Q: I accidentally wiped out all my music storage on my computer. I want to transfer music from iPad to new PC without wiping out the music on my iPad since I have none of the music stored on my computer. When I connect my iPad to the computer, iTunes asks me if I would like to transfer the music on iPad to new PC, not the other way around. Is there anyway I can transfer iPad music to new PC without losing any songs from my iPad?
A: Yes, iTunes only enables one-way transfer. I recommend you use a third party program - iPad to PC Transfer to help you transfer any iPad conten to new PC effectively. It enables you to effortlessly transfer music, playlists and video on iPad back to new PC or iTunes. Simply Drag and Drop. You can move entire genres, albums and artists and keep your playlists intact.
Guide: How to Transfer iPad Music to New PC?
Step 1: Connect iPad to PC
Install the software, and connect iPad to your new PC. All information about your iPad, such as type, capacity, version, serial number, and format, will be shown on the main interface.
Step 2: Select music you want to transfer
a) Open the library/playlist that you want to export.
b) Check the music you want to export in the "Music" list.
c) Click the "Export" button to start exporting music, or choose the "Export to local" option from the "File" menu.
Step 3: Transfer music from iPad to new PC
When you have selected the music needed to transfer to new PC from iPad, the following winodw will pop-up. Choose "Export to Disk Only". Then click the "OK", then the process of transferring music from iPad to new PC will start.
The main functions of this iPad to PC Transfer:
a) It is powerful for iPad users to transfer all files on your iPad to your iTunes library on your computer.
b) It is super easy-to-use. It will automatically do the rest jobs for you except you need to click few buttons.
c) It supports all types of iPad, iPod and iPhone!