Tesla: Play Apple Music on Tesla with Ease

Posted by Adam Gorden on Feb 28, 2022 2:30 PM
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As the leader in new energy vehicles, Tesla has received a lot of attention in recent years. In addition to its superior performance, its comfortable driving experience is also a major feature. Tesla Media Player supports a variety of streaming services, such as Spotify and Tidal. You may be happy when you are a Spotify or Tidal user.

What about Apple Music? However, sadly, Tesla has not yet built a partnership with Apple Music, so the device cannot yet support Apple Music. Maybe they can reach cooperation shortly. Don't worry, this article will tell you some alternative ways to play Apple Music on Tesla.

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Part 1. How to Play Apple Music on Tesla with Bluetooth
Part 2. How to Get Apple Music on Tesla for Offline Playback
Summary

How to Play Apple Music on Tesla with Bluetooth

This is the easiest method to get Apple Music on Tesla. To play Apple Music directly, simply connect your phone to the Tesla media player through Bluetooth. But it will cost your phone's data. Let's see how to connect your phone to a Tesla media player with Bluetooth.

How to Connect Your Phone and Tesla Media Player with Bluetooth

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1) Tap the Bluetooth icon in the touchscreen's status bar.

2) Turn on Bluetooth and make your phone discoverable.

3) Press the Start Search button on the car's touchscreen. The touchscreen searches for and shows a list of all available Bluetooth devices.

4) Tap your phone on the car's touchscreen to connect. The touchscreen then displays a random number, and your phone does the same.

5) Double check that the number displayed on your phone matches the number displayed on the touchscreen. The pairing will then be confirmed on your phone.

6) Open the Apple Music app on your phone, then tap the song you want to play. Then you can enjoy Apple Music playlists in your Tesla.

This way is easy but it needs your phone. And if you want to stream your Apple Music playlists, you need to use your phone's data. Is it anyways can play Apple Music offline on Tesla? Of course, let's see the next part.

How to Get Apple Music on Tesla for Offline Playback

Here's a way to help you play Apple Music on Tesla Model 3 or Model Y without limits. As a music streaming service, Apple Music adopted a technology to encrypt their music. Most music you downloaded or purchased from Apple Music is in an encrypted M4P format. These encrypted files are only playable on the Apple Music app and some curtained devices. So if you want to get Apple Music on Tesla, you have to decrypt the Apple Music files.

Here you meet a powerful Apple Music converter called ViWizard Audio Converter. It can decode Apple Music and convert it to open formats like MP3, AAC, FLAC, and others. You may choose the output format according to your requirements. Furthermore, ViWizard can save original audio quality at a 30x quicker rate. The information for the songs will also be saved. Moreover, ViWizard also supports converting iTunes audiobooks and Audible audiobooks.

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How to Listen to Apple Music on Tesla with ViWizard Audio Converter

For playing Apple Music on Tesla, you'll need the help of ViWizard to convert Apple Music into MP3. Before we start, remember to download ViWizard from the link and make sure you have installed the iTunes app on your Mac or Windows computer.

Step 1Upload Apple Music You Like to ViWizard

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Open ViWizard and from the main interface, you will see three icons on the central top of the main screen. Here's what they for:

1) add DRM-ed audios This Load in iTunes button is for importing DRM audios to the Converter.

2) add local files This one is to add local audio files to the Converter.

3) open converted history This is the Converted icon. When the conversion is done your converted music will be showed under this list.

Open ViWizard Apple Music Converter on your computer, clicking the Load in iTunes button or dragging and dropping the local music files from the folder on your computer.

Step 2Tune Parameters and Format

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Next, click the Format panel to set an output format. We suggest select MP3 for Tesla. Right next to the Format is the Output Path option. Click on change output path to choose a file destination for you converted songs. Remember to click OK to save.

Step 3Free Apple Music with ViWizard

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After you've selected your output format and parameters for Apple Music, click Convert button. The conversion speed may reach 30 times faster. When the conversion is done, you can also go to the Converted list and use open the audio in folder to view the converted music.

Step 4Transfer the Apple Music Files to Tesla

Now you can get the converted Apple Music files on your computer. You can simply transfer the music files with a USB drive. Plugin a USB drive to your computer, then copy and paste the converted Apple Music files to a folder under the USB drive. Then connect the USB drive with the Tesla Media player. Now you can play the Apple Music files under the folder of the USB drive on the Tesla Media player.

Summary

Though Apple Music has not to support to Tesla Media Player, you can use Bluetooth to connect your phone and the player to stream Apple Music online. If you don't want to use your phone data, ViWizard Audio Converter is a good choice. You can use it to download and transfer Apple Music to the Tesla Media Player without much effort. Click the download button below to learn more about ViWizard now.

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