I like to play video and music on the iTunes and I am having the Android smartphone on which I want to play the video and music using the iTunes. So here I need to know whether it will be possible to get the itunes for the Android phone and will it support the Android phone. I need the proper solution for my problem of plating the itunes video and music on the Andriod phone.
Can you play your purchased iTunes music & videos on an Android/Droid X Smartphone like T-Mobile G1, HTC Hero, Nexus One, MOTO Droid X etc? The answer is "Yes". In this article I'll show you a brief intruduction for protected iTunes music and videos.
We know Android Phone supports H.263, H.264, VP8, MP4, MP3, AMR, WMD (8), MIDI, WAV, OGG Vorbis, and M4A. iTunes uses M4A files. But iTunes DRM protected music & videos can only be played on iTunes relative accessories such iPhone, iPod or iPad. So to play the iTunes music videos on Android Phone, you should at first remove DRM protection or they will not play on your Android phone.
A DRM Music Video Remover is what you need software to remove DRM protection from iTunes music, videos movies and TV shows. Which I recommende you is iSkysoft DRM Removal that designed for removing DRM protection for both protected audio and video files and convert to your desired formats that can be played on Android Phones like T-Mobile G1, HTC Hero, Nexus One, MOTO Droid X with high quality.
Process of removing DRM from iTunes music/videos and transferring to Android Phone:
Part 1. Removing DRM from iTunes music & videos.
To do that, you should download iSkysoft DRM Removal software, install and luanch it on your computer.
- Add iTunes music or videos and convert.
Click "Add" to import your iTunes video/audio files. The built-in DRM Finder can help you automatically detect DRM files, that will help you decide which one you want to import.
- Make output file settings
You can choose output music files to M4A MP3 music format and MP4 for videos. If you want to customize output file setting, Click "Settings", set your own desired video & audio parameter, such as Formats, resolution, frame rate, bit rate etc. As usual, the default parameter works well enough.
- Get a better quality of converted Android video
To get a better quality of converted Android video, you can set iTunes play mode in a separate window before converting.
- Convert iTunes music & videos to Android format
Click "Start" button to start converting your iTunes movies and music. In a few minutes, the iTunes music & videos will be free of DRM Copy protection and converted to Android format files.
Part 2: Transferring iTunes music & videos to Android Smartphone.
After removing DRM protection, converting iTunes movies and music to Android format, you will have iTunes music videos free of DRM, now you can transfer iTunes music videos to your Android Phone or Droid X smartphone.
- Connect Android Phone to your computer using a USB cable
Once you plug the cable into your phone and computer, you will see a USB icon pop up on your phone. Drag the menu bar down and you will uncover a “USB Connected” message. When you tap this message, a dialog box will pop up asking “Mount” or “Don’t Mount.” Select “Mount,&rdquo, then you will transfer files from your computer to your phone’s SD card.
- Open your USB drive on your computer
A dialog box may show up asking what you want to do with the new hardware, in which case you should click “Open Folder to View Files.” If a dialog box does not shw up, you can go to the Start Menu, My Computer, and double click on “Removable Disk.” You should see a folder titled “Music" or "Video ” but if not, just create your own.
- Transfer iTunes music & videos to your Android Phone
Go back to your computer to open the file folder contains your iTunes music & videos, Highlight all the music and videos you want to have on your phone, and then drag them to the Music or Video folder on the removable disk menu. It will take a few minutes to complete the transfer process.
- Disconnect your phone with computer
Once the transferring process done, click on “Safely Remove Hardware” icon on the bottom right of your computer screen. Click on “USB Mass Storage” and then click “Stop” button. On your phone, drag the menu bar down once again and you will see a dialog that says “Turn off USB storage.” Click it and then you will see a prompt asking if you want to turn off the USB storage. Indicate that you do. It will now be safe for you to unhook the USB cord without damaging your computer, phone or files.
OK! All that is left now is to play iTunes music and videos on your Android or Droid X smartphone.