Feel bad that you can not sync your iPod Touch with a Samsung Galaxy device to transfer your favorite songs from your iPod to a Samsung Galaxy phone directly? Have you ever try this excellent phone data transfer tool to help you?
Those who already use the iPhone for a long time may want to try something different, like the Samsung Galaxy device with the Android platform. You can never stop people from trying something new, but it is a real problem to transfer data between different platforms.
What if you have hundreds of wonderful songs in your iPod Touch, and now you want to move them all to your new Samsung Galaxy phone? Any idea of how you can do it quickly and easily?
If all your songs are paid for from iTunes Library, you may use iTunes to help you move them to your Samsung Galaxy phone. But people don’t just get music from one place. How about music you get from other channels?
I think you will need some extra help, like some professional data transfer tools. But I only want to tell you to use the best — dr.fone – Phone Transfer.
It is a tool that helps you transfer all kinds of data between different platforms. Of course, it can move music and playlists from iPod to Samsung Galaxy device, just like Galaxy S9 (Plus), Galaxy S8 (Plus), Galaxy Note 9 / 8 / 5 / 4.
Learn how to use the dr.fone to sync iPod Touch with Samsung Galaxy & transfer music from iPod to Samsung Galaxy
Step 1. Install dr.fone on your Windows computer
The whole installation process is straightforward. dr.fone will tell you how to do it. dr.fone’s interface doesn’t have any confusing options or misleading tabs. You will get a primary widow after you launching dr.fone on your computer.
Step 2. Connect both of your iPod and Samsung Galaxy phone/tablet to computer
You need to use your USB cable to connect your devices to your computer. dr.fone will detect your devices and then display them side by side on the primary window. You can see your iPod is on the left as the Source while Samsung Galaxy on the right is the destination. It is a very clear and straightforward interface. And if you want to change their position, there is a “Flip” tab that can help you do that.
There is one more place you need to pay attention to. It is the “Clear data before copy” underside the right side picture. Click this tab; dr.fone will clear all data on your Samsung Galaxy before moving in any data from iPod. So think twice before marking this tab.
Step 3. Export music from iPod to Samsung Galaxy
Find the list of contents in the middle part of the primary window. Tick off the music and then click “Start Transfer” to export music from iPod to its destination—Samsung Galaxy. At last, click “OK” to finish the process.
That is how dr.fone – Phone Transfer helps you sync iPod with Samsung Galaxy device for music sharing; I believe everyone can handle it. So stop struggling with other useless methods. Just try this tool once. You will love it.
PS: also, you can read more about Transfer Music from iPod to computer.