How To Convert iTunes Purchased Videos & Audios to Play on Samsung Galaxy Tab 7''/7.7''/8.9''/10.1''
Among large numbers of tablet PC makers, Samsung is absolutely the most active one. Unlike other manufactures which only release 10.1-inch tablet model to be tested on the market, Samsung's tablet PC, Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 2, cover models with 7'', 7.7'', 8.9'' and 10.1'' displays.
If you are a Samsung Galaxy Tab user, and also a long-time Apple's iTunes users, this article will explain to you how to make your iTunes video & audio purchases playable on Samsung Galaxy Tab.
You may already know that Samsung Galaxy Tab can not read the iTunes purchased TV-shows & movies, music (before 2009) and audio books becasue they are copy-protected with a form of Digital Right Management (DRM) named FairPlay. In order to play such DRM-protected iTunes' files on Galaxy Tab, you will have to first convert them a Non-DRM, Galaxy-Tab-readable file format such as MP4, H.264, MP3, FLAC, etc.
Step 1: Free download the Aimersoft DRM Media Converter. This little software enables you to re-encode protected files from iTunes to a wide range of open file formats. And the re-encoding result keep the original file's quality quite well. In addition, it can be used to remove DRM from Amazon Instant Video, BBC iPlayer, Nokia OVI store, Xbox Video store, etc. Go to home page to learn more about this great product.
Step 2: Install this software onto your computer. Double-click on the .exe file you downloaded to install it following the installation instructions.
Step 3: Add source file(s). Press the "Add Video" button located in the upper left-hand corner. Select one protected file from your iTunes folder, and click Open to load it to this software. You can also add multiple protected files at one time to let this software batch convert them for Galaxy Tab.
Step 4: Choose output file format. For converting iTunes pruchased videos to Galaxy Tab, click the "Video files to" drop-down menu, scroll down and select "Samsung" and then specify "Galaxy tab". For converting iTunes purchased music and audiobooks to Galaxy Tab, click the "Audio files to" drop-down list, and then select MP3 or FLAC as output file format.
Step 5: Select an output location by clicking the "Browse" button at the bottom of the home screen.
Step 6: Begin the conversion by hitting the "Start" button. When this software successfully created DRM-free file(s) from the source file(s), connect your Galaxy Tab to the computer using its USB cable, and then transfer the converted file(s) to the device for enjoying.
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