The Simple and Free Way to Backup iPhone Music to Computer

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Alisa Updated on Jun 11, 2018 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

Many iOS users may have stored a lot of Purchasing and downloading music/songs on iPhone, iPad so that they can listen to the music on the go. Music files are so important that many iPhone users want to keep a backup on computer. iTunes, which only supports single one-way transfer: from iTunes to iPhone, and offers no option for you to copy music from an iPhone to a PC. It can only backup purchased music to iTunes. And if you want to restore the backup, it will delete all your content music on iPhone. Have you met such an inconvenience that there is no way to backup iPhone music to computer?

Worry not. Here in this guide, we will share you a reliable & efficient way to help you backup music from iPhone to computer with ease, including both purchased and non-purchased songs.

The tool you will need to backup iPhone music to computer

Fortunately, there's some really good freeware for iPhone data transfer. What I like most is EaseUS MobiMover Free, the first free iPhone transfer software in the market. The best part I like about MobiMover Free is that it is easy-to-use with the simple guide, and its user-friendly interface, so that anyone, even without tech skills, can use it easily. Below are its outstanding features:

1.Transfers both purchased and non-purchased music, as well as playlists, ratings and play counts from iPhone to computer in just 1 click, helps you rebuild iTunes library in a smart way.

2.Allows you to copy songs from iPhone to iPhone, from iPhone to iTunes, and vice versa. Whatever and wherever you want to transfer,MobiMover helps you make it with no effort.

3.Besides music, it also supports transferring other up to 24 types of iOS files from iPhone to computer like photos, contacts, ringtones, videos, notes, messages, etc.

4.Compatible with all computer systems: Windows 10/8/7. Works well with all iOS devices: iPhone 7/SE/6s/6/5s/5/4s, and the latest iPhone X/8. 5.Totally free. With MobiMover Free, you can select one, multiple, or all songs to backup to your computer with ease. Now let's see how to backup iPhone music from iPhone to computer.

Backup iPhone music to computer with MobiMover Free

Now, follow the steps below to back up your iPhone music to the computer with MobiMover in an easier way than ever. For putting music to iPhone from the computer in the vice versa, link to the related online tutorial. 

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Step 1. Connect your iPhone to the computer and run EaseUS MobiMover.

Allow EaseUS MobiMover to access your iPhone by clicking "Allow" on the program and tap "Trust" on the phone.

At the Content Management section, click "Audio" and "Music" to continue the process.

how to back up music from iPhone to computer - step 1

Step 2. Select Music files on your iPhone and choose location on your computer to transfer and back up the selected files.

You can click "Music" to choose desired music files and click "Settings" at the right top corner to navigate a safe location on your PC for saving the files.

how to back up music from iPhone to computer - step 2

Step 3. Click "Transfer to PC" to start the transferring.

Wait until the process finishes. Then you can check the transferred music file and save them on your PC as a backup.

how to back up music from iPhone to computer - step 2

After the transferring process finishes, you can check all your song in the folder you selected in step 4 above. If you want to import only a few songs from iPhone to the computer, you can try the “Custom” transferring option from the primary window. It enables you to import one or multiple iPhone music to PC. If you only need to transfer purchased music from iPhone to the computer, you can check the following guide of how to sync music to computer with iTunes.

Backup iPhone music to computer with iTunes

Step 1: Launch iTunes from your desktop, Start menu, or taskbar.

Step 2: Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod to your computer with your Lightning to USB or 30-pin USB cable.

Step 3: Click the device button, which looks like a small iPhone located near the top-left of the window.

Step 4: Click “Music” in the left-side menu.

Step 5: Click the checkbox next to “Sync Music” so that a checkmark appears. This will ensure your music is synced.

Step 6: Click “Apply” and “Sync”.