Best Solution To Backup Files From iPhone,iPod to Computer






     Recently, I had an issue with iTunes and ended up deleting my entire library. I still had all my music and apps on my iPhone, but iTunes has no method for syncing back in the other direction. After a bit of searching, I found it was pretty easy to restore everything back to the way it was—I just needed to do a little extra work. Here's what the process entails, when you need to transfer/copy music from iPhone 4/4s/5 to Mac, or computer, you have to try some iPhone to computer transfer but not the iTunes. Moreover, if you are a big fan of Apple and own a lot of iOS devices, you may notice that it is not an easy task to share these data within the devices. Users are unable to use Bluetooth for data transfer and there are no suitable file management tools. As a result, users can only transmit these data between two devices in a very complicated way. But don't you think it is nonsense to have such a complex setup just to share data between two devices that are close together? So is there an easy and fast way to transfer files between iPhone and Mac or other iOS devices?

You can just copy the files from the iPod through Windows Explorer. None of the songs will have file names that make sense. It'll just be a Hex string. No worries. Put the files in the Automatically Add to iTunes folder. Open iTunes. If it shows it's pulling in files, wait until it's done. If it doesn't show it's pulling anything in after a minute or two, or after it's done pulling in the songs, restart iTunes. Wait until any other songs are pulled in.


The ability to quickly record voice memos on the iPhone is a frequently overlooked feature. Furthermore, figuring out how to import these files from your iPhone to your computer can be tricky. Here are a couple of ways of getting your voice memos off your phone and onto your computer. If you've got an iPhone, then you probably take it everywhere you go. That means you're taking a pretty decent camera everywhere you go too, when you need to transfer music from iPhone to Mac, or computer, you have to try some iPhone to computer transfer but not the iTunes. Which inevitably means you end up taking lots of photos on it. Because the iPhone has a good camera built in, each photo takes up roughly 2-2.5 megabytes of space on your iPhone, and that can start filling up your iPhone's memory pretty fast, you’re allowed to copy everything from iPhone, ipad, iPod to computer for backup, this is user guide: how to copy/backup music from iPhone 4/4s/5 to Mac OS X.

Now that you've got your music back, the other main thing iTunes is missing is your apps. The problem is, if you try to sync it, iTunes tells you that "All existing apps and their data on the iPhone will be replaced with apps from this iTunes library." Here's how to sync your iPhone with the new computer, while making sure you keep all your apps and their data intact. when you need to transfer music from iPhone to Mac, or computer, you have to try some iPhone to computer transfer but not the iTunes.

The one downside is that, when it's done syncing, all of your apps will have been rearranged on the home screen. But, after putting them back in the correct order and folders, your iPhone should be exactly the same as it was before, with all your apps and their data in the right place, and it should sync normally with your new copy of iTunes. Moreover, if you are a big fan of Apple and own a lot of iOS devices, you may notice that it is not an easy task to share these data within the devices. Users are unable to use Bluetooth for data transfer and there are no suitable file management tools. As a result, users can only transmit these data between two devices in a very complicated way. But don't you think it is nonsense to have such a complex setup just to share data between two devices that are close together? So is there an easy and fast way to transfer files between iPhone and Mac or other iOS devices?






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Your iPhone should be exactly the same as it was before, with all your apps and their data in the right place, and it should sync normally with your new copy of iTunes. For iPod users: www.vibosoft.com/ios/how-to-transfer-music-from-ipod-to-mac.html


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