One of the reasons that can make someone don’t want to buy a new iPhone that he is afraid of losing his current data and especially the music library but that’s not a problem anymore and you about to find that in this article. We will show some ways you can use to restore all your current library of music to the new iPhone you just bought, this method can be used as well for iPads.
Two Quick Options to Restore Music to New iPhone
iMyFone TunesMate is one of those programs that allow you to do many things related to iDevices from coping media files, backing up your iTunes library and many more things. With it, music not restored to new iPhone is no longer a problem. You can know more about the software by reading the details below.
Key Features of TunesMate:
- You have the authorize to unlimited number of computers but iTunes only offers to authorize 5 computers.
- Both paid and free files are supported to be transferred while iTunes only supported the paid files.
- You can transfer iTunes library to your iPhone or iPad without typing the password every time.
- You can enrich your music collection by adding music files from any iOS device even from the devices of your friends.
Now let explain how to restore your music to new iPhone in one click or selectively.
1. How to Restore Music to New iPhone in One Click
Step 1: Launch the iMyFone TunesMate, connect your device to your PC with an original USB cable. If the USB cable isn’t connected iMyFone TunesMate will remined you to do so.
Step 2: After a successful connection, you will see a summarized specs of your iPhone. This gives the assurance that your iPhone was recognized by the software. You can see three options.
Step 3: Here you want to transfer your iTunes music to new iPhone. To do this, just one simply click on “Transfer iTunes media to iDevices”.
Step 4: You can see all the media files in your iTunes library in list. Just uncheck the other file type except "Music" and then click "Transfer" button to begin the transfer process.
Step 5: When it finish. Click "OK". Then you can check your new iPhone and enjoy the music.
2. How to Restore Music from PC to New iPhone Selectively
Step 1: Launch the iMyFone TunesMate, connect your device to your PC with an original USB cable.
Step 2: On the top of the interface, you can see "Music", "Videos", “Photos”, etc.
Step 3: Here you want to transfer your music to new iPhone. To do this, click on the "Music" tab and now you can see your exiting music list.
Step 4: Click "Add" and then select "Add File" or "Add Folder". On the pop up window, just choose the music you want to restore to your new iPhone and then click "Open" to start.
Step 5: It won't take you too long and after it finish, you can enjoy the new added music on your iPhone.
Restore Music to New iPhone via iTunes
You can restore any type of media on your new iPhone or any new iDevice using iTunes. This method depends on that you already have a iTunes backup on your mac or PC. Blow is the guide to restore your iTunes library to new iPhone.
Step 1: Open iTunes from the platfrom you used to back up your device whether it Mac or PC.
Step 2: Now connect your iPhone to the computer using the USB cable. If a message pops up in front of you asking for the passcode, you have to follow the steps.
Step 3: Select your iPhone when it appears in the iTunes. On the left sidebar, choose "Music".
Step 4: Check “Sync Music” and check the purchased music you want to transfer to iPhone. Tap Apply to sync the purchased songs to iPhone.
Music Not Restored to New iPhone? Use iCloud
That’s because there are kinds of accidents that may cause the loss of your music and other files. Thanks to Apple iCloud service, there is still the possibility to get your lost music back. With iCloud, every song you’ve purchased at iTunes is stored in your iTunes account and is available to redownload onto any compatible device.
Step 1: Open the iTunes store app, now go and tap on “Purchased” which is available on the bottom of the screen.
Step 2: You may need to enter your Apple ID and password.
Step 3: Tap on the “Not on This iPhone” tab which you will find on the upper right side of the screen. Now you can access a list contains all the music that you have purchased which of course not available on your new iPhone and you need to restore them.
Step 4: Select all the music files you want to restore and by tapping the cloud icon with the download arrow you can download several songs at the same time.