If you have been a long time Apple user, there is a great chance majority of your digital collection is tied up inside iTunes. While switching phones, music is not your only concern, but hundreds of phone contacts, important text messages, pictures, videos, iOS-Android compatible applications can all be a hassle to transfer. If you are moving onto an Android device, you are going to want to be able to have access to all of those. While the procedure to connect Android to iTunes might not be direct, there is a very easy way to get your groove on.
How to Connect Android to iTunes
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- One click to transfer all your data from phone to phone.
- Backup your phone data to Mac or Windows PC.
- Restore your data from phone backup, iTunes backup, and more.
- Erase your phone data to protect private information.
Steps to Connect Android Phone to iTunes for File Sharing
Step 3 Open restore tab
Now click the "Restore" tab and choose "from iTunes backup file" option in order to connect your Android to iTunes.
Step 4 Start transferring files from iTunes to Android
In the pop-up windows, you will see all available iTunes contentes. Just check the contents you want and click "Start Copy" to transfer iTunes to Android.