As you might already know, Apple has a very strict DRM policy. As a result, Music and Videos apps on iOS do not support exporting data to another apps or external devices.
However, there is a way out. You can transfer your music library from your computer to iBridge and play it directly from the iBridge 3 app.
Here is how to do this:
From PC/Mac to iBridge
The simplest way to transfer your music library to iBridge is to use your PC or Mac. Launch iTunes on PC/Mac, plug in iBridge, choose music you want to transfer and drag and drop it to iBridge.
Here is the video instruction.
Note: You may also create folders on iBridge to organize your content. When plugged in a PC, it works like an ordinary flash drive.
From iBridge to iOS Device
If you want to move/copy music files from iBridge to iOS Device’s internal memory, go to iBridge 3™ app, plug in iBridge, select Manage Files => select the file you want to move or copy (press "Select" in the upper right corner) and press the copy icon at the bottom of the screen. Now choose Local directory and create a new folder is necessary. This will save your music to the iBridge 3 app storage and you will be able to access it even when iBridge is unplugged.
What if my music is stored only on iPhone and not in iTunes?
If you want to transfer music from iPhone to Mac, we have a solution for you here
Here is the link to the app in the video.
Once you save the music to your Mac, you can just drag and drop it to iBridge and then delete it from your iPhone.
Please contact us if you have any questions via iBridge 3 app > Settings > Contact us.