How to load Audio, Video, Photos & Apps by iTunes


Most of I phone user know, how to use iTunes. But this content is for new users only.

Go to this link to download latest iTunes After install iTunes it will look like following format.

Go to this link for iTunes setting . After clicking the link you can settings iTunes. Without proper settings you may face several problems.

Now click on File and then click Add File to Library or Add Folder to Library to add single or all items in iTunes. To do the same work more easily, you can keep the window of iTunes and folder beside each other and then move all selected items in iTunes.

Load Music: If you connect your Iphone with iTunes for first time then go to Set up for new iPhone or Restore from Backup and select as you desired. To start for first time click on Set Up for new iPhone. Now click on Get started. Click on Restore from Backup, if you want to set from any one’s backup. If you want to take all songs from iphone follow the step like below photo.

If you want to select Artist from Album then follow the steps like below photo.

Load Video: To load video in your iphone singly or full folder you need to follow steps like below image. The video file needs to locate itunes prior to load at iphone. You can’t enter any video file in itunes you can’t enter it in itunes.

Load Apps: To load apps see the below photo. Apps need to install at iTunes prior to load in iphone. The apps which were installed in iphone may delete. Carefully see the Message come from iTunes. You can’t install apps if you don’t know password of all apps install previously. If another problem happened then Error message will show at the time of sync. Follow the steps as per iTunes instruction. Provide password with which the apps was installed if it instruct you to Authorize.

Load Photos: Follow the steps as provided in below image. Show from which folder you want to take photo from step 4. Select from step 5 which you desired.


Please follow the instruction like below photos to setting your iTunes.