How to Put Music on Samsung Galaxy S6 / S7 / S8 / S9 / S10

How to Put Music on Samsung Galaxy S6 / S7 / S8 / S9 / S10 / S20?

Now, Samsung has released its latest Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 Edge recently. The most surprising is that this Samsung brand new cellphone has a metal body, which makes everyone’s eyes light up. The metal body makes the new Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge more beautiful and greatly improves the cellphone’s texture. This brand new design for Galaxy device may be the Samsung’s strategy to confront with the challenge which comes from Apple- as we know the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus also get a lot of fans. And this revolutionary design of Samsung Galaxy S6, as expected appeals to all people’s sights. Many people think highly of it and can’t wait to purchase one.

You may also get ready to switch your old cell phone to it, of course, the features of the new Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge/S6 Edge Plus won’t make you disappointed- the 64-bit processor, the 2K HD touch screen, and the brilliant 16-megapixel camera will meet almost of your requirements. But before throw away your old cell phone, let’s do some data transfer jobs which are more important than purchasing a new cell phone.

To transfer data, let’s say the music to your new Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge from the computer, or other devices, you can via below three methods according to the respective situation:

Way 1: Copy music from other devices to Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge+ with dr.fone – Phone Transfer

If you try to transfer the music existing on your old device, this can be the best way to choose from.

Step 1: Download dr.fone from the internet

This powerful tool can help you transfer the data from other kinds of devices to the Android phone.

Download dr.fone – Phone Transfer

Step 2: Run dr.fone on the computer and connect your old cellphone and Samsung Galaxy.

Run dr.fone – Phone Transfer and then go into “Phone Transfer” mode. Then use USB cables to connect both your old and new devices to the computer.


Step 3: Transfer music from other devices to Samsung Galaxy S6/S7 Edge/S8/S9

In the middle, select Music, and then click the Start Transfer button. And then the software will start copying the music to your Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge.

how to download music to galaxy s6 with dr.fone

Way 2: Put music on Samsung Galaxy S6/S7 (edge) by iMusic easily

If you want to get music from other resources, such as YouTube or other streaming sites, you can try iMusic.

Step 1: Download and install iMusic on the computer, and run it.

Download iMusic

Step 2: Connect your Samsung Galaxy S6/S7 to the computer with a USB cable.

The software will soon identify your device and show it in the primary window.

Connect Samsung Galaxy S7 to PC

Step 3: Free download music from YouTube

This tool also enables you to download free music from YouTube or other Internet as well. Just turn to “Get Music” on the left side menu of iMusic page and click “Download”. After that, enter the song name you want to download in the search bar of YouTube. Now just select the song to download freely.

Download Music from Youtube
Download Youtube via URL

Once the download is complete, you can find the song in the Download list. And all the download music tags are fixed automatically.

Step 4: Put downloaded music on your Samsung Galaxy S6/S7

Now under iTunes on the left side menu, click on the “Downloaded” option that will open the list of songs. Select the songs that you want to transfer to Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S7. Now on the top menu go to “Export” and from the drop-down list, select the target Samsung Galaxy S6/S7/S8 device.

how to download music to galaxy s6 with iMusic

After music transferring, you can check the music under “Music” on the left side.

Way 3: Put music files on Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge+ / S7 / S7 Edge directly.

You can also put music on your Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge/S6 Edge Plus / S7 / S7 Edge without any third-party tool. Just connect your Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge+ to the computer with a USB cable under the external hard drive mode of your cell phone. Then you can view the cellphone files directly on the computer. Just copy and paste the music files onto the cellphone, that’s all.


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