3 Methods to Transfer Songs from CD to iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 (Plus)
It becomes too costly to always download songs to your iPhone and sometimes you may require to transfer all the data of your music CD to your iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 (Plus). This process can be very helpful as you may be able to listen to the songs of your choice on your iPhone without having to download it every time from the iTunes store and the best part is that you won't have to pay for it.
This article presents the steps in very simple and understandable terms, through which you can follow to transfer music from CD to iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 (Plus). It includes clear screenshots so that you might not face problems in any of the steps.
- To transfer music from CD to iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 (Plus), please insert the CD in the CD-ROM of your computer and then open iTunes.
- Select the CD icon located at the upper-left area of the screen.
- A message box will pop up asking you if you want iTunes to import the music from the CD. Click on "YES" and you are good to go.
- As soon as you click the 'YES' button, iTunes will kick into action and it will start to copy the songs from your CD to the iTunes library. Check the items you wish to import to iTunes, then select “Import CD“.
- Select your import settings and click "OK". You can use the AAC Encoder, MP3 or other. Select “OK” once you’re done with your selections.
Wait while the music is ripped to your iTunes library. This is the end of step one. Move on to the step two to transfer music from CD to iPhone.
Step 2 Transfer the loaded CD songs to your iPhone.
Step two involves transferring the library's songs gotten from CD in the iTunes to your iPhone. For this, you will have to first create a playlist in the iTunes which includes the songs just imported by the CD. Create a new playlist from the file tab.
Now connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable. In the left sidebar, click your iPhone under "DEVICES". In the right panel, click "Music" and click "Sync Music". And then, tick "Selected playlists, artists, albums, and genres". Check the box next to the album you just copied from CD and then click the "Sync" to put CD songs to iPhone.
In this way, you can easily copy music from CD to iPhone. However, one thing you must be clear every time that while iTunes syncs music with your iPhone, all songs existing on your iPhone will be removed. It's really terrible if all original songs on your iPhone are coverred . To avoid that, you can try method 2 to transfer music to iPhone after add songs from CD to iTunes.
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The following tutorial will make it simple for you.
Step 1. First of all, you will have to transfer the contents of the CD to the iTunes software. It is very simple and already explained in the previous part.
Step 2. Run the iPhone Transfer tool on your computer according to your computer OS. Select Transfer and connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable.
Step 3. In the primary window, click "Transfer iTunes Media to Device". A window with all the media content in iTunes will be detected. By default, all the items have been checked, uncheck other items and only leave the CD playlist checked. And click "Transfer" to start the process.
Step 4 After a while, the playlist have been transferred to your iPhone, click "OK" to close the dialog.
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The software is very simple to use and requires no genius. Simply download and have a try to transfer CD to iPhone X/8/7/6S/6 (Plus) easily. If this guide helps, don't forget to share it with your friends.
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