Part 1. Official Way to Import Apple Music to Samsung Note 9
Apple and Samsung are two tech giants. There is cooperation and competition between each other.
For iTunes songs which you have bought or other created songs by yourself, you can move them anywhere freely including Samsung phones. Just copy & paste them by using an USB cable or you can simply send them through online chatting tools.
However, this is not the case for Apple Music which are combined with the DRM copyright protection. Under this encryption, the songs need to be authorized by iTunes first. Since there is not an iTunes for Android, you can't directly copy and play the music.
Fortunately, Apple has recognized the large requirements of Android users and developed the Android app to solve this issue.
What You Need to Play Apple Music on Non-Apple Devices
1. Apple Music for Android app.
2. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 mobile phone.
3. Apple Music premium subscription $9.95/month.
Steps to Play Apple Music on Galaxy Note 9
If you are a new user of Apple Music, you can simply sign in to play music directly. For old users who has created a large library of songs, they turn on iCloud Media Server to help sync the curated songs and playlists.
Step 1. Download and install the Apple Music app to Note 9 from the Google Play store.
Step 2. Launch the app and sign in with your Apple Music account and password. You need to input your credit card info to start the 3-month free trial if you are a new user.
Step 3. Usually your own playlists will be synced from iCloud automatically. If not, please go back to your original device to turn on the iCloud Media Server.