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How to Sync iTunes music and video from Mac to Android


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Recently, as Google’s android phone are pretty good for playing music and videos due to its wonderful screen, you may have switch from iPhone to android. But you find that it had some problem of getting your iTunes music/video from your Mac to your Android phone as all the iTunes music is under DRM copy protection except for iTunes Plus music. So what can we do?


1. Set your iTunes to sync between your Mac and your phone with the help of doubleTwist.

doubleTwist is an app that can Manage and sync your iTunes music, photos and videos on your mobile device. It’s easy to use and completely free.


Step1. First, to start syncing iTunes on your Mac with your Android phone, make sure download doubleTwist for Mac on your machine and doubleTwist App for Android on your phone.


After download, install the app on both your Mac and Android phone. Open the application to the main screen.


Step2. Connect Android with Mac

Use your phone’s USB cable to connect the two devices. On your Android phone screen, you will be prompted to select the connection type; select ‘Disk Drive’.

Once connected, you will be able to see a new storage button on your Mac screen.


Step3. Sync Your Android Storage

When you open your doubleTwist application, you will see an instruction to sync your iTunes music with your phone. Of course You can choose to sync music, photos and videos.


To sync music, select ‘Sync music to device’. Choose to sync all music and click on the ‘Sync’ button to proceed. You can sync video to your device in the same way.


When the process is done, you will be able to check if the sync process was successful. On the left menu of doubleTwist on your Mac, there is a device menu name which refers to your android phone. In this example, it is ‘HTC Android Phone’. Click on the submenu ‘Music’ to check on your music list.


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