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How to convert iTunes to Galaxy Note

This article will teach you how you can convert DRM protected iTunes video and music files to Samsung Galaxy Note supported file format so that you can enjoy your iTunes files on your phone.

 

iTunes to Galaxy Note

 

Samsung Galaxy Note is really an outstanding smartphone in market. It includes a high-resolution 1280 x 800 pixels screen and well supports playing videos up to 1080p. Both of these features will ensure have good experience on watch HD video as a portable media player.

 

A lot of people might ask that why the iTunes files can't be play on Galaxy Note. Actually, Galaxy Note is a powerful Android phone, and support a lot video audio file formats, but iTunes exclusive file format like .M4V come with DRM protection, that format can only play on apple devices like iPod. To play iTunes media files on other media player we need to remove the DRM protection.

 

Converting iTunes to Galaxy Note rather easy to do. The following guide will show you how to remove iTunes DRM protection and converted to Galaxy Note compatible media files.

 

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Just install it like any other software program on your computer. The screenshot will be like this:

DRM converter

Step 1: Import DRM protected files

Click "Add..." button to import iTunes file from your computer, or you can just drag and drop the files (both audio and video files) to the converter.

 

Step 2: Output settings

In order to play iTunes music or video on Samsung Galaxy Note, we need to set output file format that supported by this phone. Here are the specs of supported video and audio file format:
Video codec: MPEG4/ H.263/ H.264/ DivX, WMV, VC-1
Audio codec : MP3, AAC, AMR, WMA, WAV, FLAC, OGG

 

Now we need to set the output file format for Galaxy Note:
1. To get rid of DRM from music files:
Click on "Audio Files to:" and choose "Common audio > MP3" from drop-down list.


2. To get rid of DRM from video files:
Choose "Common video > MP4 (AVC) " from "Video Files to" drop-down list. Click "Settings" to set video size as "1280 x 800" or smaller, Encoder as "H.264". Click "OK" button to save settings and return main interface.

 

Step 3: Start DRM removing

Just click the big "Convert" button to begin removing DRM protection and convert video to .MP4 or music to .MP3 files. When the conversion is finished, you can click "Find Target" to find the converted media files.

 

You can now synchronize the converted iTunes to Galaxy Note and enjoy it no matter where you are.

 

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