It isn't uncommon for users to run into issues with iTunes, especially the iTunes library. Perhaps you've noticed that for some reason, some of the data that you have in your iTunes library is gone without reasoning. Or maybe some of the backups that you've taken of your devices have been deleted. However, when it comes to backing up data, backups can be precious. You never know when one of your devices will run into a data loss issue, which is why if your backups delete without reason it can be very frustrating. However, if this does happen, there are methods available to recover iTunes library, which is what we're going to take a look at today.
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Assume you get a new iPhone, iPad or iPod to get completely new user experience. Then you must eager to know how to handle your music on your old Android device. Is there an easy way to transfer the music on your Android to iTunes so that you can sync the music to your iDevices? Of course, the answer is yes. We will show you three methods to transfer the music from Android to iTunes in the following part.