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How To Convert Video & Audio Files From iTunes To Samsung Galaxy Note, Note 2, Note 3 and Note 4

by Edwin Liu | December 21, 2014 14:20 PM
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Samsung Galaxy Note series are solid portable media playing machines. For the Galaxy Note users who often use iTunes program to download, manage, play movies/music/audiobooks, transferring these iTunes stuff onto Galaxy Note will be a good idea if they do not want to pay again for these contents.

use iTunes on Samsung Galaxy Note and Note 2

But in the process of making iTunes contents to be played on Galaxy Note, Note 2, Note 3 and Note 4, you may encounter two problems. One is that your iTunes purchased movies, TV-shows, preceding-2009 music and audio books have Apple’s “FairPlay” DRM protection. These encrypted iTunes stuff can only play on Apple devices and software. The other problem is some video & audio files not purchased in iTunes store might be in the Galaxy-Note-incompatible file formats.

Now, there is a media conversion software called Aimersoft DRM Media Converter which can solve the above two problems at one blow. With this great conversion software, you can easily convert your iTunes media contents, either plain files or DRM-protected files, to Galaxy Note playable video and audio format. Learn more about this product ...

iTunes to Samsung Galaxy Note and Note 2 conversion steps:

Step 1: Free download Aimersoft DRM Media Converter>>. Once you’ve download it, double-click on the file to install it to your computer following the on-screen installation instruction.

Step 2: Add source file(s). Launch Aimersoft DRM Media Converter. Click on the “Add …” button at top left of the software’s main screen, navigate to the iTunes folder on your computer, then select the iTunes file which you want to import to Samsung Galaxy Note and click Open. Batch conversion is supported to save time, so you can add multiple files at once.

Step 3: Select output format and the output path. Click on the “Video files to” and “Audio files to” drop-down menu. Select correct output file format for your Note tablet. According to Samsung’s official site, the Galaxy Note series phones support video encoded with H.263 / H.264 / MPEG4 / 3GP/ WMV / DivX / Xvid / ASF, and audio formats that include MP3 / AAC/ ACC+ / e-AAC+ / WMA / WAV / AMR / FLAC / OGG. And also don't forget to set the output path for the converted files.

For example, Output format for Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Step 4: Start converting iTunes file. Click the “Start” button to initialize the conversion process. Once the process is finished, connect your Galaxy Note to your computer with a USB and transfer the converted file to it. Now you know how to get the iTunes stuff played on Galaxy Note. Just do it!

 

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