How can you put music on an iPhone 4 without using iTunes


MediaMonkey is a heavy-duty, fully-featured media player for Windows. It is just like iTunes in Mac, allowing you to manage your music, video, podcast, rip CD, organize album art and can be used to sync music to the iPhone 4. !

How do you get to manually manage music on iTunes

If you have iTunes 7 or later, follow these instructions to manually manage your music: connect the device to your computer, open iTunes, select iPhone, iPad, or iPod in the devices list, click the summary tab and select "manually manage music and videos", click apply. for now!

Can you transfer music from your computer to itunes then put them on your ipod

Yes you can, open Itunes, Drag and Drop your music files into Itunes, Plug in your Ipod, click sync and mission accomplished.

Why cant I transfer music from my iTunes library to my new iPhone 4s

Pop into iTunes and choose File --> New Playlist. Now rename it to something logical: I use "iPhone Sync": Now you can just drag and drop music from your iTunes library (in iTunes, needless to say) into this new playlist. When you're ready, you'll see a bunch of music happily ensconced in the playlist (remember, it's all just "pointers": the actual music files are still safely in the main music library, so if you delete something from a playlist , you haven't deleted the original music file)

6 Responses to “How can you put music on an iPhone 4 without using iTunes”

Can you put music on an iPhone without iTunes?No, you must use the latest version of iTunes (currently 8.2) in order to transfer files to your iPhone.

By dreamygirl December 15th, 2012 at 08:26:36

The Apple iTunes software on your computer automatically adds new and downloaded music to your Apple iPhone when you connect the device to the computer and synchronize it with iTunes. To add music to an iPhone when you don’t have access to a computer

By blackdove December 15th, 2012 at 10:35:28

You can access and listen to music on your Apple iPhone with the pre-installed iPod application. This synchronizes with the Apple iTunes software on your personal computer to transfer any new tracks to the music library on the iPhone. If yo…

By djheart December 15th, 2012 at 13:51:29

The iPhone is a smartphone you can customize by adding applications to the phone. Add these apps by downloading them from iTunes and syncing your iPhone with the iTunes program on your computer. An even easier way to add apps is to download…

By astrid1 December 15th, 2012 at 16:03:59

how to put music on your the correct spots, then it just wont it iphone from itunes? i plugged the cords in says its not connected to the itunes store? what am idoing wrong? m

By theartisan December 15th, 2012 at 18:07:38

Should I buy an iPod Touch? Also I have some questions? So I’ve been thinking about getting an iPod Touch. Either a 32gb or 64gb one.

Even though I don’t like the company apple, I must admit their iPod touch/iPhone products seem pretty good. But iPhone is far too expensive, so I’m leaning towards getting an iTouch.

I don’t want to buy it from the apple shop, cos I don’t wanna give them the satisfaction, but at this one shop here the 32gb costs 344 and the 64gb costs 444(actually cheaper than the apple shop lol I think). Both are too expensive cos Apple are ripoffartists, but I’d prefer the 64gb one cos I want as much memory as possible.

I guess I’ll use the iPod touch mostly for music, and maybe apps/games I guess. Probably not videos as much. I may also take video and photos with it.

My music collection on PC is about 14gb and will be rising, slowly but surely I guess. So will 32gb be enough, or should I fork out an extra 100 bucks to that crook Steve Jobs for the extra 32gb? Or should I just get the 32gb one?

The 8gb one is not really an option because I don’t think thats enough

Also, some questions regarding the iPod Touch:

1) Do I need to use iTunes to put my music on the iPod? I am a user of Windows Media Player and think is my preferable program for music, I guess many people will disagree with me but whatever. So anyway is it possible to “sync” or whatever it’s called my iPod with Windows Media Player, or will i need to use iTunes?

2) If I DO need to use iTunes, can I just simply put all my music(MP3s) that I’ve either downloaded elsewhere or ripped from my own CDs into iTunes (without converting them to M4A) and then put them thru to my iPod? Because I don’t want my music files to be changed in any way by going through iTunes

3) So if they can play normal MP3s, do they play them well, no problem?

4) Some of the music I have originaly downloaded didn’t have cover art in Windows Media Player so I pasted some in there. If I put these songs into iTunes and then to iPod, will it still have the artwork I pasted onto there?

5) If it doesn’t have the artwork, am I able to add some in the iPod or iTunes?

6) Also, can you get “apps” for stuff like google chrome, firefox, msn messenger and windows live mail? I don’t like Safari either :P I guess it wont make much different on an iPod touch though.

7) Why is the box to buy an iPod Touch so small? How do they fit cables, chargers in there? Or don’t they? :O

8) 32gb or 64gb? :D

9) Also one last question guys: Is it worth 344-444 bucks for this thing? :D

I’d appreciate the help and thanks. Hopefully the advice helps me make a decision on what to get :D

Thanks bros

By DaRK mAN306 December 15th, 2012 at 20:02:31

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