My smartphone gave me a hard time yesterday. I have a new collection of music on my computer, but it took me the whole night to transfer music from my computer to my Nexus 5 phone
till I finally gave up. First, it moves really slow in the process of copying those songs. Then it comes to the format issue. It turned out that all my new songs can't be played on my device. I couldn't help but searching for the answer today here.
And that's how I get to know one more amazing feature about TunesGo
. It simplifies and speeds up the process of music transfer, especially when you have large amount of songs. What's more, it automatically covert incompatible formats for your handset. Let's cut the chase and see why it rocks!
Take the trial version of the program to manage your Nexus now.
Step 1 Install and Launch TunesGo on PC
After launching TunesGo on your computer, connect your Nexus to the computer using USB cable. Then, you will see the main interface as below.
: Android 2.1 ~ Android 7.0 and iOS 5 ~ iOS 10 are all supported, you can try it with your iPhone/iPad/iPod, Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, Motorola, and more.
Step 2 Enable USB Debugging on Nexus
To connect Nexus to computer, you need to enable USB Debugging on Nexus. Check the guide below according to the device's OS system.
1) For Android 4.2 or newer
: Go to "Settings" > "About Phone" on your Samsung. Press "Build number" for several times until "You are under developer mode". Then enter "Settings" again, and choose "Developer options" >
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1
: Go to "Settings" >
"Developer options" >
3) For Android 2.3 or earlier
: Go to "Settings" >
"Development". Check "USB debugging".
Step 3 Export Music from Computer to Nexus
When your Nexus are detected by TunesGo, your device name will be listed on the left side. Tap it and then the "Music
" category under your device name. And all the songs will be shown in the interface. Click "Add
" and then "Add File
" and "Add Folder
" will be shown for you to choose. No matter you choose file or folder, there will pop up a window for you to browse and choose the songs you want to transfer from computer to Nexus.
You may be familiar with this normal method to transfer music from computer to Android that I will introduce. With this method, what you really need is a good USB cable, one Android phone and PC.
Firstly, you need to connect your handset to computer, and enable USB Debugging
Secondly, go to "My Computer
" and you can find your device there.
Now, go to where the music folder stored, and select it or choose songs you want and click to export to Android phone.
Just wait a minute, and the copy process will be done.
However, the feature of TunesGo
is impressive. For more awesome function, download TunesGo by clicking below icon to get a clearer picture.