How do I transfer music from Windows Media Player to USB?
Method 2 Windows 7 and Earlier
- Insert the USB drive you want to use.
- Open the "Computer" window.
- Find your USB drive.
- Make note of the USB drive's label and letter.
- Check how much space is available on the drive.
- Find the music you want to transfer.
- Select the files and folders that you want to copy.
Here's how it works:
- Connect the phone to the PC.
- On the PC, choose Windows Media Player from the AutoPlay dialog box.
- On the PC, ensure that the Sync list appears.
- Drag to the Sync area the music you want to transfer to your phone.
- Click the Start Sync button to transfer the music from the PC to your Android phone.
- Click + button, go to Windows Media Play music library and select your favorite songs, click Open to transfer them to your iPhone 6/6s. You can find Windows Media Player music folder by opening Windows Media Player and right-clicking the songs > Open file location.
- Load music onto your device using a USB cable
- Download and install Android File Transfer on your computer.
- If your screen is locked, unlock your screen.
- Connect your computer to your device using a USB cable.
- Locate music files on your computer and drag them into your device's Music folder in Android File Transfer.
- The basic way of transferring music is by manually copying your iTunes music files into a temporary folder on your PC (or just transferring them directly from your iTunes library folders. Then one can simply connect any Android phone to the computer using a USB cable and open the phone's music folder.
Updated: 2nd October 2019