Transfer Files from PC to iPhone

How to Transfer Files from PC to iPhone

"I've bought a new iPhone and ever synced with a laptop at home. Now I need to transfer data from PC which is in my sister's home to my iPhone, but iTunes still keeps warning me that it will erase my iPhone. Is there a way to transfer files from PC to iPhone without data lost? Thanks!"

Many people may choose iTunes as their first choice to cope PC files to iPhone. However, if you've encountered the situation like the above user, or other reasons make you can't transfer files from PC to iPhone. To solve these problems in an useful way, you can try iPhone Data Transfer program – one of the best PC to iPhone File Transfer tools to help you transfer files from PC to iPhone.

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iPhone Data Transfer(Windows) allows you transfer photos, music, contacts, playlist, movies, TV shows and Podcasts etc. from PC to iPhone. It's only in 2 steps, and you'll successfully transfer files from PC to iPhone easily.

Now, we take iPhone Data Transfer(Windows) as an example to check how to transfer file from PC to iPhone. iPhone Transfer (Mac) is available as well, but it only supports transferring photos, music and videos now. It works great too.

Step 1. Connect iPhone with PC

Download, install, and run iPhone Transfer. Connect your iPhone with your PC via the USB cable. This PC to iPhone file transfer tool will detect your iPhone and display it in the primary window as what the snapshot below shows. This program fully supports iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus, iPhone 5s/5c/5, iPhone 4S/4, and iPhone 3GS running in iOS 5 - iOS 10.

connect iPhone to computer

Step 2. Transfer files from PC to iPhone

In the primary window, you can see Media, Playlist, Photos, Contacts, and more. After clicking Media, you can see that songs, movies, TV shows, Music Videos, Podcasts, iTunes U, and AudioBooks. Find which category the files you want to transfer from PC to iPhone belong to. And then click Add to find files on your PC and click Open to add them to your iPhone. Now, let's take how to transfer music video photo contact from PC to iPhone as an example. For the transmission of other data, you can follow the similar steps.

1) Transfer Music from Computer to iPhone

Click "Music" on the navigation bar > Click Add to choose "Add Folder" or "Add File"> Find music folder or files and click "Open".

transfer music from computer to iPhone

2) Transfer Videos from Computer to iPhone

Click "Videos" on the navigation bar, you can see all iPhone videos in Movies/Music Videos/Home Videos/TV Shows/iTunes U/Podcasts, click Add to choose "Add Folder" or "Add File", then find video folder or files and click "Open" in the pop-up window to import video.

transfer videos from computer to iPhone

3) Transfer Photos from Computer to iPhone

Click "Photos" on the navigation bar, you can see all iPhone photos in Camera Roll/Photo Library/Photo Stream/Photo Shared, you can click Photo Library, then tap Add to choose "Add Folder" or "Add File", then choose photo folder or files and click "Open" in the pop-up window to add photo.

transfer photos from computer to iPhone

4) Transfer Contacts from Computer to iPhone

Click "Information" on the navigation bar, click"Contacts", you can see all iPhone display as a list, choose the group you want to add to and click Import button, you can choose the contact types like "from Vcard File", "from CSV File", "from Windows Address Book", "from Outlook 2010/2013/2016", select one and choose contact files and click "OK" in the pop-up window to import contact.

transfer contacts from computer to iPhone

Finished!

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