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Time-Saving Method to Sync iTunes Music with Google Nexus 6 / 6P

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Since you already click in and have shown interest in this article, I assume you also already had Nexus 6. So you don’t need to me to tell you how wonderful this phone is. Nexus 6 is running the latest and also the sweetest new Android 5.0 Lollipop. Plus its 6-inch Quad HD AMOLED display, it will provide you a smooth and vivid viewing experience. Since we had mentioned its HD display, never should we forget the outstanding features of the 13-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization. Just wait for your video makes all people feel amazing!

But, after enjoying such fun of your new phone, what are you going to do with the data in your iTunes; it is specially designed software for iOS devices. So you may not be able to transfer music from iTunes to your new Google Nexus 6 willingly. But don’t worry about that, there is always a way to fix problems. Simply use some third party data transfer software, you can easily move music in your iTunes to Nexus 6. How amazing it is! Now you really need to follow me and meet this software I strongly recommend to you, its name is iMusic. Of course, if you do not want to download any software, also provide an easy method without using any software. Please just choose the method you like.

Method 1: Super convenient method by using the iMusic

Many people already knew that Mac cannot recognize Android device as an external hard drive, in order to transfer data between these two different operating systems’ devices, you have to use some third party software. With my recommendation, you don’t even need to search the Internet to find the best software to do that, now you just need to choose the suitable version from the iMusic. Don’t hurry to question me why this software is the best, please keep reading the following part that shows you how easy it is to use it.

Step 1: Download the suitable version, iMusic have the latest version for both Windows and Mac users.

Download iMusic (Windows Version) Download iMusic (Mac Version)

Step 2: Use USB cable to connect your Nexus 6 to Windows PC or Mac.

Step 3: Open this software on your computer, and do remember also open iTunes on your computer, if not, the software will remind you about it. After detecting your Android device, this software will display it on the primary interface.

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Note: Allow USB Debugging if that is requested by the software. This will make sure your phone be connected successfully.

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Step 4: Now check the interface and find “ITUNES LIBRARY” button, then click “Music” option, after clicking it, you can choose to transfer the entire iTunes library or only part of them. If you want to transfer data more than music, iMusic also allows its users to transfer other kinds of data like videos and playlist.

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Step 5: There are two ways for you to export iTunes music to Google Nexus 6 after you selected the files.

a. Just right click those checked music files and then click the option of “Add to” and then select your Google Nexus 6 under “Android Device”. After that, your checked music files will be transferred to Nexus 6.

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b. You only need to click the button “Export” on the top-right corner. Then choose your Google Nexus 6 under the Android device from the drop-down menu to export your music files.

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See! I told you this method is super convenient, defiantly will save you a lot of time. I cannot image a people choose to purchase a highly efficient smart phone like Nexus 6 won’t agree to use this not only time saving but also safe method. Trust me, this phone and this software are perfect for each other.

Download iMusic (Windows Version) Download iMusic (Mac Version)


Method 2: Paste and copy music from iTunes to Nexus 6

If you only have a small amount of music need to transfer, and you don’t want to spend any money on it, you should try this method. But, if you are not very good at handling computer or smart phone, I think to use some software to help still is a better choice for you. And currently, this method only can help Windows users to solve problems. Now, let’s check this method

Step 1: Open your iTunes and find Edit option, then you should click on Reference, after that, is the Advanced option. If you had marked Copy files to iTunes Media Folder option when you adding data to iTunes library, the thing will be easier now, all you need to do is to find the correct folder for those media files.

Step 2: Finding the right folder won’t be difficult, since Windows operating systems all have their defaulted folders. You can check your computer according to the list below.

Windows 7/8: C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\
Windows Vista: C:\Users\username\Music\iTunes\

Step 3: Once you had found the correct media folder, you can find the music folder by clicking in. Open the music folder then you can have a clear idea about your music files; there should be a lot of different folders based on various artists or albums.

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Step 4: Use USB cable to connect your Nexus 6 to a computer, it will be detected as an external hard drive, after opening it, you can paste and copy the music you wanted from the iTunes music folder to your Nexus 6.

Even though this method seems to work and don’t require users to download and install any software, but except for the face it only suitable for Windows users, this method still not as safe as method 1 that uses iMusic, especially when you have a large amount music to transfer, this method will meet some difficult issues during the process, which may end up with losing or damaging data. Also, using iMusic can transfer data more than music, you can transfer TV shows and playlist as well, and it won’t bring you extra troubles, all progresses can be done within a few clicks.

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