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How can i transfer a playlist from my computer to my I pad

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ITunes is one option, but it might erase the existed data on your iPad. Try some data transfer tool like CopyTrans, AnyTrans. How Can Transfer Music from Computer to iPhone 5s

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Got itune? if not down load it, install it then connect your ipad and you're good to go

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Hey friend. What kind of files do you want to sync between iPhone and iPad? Let's say, if you're planning to sync music from iPhone to iPad, you can simply rely on iTunes.

Please note that if you have hundreds of thousands of songs in iTunes Music Library, you'd better create a separate playlist for the songs you want to transfer. Then you can choose the playlist when you sync music to iPad with iTunes. The following guidance will show you how to transfer songs from iPhone to iPad with iTunes.

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I want to transfer my pics from my computer to my I Pad but doing it by Email is slow, is there a better way?


Follow the steps to transfer pics from your computer to your iPad:
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Download Install and run iTunes and select your iPad device from left panel under "Devices" section.
Step 2: Click on Photos tab, Check the "Sync Photos from" checkbox and select "Choose Folder..." option from drop-down menu. Locate the folder with the photos you want to transfer on your computer and hit "Select Folder" button.
Step 3: When folder listed in iTunes, select all pictures that you want to copy to your iPad and hit Sync/Apply button from bottom right corner.

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