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How to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android

Apple's iTunes offers over 28 million songs, you can sync music from your iTunes library to your iPhone, iPad or iPod forever, but what do you do when you get an Android phone or tablet? Due to iTunes's restriction of only syncing with iDevices, how can we sync our music from iTunes to Android.
Don't worry, there is an easy way to get your iTunes content onto Android with the help of Android Transfer. This iTunes to Android Trnafer software, which is designed to transfer iTunes music to Android seamlessly. In addition, this program lets you transfer music from Android to iTunes library as well.
First of all, get the trial version of the program to have a try.

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Now, let's begin the trip of moving iTunes music to Android device.

Steps to Transfer songs from iTunes Library to Android

Step 1 Set up your Android device
To begin with, install and run Android Transfer on your computer. Then connect your Android with computer via a USB cable or via Wi-Fi(Wi-Fi is only available in Windows version).

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Step 2 Transfer music from iTunes to Android
Next step, click "Import iTunes Playlists" button at the bottom of the primary window. When a window pops up, you can select those songs you want to move from iTunes playlists to your Android device.
At the last step, just click "OK" to start transferring music.
If the formats of songs are incompatible with your Android device, this iTunes to Android transfer will remind you whether you want to convert the format of the music file to Android optimized format or not. If yes, click "Yes".

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Note: During the music transferring, you should keep your Android device connected with your computer all the time.

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