Want to play Apple Music on Tesla? It’s a pity that Apple Music now is not available in Tesla, here we will show you two ways to make Apple Music songs be playable on Tesla, then you could enjoy the music while driving, and get a great music experience on Tesla.
“I wanna play the songs from Apple Music while driving my new Tesla model, but the built-in music player not support for Apple Music directly. Any ways to make this work? Any suggestions are welcomed.”
As one of the popular new energy car model, Tesla has got a lot of attention in these years. It is hot for its superior performance, comfortable ride, great driving experience and more. With the advanced technology, Tesla has built a partnership with several music streaming platforms, like Spotify and Tidal. However, it doesn’t support for Apple Music yet. It means that you can’t listen to Apple Music through official Apple Music app with the car built-in music player. Are there no ways to make Apple Music be playable on Tesla? Absolutely no. In the follow passages, we will show you 2 ways available to play Apple Music on Tesla. As a result, you are allowed to enjoy Apple Music while driving, and get a great music experience on Tesla.
When you find that Apple Music is not available on Tesla music player system, you could try this old way to play Apple Music on Tesla through connecting to your smartphone to car and play music via Bluetooth function.
Step 1. Tap Bluetooth option from the settings on your smartphone, then make your phone being discoverable.
Step 2. Press the Start Search option on the touchscreen of your Tesla. Turn on Bluetooth option and connect your smartphone to the car system.
Step 3. Tap your phone on the car’s touchscreen to connect. The touchscreen then displays a random number, and your phone does the same.
Step 4. Pairing your smartphone and the car by entering the match number on the touchscreen in car.
Step 5. Open the Apple Music app on your smartphone, then you can enjoy Apple Music tracks on your Tesla model.
This way only works for playing Apple Music on Tesla models under Apple Music subscription, and it needs Internet connection. As a music streaming platform, Apple Music is adopted a technology to add DRM protection of music contents. Most music songs that you downloaded or purchased from Apple Music in encrypted M4P format. These music files are only playable within Apple Music app on authorize devices under music subscription. How to keep Apple Music being playable on Tesla forever even after the music subscription expires? To play Apple Music offline on Tesla with a Apple Music Free account, you need to download and convert Apple Music songs to MP3 or other common audio format file be compatible with car music player system.
Here you meet a professional music converter tool special used for Apple Music named TunesBank Apple Music Converter. It is enables to remove DRM from Apple Music completely, download Apple Music and batch convert Apple Music to MP3 or other common audio formats, such as, M4A, AAC, WAV, AIFF, AU, AC3, and FLAC. The output music files will be saved with its losslessly audio quality, and ID3 tags kept. As a result, you could save Apple Music as MP3 local files for syncing and playing on Tesla, play Apple Music on Tesla without Apple Music subscription. Additionally, you can play Apple Music offline on any devices without limits. The music conversion will be finished in 10X conversion speed, help to better manage your music files.
Features of TunesBank Apple Music Converter
- Download Apple Music to local files
- Remove DRM from Apple Music completely
- Convert Apple Music to MP3 or other common audio formats
- Output music files with its losslessly audio quality
- Sync and play Apple Music on Tesla
- Play Apple Music on Tesla without Apple Music subscription
- 10X faster conversion speed
Please download TunesBank Apple Music Converter and install it on your PC/Mac computer. Then install iTunes app or Apple Music app on the computer at the same time. Log in your Apple Music with the account with Apple Music subscription.
Step 1. Add Apple Music Songs
Above all, search and add the songs you want in the iTunes library, or download the songs/playlist from Apple Music to computer and save them as local files.
Step 2. Run TunesBank Program on Computer
Run TunesBank Apple Music Converter on you PC/Mac computer, then iTunes or Apple Music app will automatically launched simultaneously.
Now all Apple Music tracks will synced with the TunesBank program.
Step 3. Add Apple Music Songs for Downloading List
Select a playlist on the left side in the interface, then click the checkbox to add Apple Music tracks including the songs you to download as MP3.
Step 4. Select Output Format
Go to the bottom of the interface, you are allowed to select the Output Format (In this case select “MP3”); Output Path, Output Quality, Bitrate, Sample Rate, Channels, and more are also allowed to set.
Step 5. Download Apple Music as MP3
When all the steps above are done, simple click “Convert” to begin to download Apple Music songs to MP3 files.
Step 6. Check MP3 Apple Music Songs
After the music conversion completes, click “Finished” then “View Output File” to check output MP3 Apple Music songs.
Step 7. Sync MP3 Apple Music Files with Tesla
Simply sync and transfer the music files with Tesla via a USB hard drive. Plug in a USB hard drive to the computer, copy and paste the output Apple Music files to a folder under the USB hard drive. Then you could play Apple Music on Tesla offline via the USB hard drive with Tesla Media player.
Now you could keep Apple Music being playable on Tesla forever even after the music subscription expires, enjoy Apple Music songs on your Tesla model while driving, and get a great music experience on Tesla. Have fun!