How to Transfer Music from Android to Android [6 Ways]

If you want to learn how to transfer music from Android to Android, this guide will cover all the methods you need to know. Moving along with favorite songs is something that many Android users cherish. Keep reading to know about the best all-in-one transfer solution you can try.

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Updated on Feb 29, 2024

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They say that music is "food" to the soul. This is why most people would love to move along with their favorite songs and playlists when changing phones. This is no exception for Android phone users. Therefore, this guide seeks to teach you how to transfer music from Android to Android.

The methods we'll discuss in this article entail music transfer using or without a computer. You'll first learn about an all-in-one transfer solution for data from Android to Android. Next, we'll discuss the other methods. You can start by looking at the comparison table below.

Method Effectiveness Difficulty
1️⃣EaseUS MobiMover High - Transfers music files and other data types such as contacts, calendars, messages, etc.  Super easy
2️⃣Windows File Explorer Moderate - You can copy music files from one phone and paste them on another.     Easy
3️⃣Google Play Music Moderate - Works on computers only and needs you to connect both devices to the same Google account. Moderate
4️⃣Bluetooth Moderate - Once you've paired both devices, you can transfer data.  Easy
5️⃣NFC Moderate - Both devices need to support NFC for the transfer to work. Moderate
6️⃣Cloud Services High - You upload your music files to the cloud and access them anywhere.  Easy

How to Transfer Music from Android to Android with Computer

If you have access to a PC, it's pretty easy to transfer music from Android to Android. You need to connect both phones to your computer before transferring data. In this section, we'll discuss three ways to move music from Android to Android using your computer. In addition, if you also want to transfer Android to USB Drive, you can refer to How to Transfer Files from Phone to USB Without Computer.

Let's discuss each method in detail.

💡Method 1. All-in-one solution to transfer music

One tool that can provide an all-in-one solution for moving music files from Android to Android is EaseUS MobiMover. This efficient transfer software lets you connect both devices and seamlessly transfer different data types such as music, contacts, documents, bookmarks, videos, etc.

In just one click, EaseUS MobiMover allows you to move everything you need from Android to Android. It also helps transfer data from Android to iPhone. Also, this software is the master of mobile data management since it allows you to back up your data seamlessly. This implies that when your Android phone data gets deleted or corrupted, you can refer to the backup made on EaseUS.

The main features of EaseUS MobiMover include the following:

To effectively transfer your music files using EaseUS MobiMover, ensure you download its latest version. The software is user-friendly and very convenient to use.

Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiMover and select "Phone to Phone" from the homepage. Connect both your Android phones to your computer via USB. Follow the on-screen steps to allow USB debugging and other required authorizations on Android phones. Switch one Android as the source device and another as the target.

connect your devices to computer

Step 2. After the two devices are connected, click "Next." EaseUS MobiMover will be downloaded to both Android phones to access and transfer data. (You'll need to follow on-screen instructions to set MobiMover as your default SMS program temporarily for accessing files.)

install mobimover to your android

Step 3. View all file categories that can be transferred and select the types you want to move. In the lower right, check the available storage space on the target phone to determine how many files you can transfer.

select files to transfer

Step 4. Click "Transfer" to start the transfer process from Android to Android. Keep your devices connected during the whole process. After it is completed, you can see how many files you have transferred and click "Transfer More" if you need.

transfer completed


  • Transfer music files in one click.
  • You can backup your music files.
  • Supports transfer of different data types.
  • Easy to download and use.


  • You need to have a computer to use it.

Method 2. Copy music through Windows File Explorer

Once you connect your phones to the computer, File Explorer allows you to open them and access their data. From there, you can select the music files you want to copy from the source Android and move them to the target Android phone. Below are the steps to transfer music with File Explorer:

Step 1. Connect the two Android devices to your computer via a USB cable. Ensure you enable the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) on both phones.

Step 2. Next, open File Explorer on your computer.

Step 3. Select the device that you want to transfer the music files from. Choose the music files you want to transfer, right-click on them, then select "Copy."

windows file explorer

Step 4. Next, click on the target Android phone, then paste the music files you had copied to your clipboard. You can now access your music files on the second Android phone.


  • Free to use.
  • No need for a third-party app.
  • Allows you to select what music files you want to transfer.


  • It could take time to transfer large music files.

Method 3. Move music using Google Play Music

Google Play Music is an effective tool that helps you sync music from Android to Android. If you have a Google account, you can transfer your favorite music files using this tool. Follow the steps below:

Step 1. Launch Google Play music on your computer and sign in using the Google account credentials associated with your source Android device.

Step 2. Next, navigate to the left panel of your screen and select "Upload music" files. You can then upload music files from your computer.

