Transfer music from phone to PC

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by patriotaki, Jul 18, 2017.

  1. patriotaki macrumors member

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    hello i have downloaded himusic app from tutuapp so i can download songs/mp3s to my device without iTunes my problem is that the app will get revoked in 7 days and ill need to reinstall it ,i will probably lose all songs ive downloaded

    im looking for a way to transfer all the music ive downloaded to PC and then Transfer the music to iphone via iTunes so they will stay forever

    how can i do that?

    i tried that https://www.iskysoft.com but i think it doesnt do the job
     
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  4. nieks macrumors regular

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    What's this HiMusic app then? Looks kinda shady, as it uses some kind of different app store, I believe? That would probably mean it is proper s**t to install on your phone.

    Can you please be clearer on what you want? Is it:
    - to listen to music on your phone?
    - to listen to music on your computer?
    - to sync your iTunes library with your iPhone?

    Normally, you can just import the music files (for instance *.mp3) into iTunes, and then sync with your iPhone. Why can't you just do that??
     
  5. patriotaki thread starter macrumors member

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    I want to transfer music/songs files from my iphone to PC

    I used himusic to download the songs. Appearantly the songs are hidden somewhere in the storage of the phone which is not accessible i believe?

    I found himusic in the tutuapp ( a great service that provides paid apps for free etc)

    Im asking for a software maybe that can read those songs and transfer it to my pc
     
  6. nieks macrumors regular

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    Then no, you can't. Not with music that's within an app.
     

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