem at first sight, as long as you follow these very simple but no less important steps.

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Now you can figure out how to transfer your music in the iTunes app to other devices, but you may also need to transfer your music content from one streaming service to another. For many users, this is a very tedious and time-consuming process. Today it is possible to simplify the process by using the MusConv platform, which will transfer all your tracks, albums, music videos, and other important content to more than 50 services.