Can You Transfer Non Purchased Music to New iPhone?
Most of us would like to download music on iPhone so that we can enjoy the music anytime and
anywhere. We can purchase and download music from Apple Music app. Besides, we can also add music from
computer to iPhone with the help of iTunes.
When upgrading to a new iPhone, you definitely do not want to leave your favorite songs
behind. For the purchased songs, you can re-download them on new iPhone easily. However, how
about those non purchased songs? As everyone knows, Apple makes it difficult to transfer
non-purchased items between two devices because of copyright consideration.
So you come to this guide to see whether there’s
another way to help you transfer non purchased music to new iPhone. Well, fortunately,
there’s one third-party tool that offers the solution. Just keep reading to learn
How to Transfer Non Purchased Music to New iPhone?
To transfer non purchased music to new iPhone, you can rely on AOMEI MBackupper - one professional iOS data manager. It offers an easy, fast and safe way to transfer data between two iDevices & transfer data between computer and iPhone.
★ Easy-to-use. It has a clear interface and user-friendly design, you can complete the transfer in only a few
★ Transfer selected songs. You can transfer all non purchased
songs in 1-click or only the selected items as per your needs.
★ Fast transfer
speed. Its transfer speed is higher than the average speed on the market: 1000
songs can be transferred in only 9mins13s.
★ No harm to existing data. It will not erase any existing data on new iPhone and there is no need to reset your new
iPhone if you have already used it for a while.
AOMEI MBackupper supports all iPhone models including the newest iPhone 12/11/iPhone SE 2020 and works
well with the latest iOS 14. See the steps below to see how to transfer non purchased
music from iPhone to new iPhone & how to transfer non purchased music from computer to iPhone.
→ Steps to Transfer Non Purchased Music from Old iPhone to New iPhone
Two steps to transfer the transfer: Backup songs on old iPhone > Restore the backup files to new iPhone.
Backup Music on Old iPhone
Step 1. Connect your old iPhone to computer via the USB cable > Enter the passcode to give your computer access to your device.
Step 2. Click Custom Backup option > Click Music to
choose the songs you want to transfer to new device.
Step 3. Select the purchased or non-purchased songs you want to transfer > Click OK to
Step 4. Select the storage path > Click the Start Backup button to backup
songs to computer.
Transfer Non Purchased Music to New iPhone
Step 1. Unplug your old iPhone and then connect your new iPhone to computer > Go to the Backup Management screen > Click the Expand tab >>Advanced option to choose Restore.
Step 2. You can click the Music icon to preview the songs that will be
transferred to your device, if everything is ok, click Start Restore to
transfer songs to your new iPhone.
→ Steps to Transfer Non Purchased Music from Computer to iPhone
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to computer via the USB cable > Enter the passcode to give your computer access to your device > Click Transfer to iPhone option.
Step 2. Click "+" to choose the songs you want to transfer to iPhone.
Step 3. Choose the songs you want to transfer to iPhone and click OK.
Step 4. Finally, click the Transfer button to make it.
● Note: AOMEI MBackupper can also help you transfer purchased or non-purchased music from iPhone to computer. You can go to this Transfer Music from iPhone to Computer guide to learn more.
That’s all for how to transfer non purchased music to new iPhone. As you can see, AOMEI MBackupper offers a safe way to transfer songs from old iPhone to new iPhone & transfer songs from computer to iPhone. Besides music, it also supports transferring photos, videos, contacts, messages and more. Go for it now and discover more!
PS: If you want to transfer other data from iPhone to new iPhone, the iPhone to iPhone Transfer function is the way to go. It can help you transfer photos, contacts, call history, text messages, memos, calendars, Safari (history, bookmarks), applications (data files, preference), system settings with one click.