Tutorial How to Put Music on Your iPhone Without iTunes

Professora Akira

Oct 13, 2017
📌Using Finder for macOS
Open Finder
It's the two-toned face icon on the Dock, which is usually at the bottom of the screen.[1] If you're using macOS Catalina or later, you've probablyView attachment v4-460px-Put-Music-on-Your-iPhone-Without-iTunes-Step-15-Version-3.jpg.webp noticed that iTunes is missing. You can use Finder to transfer music to your iPhone the same way you once used iTunes.View attachment v4-460px-Put-Music-on-Your-iPhone-Without-iTunes-Step-7-Version-7.jpg.webp

Connect your iPhone to your Mac. Once your iPhone is detected, you'll see its name appear in the left panel of Finder under "Locations."
  • If prompted to do so, tap Trust to allow your iPhone to access data on your Mac
Click your iPhone in the left panel. Information about your iPhone will appear in the main (right) panel.

Click the Music tab. It's near the top of the window.
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Check the "Sync Music onto (your iPhone's name)" box. It's in the main panel.View attachment v4-460px-Put-Music-on-Your-iPhone-Without-iTunes-Step-18-Version-5.jpg.webp

Choose which music to sync. To sync all of the music on your Mac to your iPhone, select Entire music library. If you'd prefer to choose specific music, select Selected artists, albums, genres, and playlists. Both options appear next to "Sync" in the main panel.
Click Apply. It's at the bottom of the window. The selected music will now sync to your iPhone.View attachment v4-460px-Put-Music-on-Your-iPhone-Without-iTunes-Step-20-Version-3.jpg.webp

Method 2 of 3:
Using Spotify ρrémíùm

Sign up for Spotify ρrémíùm. A ρrémíùm Spotify membership will allow you to sync MP3, M4P/AAC (DRM-protected audio files purchased from iTunes/Apple Music), and MP4 files to your iPhone as long as Spotify is installed at both locations.[2]
  • After signing up for Spotify ρrémíùm, you can install Spotify on your computer by downloading it from You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now.. Once you've installed Spotify, log in using the account you use to access your ρrémíùm membership.
  • If you don't already have Spotify installed on your iPhone, you can download it from the App Store.
Open your Spotify settings. To do this, click the down-arrow next to your name in the upper-right corner of Spotify and select Settings.

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Toggle on the switch next to "Show Local Files." It's under the "Local Files" header in the main panel.

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Add your music files to Spotify. To do this:
  • Click ADD A SOURCE under this header.[3]
  • Select the folder that contains your music files and click OK. Spotify will import the files in that folder.
  • To view your local files, click Your Library in the left panel, and then click the Local Files tile at the top. It may take several minutes for the files to import.
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Create a new playlist for the files you want to sync. The trick to getting your audio files onto your iPhone from your computer is to first add them to a playlist, and then mark that playlist as downloaded. To create the playlist:
Open the Spotify app on your iPhone. It's the green circle icon with three curved black lines inside. If you're not already signed in with your ρrémíùm account, follow the on-screen instructions to sign in now.
Note: If your iPhone is not already connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your computer that's running Spotify, connect to that network now.

Allow local files on your iPhone. Here's how:
  • Tap the gear at the top-right corner of Spotify.
  • Scroll down and tap Local Files.
  • Tap the "Local Audio Files" switch to turn it on.
  • If you haven't used your iPhone to connect to another device before, follow the on-screen instructions to allow Spotify to find devices.
  • Tap the back button until you've returned to the Spotify home screen.
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Tap the Your Library tab. It's at the bottom of Spotify.
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Tap the playlist you created on your computer. If you don't see it, tap Playlists at the top first.
  • Don't panic if it's empty—you still need to download the songs.
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Tap the down-arrow to download the playlist. It's at the top of the playlist below its name. This downloads the music from the playlist onto your iPhone.
Method 3 of 3:
Using Dropbox

Sign up for a Dropbox account at You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now.. You can add songs from your computer to Dropbox and play them using the Dropbox app on your iPhone. Basic (free) Dropbox accounts come with 2 GB of space, but you can upgrade to Dropbox Plus or Dropbox Family (2 TB), Dropbox Professional (3 TB), or Dropbox Business (5 TB) if you need more.[4]

Install the Dropbox client on your computer. This will add a Dropbox folder to your menu bar (top-right corner on a Mac) or system tray (bottom-right corner in Windows). Anything you place in this folder will be uploaded to your Dropbox account.
Note: Installing the client is optional but does make things easier. If there's a reason you aren't able to install the client, go to You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. and log in to your account to access the web interface.
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Copy the music files you want to add to your iPhone to your Dropbox folder. You can open the Dropbox folder by clicking the Dropbox icon in your System Tray or menu bar, and then clicking the folder button. Dropbox supports music in .mp3, .aiff, .m4a, and .wav formats.[5]
Install Dropbox on your iPhone. The app is free and can be downloaded from the App Store. Once the app is installed, launch it and sign in using the same Dropbox account you use on your computer.
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Tap the song that you want to play. Dropbox will stream any of the songs that you have stored on your Dropbox account as long as you have a network connection. The songs will continue playing in the background even if you switch apps.




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