Mobile phone is playing a more and more important role in people’s daily life. Many people have more than one phone, such as one iPhone and one Android phone. Imaging that you have some favorite songs on your iPhone and want to copy them from your iPhone to Android. It would be a pity if you can't sync all your nice iPhone music to Android. Now, don’t worry. Transferring music from iPhone to Android is a bit tricky, but not impossible. There are three methods that may help you to easily and quickly transfer music from iPhone to Android phone.

Taking Samsung Galaxy S6 as an example, Samsung Galaxy S6 runs with Android Lollipop 5.0, and it is equipped with the Exynos 7420 processor, and two quad-core CPU, which will bring you extremely fast running speed. The new flagship has 3GB RAM so you can open multiple apps without any crash or slow-down. So this 5-inch new Android phone will be attractive to the Android fans.

If you are an iPhone user and you decide to switch to Samsung Galaxy S6, you should pay attention to the data transfer between iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S6. If you transfer files from an Android phone to iPhone, it will be easy; on the contrary, it’ll take you some time.

Part 1. Transfer iTunes Music from iPhone to Android

When it comes to transferring music from iPhone to Android like Samsung Galaxy S6, iPhone users can take advantage of the Transfer Purchases function of iTunes. People can transfer the music files to iTunes library at first, and then copy the files from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S6.

Transfer iTunes Music from iPhone to Android

1. Connect your Android phone to the computer as an removable drive using a USB cable.

2. Open the iTunes media folder, and then drag and drop the songs into your Android music folder.

Part 2. Transfer Non-purchased Music from iPhone to Android

If you want to transfer music from iPhone to Android phone like Samsung Galaxy S6 directly, you can take advantage Leawo iTransfer to finish the task. This software is used for transferring files among iOS devices, iTunes and computers without the sync of iTunes, and it helps users to transfer the non-purchased items with ease. The following guidance will show you how to transfer music from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S6, and you are allowed to free download the software to have a try.

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Tips: Leawo iTransfer only works with iTunes installed on your PC.

Tutorial for Transferring Music from iPhone to Android like Samsung Galaxy S6

Step 1. Run Leawo iTransfer and connect iPhone to computer with USB. You should plug your S6 in and enable USB Storage mode on your phone.
Step 2. Click the iPhone name and choose Music in the left sidebar. Select the songs you need in the right part and click the transfer button at the right bottom.
Step 3. Check Save to Folder in the pop-up dialog and click Change to browse your computer. Choose the Android phone as target and click Transfer Now.

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When the transfer finishes, you will get the songs in your Samsung Galaxy S6 immediately. Leawo iTransfer helps users to transfer various kinds of files easily, and won’t erase any data in the iOS devices. Leawo iTransfer brings a lot of convenience to people’s daily life, if you are interested, just check it out.

Part 3. Transfer iPhone Music to Android with Google Play

The third method recommended in this post generally involves syncing your iPhone music tracks with your iTunes Music Library on your desktop PC and uploading the music files to your Google Music account. To accomplish this, you will need the Google Music Manager software. Now that your songs are uploaded to Google, you can listen to your songs via the Play Music website on your supported Web browser or via the Play Music app on your Android device. The guidance below is about how to transfer music from iPhone to Android phone with Google Play.

1. Download and install the Google Music Manager app on your computer. (Make sure you sign in with the the same Google account you use with your Android phone.)

2. Run Music Manager and select “iTunes” as the location of your music files, the app will upload all your iTunes songs to Google Play.

3. Run Google Play Music app on your Android, tap the top bar to switch to “All Music”, you should be able to see all your iTunes songs that you uploaded to Google Play.

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