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Post time 30-6-2015 17:50:14 |Show all posts
Outline: Want to transfer your iTunes M4V movies onto a Android Tablet or Smartphone for enjoying? The only solution is to remove DRM protection first and then convert these DRM-free iTunes files to Android compatilbe formats. And then, you can successfully sync M4V files from iTunes to Android for enjoyment on the go.

Source: 4 Ways to Get iTunes movies on Your Android



Most iTunes DRM protected movies with the .m4v file name extension. Since you have spent money on these movies, you may want to get the full rights to control these iTunes movies. However, the DRM stops us doing so, except for Apple devices, and it is not easy to put the movies downloaded from iTunes to our Android, Windows tablets or smartphones or other video players. What's worse, each account can only authorize up to 5 times.

In that case, we need a useful DRM video converter software which helps us to remove DRM legally (doesn't hack DRM encryption) and produces unprotected media files. While MP4 format, similar to M4V, is most commonly used and compatible with nearly all hot devices.  Here the award-winning DRM removal tool - DRM Media Converter (Review) is highly recommended to help you remove DRM from iTunes and convert iTunes contents to MP4 at 6x super speed with the NVIDIA CUDA technology. Then you are able to enjoy those DRM-free videos on your Android tablet or smartphone. The latest version is fully compatible with Windows 8 operating system and output video quality is guaranteed thanks to the advanced technology.

Here is a easy process to convert iTunes DRM M4V movies to fit your Android devices.

First, free download the iTunes to Android converter and install it on your computer.

      

Step 1. Run iTunes to play the protected movie which you want to remove the DRM protection from. Then right click the playing movie and select "Play Video in Separate Window".



Step 2. Now close iTunes and launch the program. Click "Add.." button to load the protected iTunes m4v movies to the program.



Step 3. Choose an output video format for your Android. Click Video files to and you'll see a format list as below. You can either set MP4 as the output format from Common Video, Android OS from HTC or browse to find your phone/tablet model and select it as the output file format to convert all the added videos to fit your device.



Step 4. When all settings are OK, click "Convert" to start stripping DRM from iTunes movies and convert iTunes to Android OS devices. After removing, click "Find Target" button to access the output folder for non-protected movies.

After conversion, connect your Android devices to the computer via cable, and then drag the converted iTunes files from this app's output folder to the device. In this way, you can fully enjoy iTunes videos on Android Tablets or Smartphones. You can also watch the converted iTunes videos on a bigger screen with your family. Just have fun!

Why Choose It?

Tired of copy protections that keep you from sharing music and video downloaded or purchased from iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon Instant Video, BBC iPlayer, Zune Marketplace, etc.? The best DRM Media Converter lets you legally remove Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection from any audio and video bought from pay-to-download sites instantly.
  • Instantly remove DRM protection from purchased or rented Movies/TV shows/Music
  • Legally Strip DRM from Video (M4V/WMV/ASF)
  • Remove DRM from Audio (M4A, M4P, M4B, WMA, AAX)
  • Convert Your Media files to DRM-free Video/Audio in Any Popular Format
  • Export Media files for playback on any portable devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Samsung, Google, Surface, Acer, Asus, BlackBerry, various kid tablets and more.

What's DRM file?

Digital rights management (DRM) is a class of controversial technologies that are used by hardware manufacturers, publishers, copyright holders, and individuals with the intent to control the use of digital content and devices after sale. (Learn more>>)

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Post time 18-10-2015 10:21:19 |Show all posts
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Post time 17-1-2017 02:30:59 |Show all posts
Wondering how to transfer all content from iTunes to android ?
It sounds difficult to move all data from iTunes to an android phone, however, it will be very simple with the help of Jihosoft Phone Transfer.
You can read this post on How to Transfer iTunes Music to Android Phone.

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Post time 4-6-2017 23:54:45 |Show all posts
Samsung Backup is an easy-to-use android transfer software. With it android users to transfer contacts, photos, music, videos, messages, call history, apps and more between Android and computer with only 1 click.

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Post time 12-4-2018 03:08:28 |Show all posts
Do you want to play itunes music on Android phone and tablet? As I know, most devices are not compatible with iTunes M4A and M4P formats. So in this case, we have to encode the M4A/m4p to MP3 or other popular. That is where an iTunes music converter come into play. Besides Apple music, you may choose other Android music such as Google Play music, Amazon music etc.

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Post time 20-8-2018 03:21:39 |Show all posts
Would you like to transfer iTunes music files, like Apple Music to Android phone and tablet? If yes, you need to convert iTunes M4P files to Android compatible audio formats, like MP3 firstly. If you have no idea about how to do this, you can refer to the profession software, called Free Music Converter for Mac that can convert iTunes music to MP3, FLAC, AAC, M4A, WAV and M4B. So you can easily play iTunes files on Android.
This is a detailed tutorial for your reference: How to Play iTunes Music on Android

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Post time 31-10-2018 01:52:49 |Show all posts
To music, the more as I know is about how to convert iTunes M4P music to MP3 format. We know all iTunes music are in M4P which DRM protected, making it impossible to be played on non-Apple devices. If you really want to enjoy all these music on Android phone, Windows media player, Samsung smart TV, etc. You can try Tuneskit Apple music converter to remove DRM protection and convert music at 30x speed without hampering the quality. After conversion, it will be much easier for you to enjoy all these music on any devices without limitation. Now you can check more info at: https://www.tuneskit.com

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Post time 17-12-2019 01:11:44 |Show all posts
Thanks... This posted article awesome and also helpful to me. I want to suggest to the user to download the Android Data Recovery Software to recover deleted text messages Wahts messages, lost media files, and many more also.

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