How to Transfer Music From Different Itunes Accounts?

You’ve got more than one iTunes account and you want to move your music from one to the other. Here’s how to do it.

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Introduction

Different iTunes accounts can have different settings and options, which can make it difficult to transfer music from one iTunes account to another. However, with a few simple steps, you can easily transfer your music from one iTunes account to another.

What You Need

In order to complete this process, you will need:
-Access to both the old and new iTunes accounts
-A computer with iTunes installed
-A USB cable
-An iOS device

Set up Home Sharing

Assuming you want to keep the music on both devices, you first need to set up Home Sharing. This allows you to share your iTunes library with up to five other computers in your home. Once it’s set up, each computer can access the others’ libraries, and you can even play their music on your computer. To set up Home Sharing:

1. Open iTunes and go to the Preferences menu.
2. Click on the Sharing tab.
3. Check the box next to “Share my library on my local network.”
4. Click OK.
5. A Home Sharing icon will appear in the left-hand sidebar in iTunes. Click on it.
6. Follow the instructions to create a Home Sharing account using your Apple ID.
7. Once you’ve done that, click on the “Devices” icon in the sidebar and select your computer from the list of available devices.
8. Click on the “Music” tab and check the box next to “Sync Music.”
9. Click Apply and then Sync to transfer your music library to your iPhone or iPod touch

Transfer your music library

iTunes is a great way to organize and listen to your music, but it can also be used to sync your music library across multiple devices. If you have multiple iTunes accounts, you can easily transfer your music library from one account to another.

Here’s how:

1.Export your music library from your first iTunes account. To do this, open iTunes and go to File > Library > Export Library. Choose a location on your computer to save the file, then click Save.

2.Close iTunes and open it with your second iTunes account. Go to File > Library > Import Playlist. Browse for the file you exported in step 1 and click Open.

3.Your music library will now be imported into your second iTunes account!

Check for duplicates

If you have multiple iTunes accounts, you may want to transfer music from one account to another. You can do this by checking for duplicates and then transferring the files to the new account.

Consolidate your media

If you consolidate your media, you’ll be able to access all of your music, movies, and TV shows in each app on all of your devices. If you have multiple iTunes libraries, you might want to consolidate them into one. Here’s how:

– Open iTunes.
-Click File > Library > Consolidate Files.
-Click Consolidate.
– iTunes copies all files from your other libraries and adds them to the iTunes Media folder. Any duplicate files are replaced with links to the files in the iTunes Media folder.

Free up space on your device

If you find that you’re frequently running out of storage space on your device, one solution is to transfer some of your music to another iTunes account. This can be especially helpful if you have a lot of purchased music that you don’t listen to often. Here’s how to transfer music from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to another iTunes account:

1. Connect your device to your computer.
2. On your computer, open iTunes.
3. Click on the device icon in the upper-left corner of the iTunes window.
4. Click on the Music tab in the left sidebar.
5. Select the songs that you want to transfer, then click the “Delete” button.
6. When prompted, click “Delete Songs” to confirm.
7. Connect your device to the other iTunes account and sync your music library.

Conclusion

There is no one definitive way to do this; it will largely depend on the software you are using and your personal preferences. In general, however, you should be able to follow these steps:

1) Connect your device to your computer.

2) Open iTunes and select your device from the list of options.

3) Click on the tab that says “Music” and then select the option to “Sync Music.”

4) Choose the type of music you want to sync, such as “All Songs” or “Selected playlists, artists, and genres.”

5) Click on the “Apply” or “Sync” button to begin transferring the music.

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