How To Play iTunes Stuff (films, tv-shows, songs and audiobooks) On Google Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Nexus One
The Nexus is a Smartphone series based on Android OS made by hardware manufactures (e.g. Samsung, HTC, LG …) with Google’s authority and technology. The Nexus phone is directed to providing a “Pure Android” experience for users. The manufacturer and wireless carrier are forbidden to modify the Android in Nexus series so that further development and end-user can do the modifications they like. The Nexus phone is considered the flagship Android device class. The current Nexus phone range includes Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
As we know, the series of Google Nexus Smartphone does not have the capability of playing iTunes purchased movies, TV-shows and some of the audio tracks because of Apple’s “FairPlay” DRM protection. However, you can use the Aimersoft DRM Media Converter program for a process called re-encoding that will convert the DRMed iTunes media files to an open, plain file format such as, MP4, MP3, etc for your Nexus Smartphone. The Aimersoft DRM Media Converter is easy to use. Just with a few clicks, you can enjoy your iTunes video and audio purchases on your Nexus Smartphone.
Steps of converting iTunes to Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Nexus One
Step 2: Load media file(s) from your iTunes folder. Launch Aimersoft DRM Media Converter. Click on the “Add …” button on this software. Navigate to your iTunes folder on computer, select the DRM-protected video/audio file (.m4v, .aa, .aax, .m4p, .m4b) you want to convert to your Nexus Smartphone and click Open to load it.
Step 3: Select output file format. Click on the “Audio files to …” or “Video files to …”. An “output format” drop-down list will appear. Select the MP4 or MP3 format depending on the source media file. Click the "Settings" button to open the settings dialog box for detailed settings of the output format.
Step 4: Click on the "Start" button to start converting iTunes file for your Google Nexus Smartphone. Once the conversion software help you create the Non-DRM MP4 or MP3 file from the source iTunes file, you can transfer the produced media file to your Nexus Smartphone for playing. That’s it.
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