If you have downloaded some new music to your iPhone, or you've just found your long lost iPod with some great nostalgic tunes on, it may be the case that the iTunes library on your computer is not up-to-date with all of the music on your iPhone. It is recommended to keep all of your music safely backed up to your iTunes library, in case anything should happen to your device. Unfortunately, iTunes cannot scan your iPhone and show you the difference in music. However, TouchCopy is at hand which can provide a list of the iPhone's music which is not showing up in your iTunes library.
So what's the solution? Find out how TouchCopy can help you out below...
When you start up TouchCopy and connect your device, the Music Tab will open by default, displaying all of your iPhone's music. By this point, TouchCopy will have already scanned your iTunes library and compared it to the contents of your iPhone's music. If you already have some of this music iTunes, click the "Not in iTunes" header on the left of TouchCopy. The software will give you a list of the tracks on your iPhone which are not yet showing in your iTunes library.
When you see the "Not in iTunes" list in TouchCopy, simply click the "Copy to iTunes" button to copy the songs into your iTunes library!
To have access to your iPhone music in your iTunes library on your computer, without having to connect your device, you'll need to copy the iPhone music to iTunes. This short article will guide you through how to to this quickly and efficiently.