How to sync iTunes music m4p with Windows Phone 7

“I have 5.81 GB (approximately 1200 songs) in my iTunes. How do I transfer ALL of those songs to my Windows Phone 7? I want EVERY song I have in my iTunes on my Windows Phone 7. What is the best way to go about this?”

If you want to play iTunes music M4P, M4A, AAC on your Windows Phone 7, you just need to use some software to convert iTunes music to Windows Phone 7 compatible format and then transfer the output files to your Windows Phone 7. The following guide is going to show you how to remove DRM copy protection from iTunes music, convert DRM iTunes music M4P to MP3, M4A to MP3, AAC to MP3 and sync iTunes music to Windows Phone 7 using TuneClone Audio Converter.

1. Create a new playlist in iTunes.

2. Add the iTunes songs to the playlist.

3. Launch TuneClone Audio Converter. Click the “Settings” tab. In the pop-up window, you can specify output folder, output file name format, output format, etc for the output files. Note: You can check whether TuneClone virtual CD drive is successfully installed and where it is installed at the bottom left corner of the interface.

4. Switch to iTunes. In iTunes, Right click the playlist you just created and choose “Burn Playlist to Disc”.

5. In the pop-up window of “Burn Settings”, select “TuneClon Virtual_CD-RW” from the “CD Burner” drop-down list, click the radio button next to “Audio CD” and tick “Include CD Text” option. Click “Burn” to start burning.

6. Upon the completion of burning the disc and encoding the music, you can open the TuneClone manager screen to show all the converted music files. To locate the output folder, simply click the “Folder” tab on the interface.

After you get the output music files, connect your Windows Phone 7 to computer via the USB cable, drag and drop the converted music to the music folder, then you can play the iTunes M4P music on your Windows Phone 7 at ease.

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