[iTunes to Android Converter]-Remove DRM, Convert/Play iTunes M4V to Android Phone/Tablet
Perhaps you have a bunch of videos and movies in your iTunes library and now you’ve got a new Android phone/tablet. Want to play iTunes movies on Android devices only to find you cannot do that? What’s the matter? Well, one possible reason is that your movies (usually M4V format) are purchased from iTunes Store and are protected by Apple’s FairPlay DRM system. Another reason is that iTunes MOV and M4V are not supported by most Android devices. To play iTunes videos on Android phone or tablet, you need to convert iTunes movies to Android friendly video formats like MP4. Here we’ll show you an easy way to put video/music from iTunes library to Android phone or tablet.
The recommended tool is DRM Removal and Converter, an intuitive software to help you convert iTunes video to Android compatible files. And it is compatible with windows 8.1 blue, windows 8, windows 7, windows vista, windows xp. Now just download the right version and follow the steps below to put iTunes videos/music to Android phones/tablets with ease.
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How to put iTunes video on Android phones/tablets
The guide below uses DRM Removal screenshots to show you how to easily convert iTunes videos to Android friendly formats. The way to get your work done on Mac is the same. Just make sure you’ve downloaded the right version.
Step 1: Import videos
Click Add Files to import the iTunes movies you want to convert to the main work area.
Step 2: Choose output format and destination folder
Click the pull-down format menu to select Android OS as the output format, or choose the Android phone icon you have to get optimized video settings. And in the Output Folder area, choose the output folder to save the converted videos.
Step 3: Start to convert and transfer iTunes files to Android phone
When you have finished all the settings, you can click “Convert” to start converting your iTunes files to Android phone. After conversion is finished, you can click Find Target to locate the converted iTunes videos. After that, connect your Android device to computer via USB and transfer the videos without any troubles!