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The Samsung Galaxy S9 runs Android 8.0 and is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery. Besides, the phone packs 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 400GB via a microSD card. You can store as many music as you want with external 400GB and enjoy music with long battery life.
To take full advantage of the large space and long battery life, we are going to import songs as many as we can to our Samsung Galaxy S9 in case of coffee time. In this article, three different ways will be covered to import music to Samsung Galaxy S9. Here this article guides you how to transfer or sync iTunes playlist to Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus for enjoying.
The easiest and most straightforward way is to copy and paste iTunes playlists from iTunes media folder to Samsung Galaxy S9.
Step 1: Find Default iTunes Media Folder on Computer.
Run iTunes on computer and tick "Copy files to iTunes media folder when adding to library" selection to make iTunes music, playlists, and videos will be saved automatically to computer. You can find the default iTunes media folder on PC according to operating systems:
Windows 7/8/10: 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 2: Copy iTunes music to S9.
Connect Samsung Galaxy S9 to PC via a USB cable. After successfully connecting device, open S9 hard drive. Now, open the iTunes Media Folder to copy and paste playlists to Samsung Galaxy S9.
You may need another simple way to get your iTunes music. Syncios Data Transfer which is a great tool to help you in transferring iTunes music to iOS or Android phones with one click. What's more, other contents including contacts, messages, call logs, photos, videos, bookmarks and more can also be transferred easily. Here just take a look at how to transfer iTunes playlists to Samsung Galaxy S9 with Samsung Data Transfer in one-click.
Step 1: Install Samsung Data Transfer and launch it.
Download and install Samsung Data Transfer on PC or Mac, then launch it. Connect Samsung Galaxy S9 to computer with USB cable, after Samsung Data Transfer detect the device successfully, three modules on the program homepage will pop up automatically. Choose Restore mode and click iTunes Library button, then iTunes Music to Samsung Transfer window will pop up.
Step 2: Select the iTunes Music and Start Transferring.
You can select iTunes music and playlists option from the drop-down list, then tick music item. Click "OK" button and tap Next to launch the transfer. Just wait a few seconds until Samsung Data Transfer finishes the transferring process.
Not all iTunes music or playlists can be transferred to Samsung Galaxy S9 or other devices, for example, you probably have another library for iTunes M4P Music or other DRM-ed music you downloaded from Apple Music. And it is also very easy to sync these music files to your S9 via the same Apple ID.
But if you intend to convert iTunes M4P files to MP3, or wanna keep Apple Music songs you downloaded on your computer, S9 forever without worrying about canceling the subscription, of you want to transfer Apple Music songs or iTunes M3P music among different devices freely, you can use Sidify Apple Music Converter to remove the DRM protection legally first, and convert them to popular formats like MP3, AAC, WAV, or FLAC.
Step 1: Add Apple Music Songs or iTunes M4P Music.
Downloadg and install Sidify Apple Music Converter, Then launch it and click to import Apple Music
Step 2: Choose the Output Format.
Tap to choose output format like MP3 and adjust other basic settings like output path, conversion speed, and here you can set the converting speed up to 20X and adjust the output quality up to 320 Kbps.
Step 3: Start Converting.
Just click "Convert" button to start converting. After the conversion completed, you can click to find the converted music files.
Step 4: Transfer Music to Galaxy S9
Now,what we need to do is to transfer the Converted Apple Music and iTunes M4P Music to S9.