Google Play Music

Step 3. Once you've uploaded all the music files, sign in to your Google account on the target Android device. You'll then see a list of recently added music files. You can select and download the music files to your new device.


  • You can sync your music files to different Android devices.
  • Only requires you to have a Google account on both phones.


  • Requires you to have a computer to initiate the transfer process.

How to Share Music Between Android Phones Without Computer

If the methods mentioned in the previous section don't apply to you because you don't have a computer or you prefer to transfer data from Android to Android wirelessly, we've got you covered here! It's possible to transfer music files without a computer, provided you have two Android phones. Below are the methods that we'll discuss in this section:

Method 1. Send music via Bluetooth

Bluetooth is supported in almost all Android devices, allowing you to share files easily. You'll only need to ensure you've turned on this service on both Android phones to transfer music from Android to Android using Bluetooth.  Although it's somehow slower, this method is still reliable. Follow the steps below to transfer music from Android to Android using the Bluetooth option:

Step 1. Open Settings on both Android phones, then enable Bluetooth. Set Bluetooth to be visible to everyone.


Step 2. Select the music files you want to move on your source device, then tap on the "Share" option. Next, select "Bluetooth."

Step 3. Select your second Android phone from the list of available Bluetooth devices. You can then pair the two devices to initiate the transfer process.


  • Supported on all Android devices.
  • There is no need for an internet connection to complete the transfer.


  • Takes a lot of time to send files.
  • Both devices should be near each other.

Method 2. Share music with NFC

NFC, or Near Field Communication, is another wireless technology that can allow you to transfer music files between two Android phones at close range. Before using this method, you must confirm that both Android phones can support NFC phone transfer. Although this method is slow, it's still quite reliable. Follow the steps below to share music from Android to Android using NFC: 

Step 1. Go to Settings on our source device and select "More." Navigate to the "Wireless and Network" submenu and enable the option for NFC.


Step 2. Go to your target Android device and repeat Step 1 above.

Step 3. Next, place the back of your source device to that of the target device. You'll then hear some vibration to confirm that both devices have connected.'

both devices have connected

Step 4. Go to your source device and select the music files you want to transfer. The transfer process will then start.


  • Supports wireless data exchange.
  • Allows you to transfer the selected music files.


  • Somehow slow.

Method 3. Sync music with Cloud Services

You can use cloud services such as Dropbox or Google Drive to transfer music between Android phones. You need to upload the files to the cloud and access them on the second device with the same cloud service account. There is an example of how you can use Google Drive cloud service to transfer Android music files to another Android. Cloud services also work when you want to transfer music from Android to iPhone.

Step 1. Open Google Drive on your source device. Tap the "Upload" option, then select the music files you wish to upload to the cloud.

Cloud Services

Step 2. Once the upload process has finished, you can go to the target Android device and access the same Google Drive account. You'll then see the uploaded music files from the source Android phone. Select the music files and download them to your phone.  


  • The Android phones don't need to be next to each other before the transfer process begins.
  • It enhances the safety of your data since the uploaded files also serve as backups.


  • Requires a strong internet connection for efficient file transfer.


This article has outlined six methods on how to transfer music from Android to Android. They include using EaseUS MobiMover, Windows File Explorer, Google Play Music, Bluetooth, NFC, and Google Services. Among these methods, the one that stands out entails using an all-in-one solution called EaseUS MobiMover.

This software lets you transfer music files from Android to Android in just one click. You can also transfer other data like contacts, calendars, messages, bookmarks, etc. Just download EaseUS MobiMover today to conveniently transfer your music files from Android to Android.

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FAQs on How to Transfer Music from Android to Android

Below are common questions about how to transfer music from Android to Android.

1. Can I Transfer Music from Android to Android Wirelessly?

Yes, you can transfer music from Android to Android wirelessly. There are some wireless services you can use, like Bluetooth, NFC (Near Field Communication), or Nearby Share. You need to establish a wireless connection between the two Android phones.

2. Does Samsung Smart Switch Transfer Music?

Yes, you can use the Samsung Smart Switch to transfer music to Samsung. You need to place the two devices close to each other to establish a connection via Wi-Fi. In addition to music, Smart Switch helps you transfer contacts, calendars, call logs, apps, etc.

3. How Do I Transfer Everything from One Android Device to Another?

You can transfer everything from one Android device to another using a reliable third-party tool, like EaseUS MobiMover. With this tool, you can conveniently select and transfer different data types to the target Android device. The type of files that you can transfer include music, messages, contacts, camera roll, Safari bookmarks, imported photos, notes, calendars, etc.

Updated by Sofia Albert

Sofia has been involved with tech ever since she joined the EaseUS editor team in March 2011 and now she is a senior website editor. She is good at solving various iPhone and Android issues, such as iPhone or Android data transfer & recovery.

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