How to Transfer Music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9, Mate 10, Mate 20

Music is one of the most common hobbies out there and is something which the majority of people enjoy listening to on a daily basis. When smartphones hit the shelf, more and more people began listening to their music on the go. Initially, iPhones were the main device that people use although, in more recent years, people have drifted over to more efficient devices such as the Huawei Mate 9. With that, here we are going to be taking a look at the simplistic process that allows you to transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9.

Method 1. Transferring Music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9 with Computer

The first method that we're going to look at allows you to simply transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9, and most other handheld devices for that matter, in just a few minutes.

Step #1 – Take both your iPhone and the Huawei Mate 9 devices and connect them to your computer using separate USB cables. Allow a few moments for your computer to detect that they have been connected.

Step #2 – On the iPhone, open up the “File Explorer” and locate the appropriate location for where your music has been stored on the device.

Step #3 – On the Huawei Mate 9 device, open up the “File Explorer” and locate the location where any music is stored by default.

Step #4 – Now, select all of the music that you'd like to be transferred from your iPhone and drag all of it straight onto the Huawei Mate 9 device.

Step #5 – Depending on how much music it is that you're transferring, this method should only take a few moments.

Step #6 – Once the transfer process is complete, you will now have access to your iPhone music on your Huawei Mate 9!

Even though this method is very simple, free, and available to everyone, it isn't a method that everyone enjoys using as it can seem more complicated than it actually is. Fortunately, there is another method available.


Method 2. Transferring Music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9/10/20 in 1-Click with dr.fone – Switch

For this second method, we're going to be using a program called dr.fone – Switch to transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9. Luckily, if you aren't able to purchase this program there is a free version available!

Step #1 – If dr.fone isn't already installed on your computer, then go ahead and download and install it accordingly now.

Download dr.fone – Switch

Step #2 – Once installed, launch dr.fone. click on the “Switch” option.

Step #3 – Connect both of the devices to your computer using USB cables, and allow a moment for them to be detected. A display will then be shown. Make sure that under the “Destination” the Huawei Mate 9 device is chosen. If not, you can change the target device using the selection box below it.

Step #4 – Next, while for this method you only have to select the “Music” data type, if you want to transfer any other data then feel free to select others. Once you've selected the data that you want to have transferred, click on the “Start Transfer” button.

Transfer Music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 10

Note: if you don't want your music to be merged with the music that is already on the device, select the “Clear data befor copy.” Option on the menu before clicking “Start Transfer”.

Step #6 – Once the transfer is complete, you will now be able to access the music from your iPhone on your Huawei Mate 9 device.

If you aren't looking to transfer your entire music library, don't worry! There is a method available which allows you to selectively transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9 with dr.fone – iOS Transfer.

Download dr.fone – Transfer (iOS)

Step #1 – Launch the dr.fone program, click on the “Transfer” option. and make sure that your “iPhone” is selected at the top left of the program.


Step #2 – Next, select the “Music” tab located on the top panel. This will display all of the music which is currently stored on your iPhone device.

Step #3 – On your music library, take a few minutes to select all of the music that you'd like to have transferred. Once selected, click on the “Export” button at the top, and select the “Export to Huawei Mate 9” option.

Transfer Music from iPhone to Huawei

Step #4 – How long the transfer takes depends on how much music you are transferring although once it is complete, your music will now be available on your Huawei device.

Both of these methods help you to yield better results and more efficiently in comparison to the first method that we took a look at. Alongside the incredible list of features that come with dr.fone, this program is perfect for when you want to transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9.


Why Use dr.fone?

Transferring music can be a long yet simple process and with that in mind, it's important that you use the right piece of software to get the job done. In this article, our main focus was how you can use dr.fone to get the job done, although it's worth noting that dr.fone has so much more to offer than just being able to transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 20/Mate 10/Mate 9.

  • One Click Root. This is my favorite feature of dr.fone-Root as it takes a once difficult task, and allows anyone to root their device and gain full access to the features that were once limited. This feature can be used with all Android devices.
  • Data Transfer. Although we focussed in on specifically transferring music, with dr.fone you are able to transfer a wide variety of data from one device straight over to the other. If you are going from iOS to Android, this can often be an issue. Luckily with dr.fone, you don't have to worry about running into any issues.
  • Compatibility. Worried about compatibility? Stop worrying! dr.fone is updated regularly to ensure that it is compatible with all of the oldest and newest devices, as well as the most recent iOS and Android updates.

As you can see, dr.fone toolkit for iOS offers a lot more than the simplistic process of being able to transfer music from iPhone to Huawei Mate 9, and if you don't already have a copy of the program installed on your computer then it's worth getting one now.

Get dr.fone – Toolkit (iOS)

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