You need to find a way to copy your songs from your iPhone to iTunes.
The unthinkable has happened. Your PC has crashed, leaving you with no way to recover your vast music library. It's like a nightmare-not only do you have to get a new computer bought and set up, but now you have to piece together your favorite music from scratch, re-download albums, re-rip your CDs. In the meantime, the only access to your favorite music is through your iPhone, which, sadly, may be overwritten when you sync it up with your new computer. If only you could simply move all your music from your iPhone to your computer. It only took a couple minutes to get it on there, why would it be so hard to put it back?
Due to restrictions built into the iPhone's OS, it is normally extremely difficult (if not impossible) to move music files on the phone to a PC. This is to avoid illegal copying and sharing of music. Sadly, there are some scenarios, like the one above, in which transferring your music to a PC is legal and would save you many hours and help you avoid a massive headache.
Today, there are solutions available to help you in your music-transfer times of need. One solution is completely free, allows limitless song transfer from an iPhone to iTunes on a computer, and can help you move a portion of a playlist or an entire music library with only a few clicks in only a few minutes. KiwiG PhonTunes is that software solution, and is available for Windows right now.
Below, we'll walk you through the process of how to get songs from your iPhone to iTunes. Once you see how easy it is, you'll never sweat accidental loss of your iTunes songs library again.
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