Although Apple has released the new iPhone devices - iPhone 8/8 Plus & iPhone X for a period of time, a large number of users still stick to their iPhone 7/7 Plus in consideration of the high price of iPhone X and non-innovation of iPhone 8. Naturally, great demands of data transfer and management of iPhone 7/7 Plus are put forward. Among them, how to transfer music from computer to iPhone 7/7 Plus has been a hot topic from the beginning to now.
When we talk about putting music to iPhone 7/7 Plus, we may consider using iTunes to sync music from iTunes library. However, if you already had some songs or playlists on your iPhone 7, you are not recommended to use iTunes, which will wipe the previous media files unquestionably. Then, how to transfer music from computer to iPhone 7/7 Plus without iTunes? Don't fret, here comes the EaseUS MobiMover Free, the top one and completely free iPhone data transfer software in the market to enables you to transfer files from PC to iPhone, including photos, videos, movies, music, ringtones, playlists, audiobooks, contacts, notes, and Safari bookmarks.
EaseUS MobiMover Free is an ultimate iPhone data transfer master that allows you to back up all the content on iPhone 7/7 Plus to the Windows computer in a highly-customized way, transfer data from old iPhone to new iPhone straightly, and put files to iPhone 7/7 Plus without any impact to the existing data. Moreover, if you need to delete all photos from iPhone or remove the whole iPhone contacts at one time, you can refer to MobiMover Free to meet your requirements with ease. Now, let’s see how to use MobiMover Free to put music on iPhone 7/7 Plus without iTunes.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your computer and run EaseUS MobiMover. Afterward, go to "PC to Phone" > "Select Files".
Step 2. Select the music files you want to transfer to iPhone and click "Open" to continue.
Step 3. The selected music files will be classified in Audios, check the box and click "Transfer" to start transfering music from PC to iPhone. When it has done, open the Music app on your iPhone to check these songs.