How to convert and transfer Blu-ray movies to Galaxy S10 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is set to be the biggest and most expensive of a trio of new smartphones coming from the South Korean firm in February. The 6.4-inch 1440 x 3040 screen is good at playing HD movies. But we can’t play Blu-ray movies on Galaxy S10 Plus directly. Here I’ll share Galaxy S10 Plus Blu-ray playback solution with you.

Rip convert Blu-ray to Galaxy S10 via Blu-ray Ripper

You can easily transfer and play Blu-ray movies on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus now. Follow the detailed guide below to learn how to rip Blu-ray for Galaxy S10 Plus at an ultrafast speed while keeping crisp quality with the best Blu-ray to Galaxy S10 Plus converter. You can put Blu-ray movie onto Galaxy S10 Plus for playing on the move whenever and wherever you like without worrying about the video format compatibility issue.

How to convert Blu-ray to Galaxy S10 Plus supported format?

To convert Blu-ray movies for playing on Galaxy S10 Plus, Acrok Blu-ray Ripper is the most professional tool. With more than 10 years experience in the field of Blu-ray ripping, it is well-received by users all the time.

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If you are Mac user, please choose the Blu-ray to Galaxy S10 Plus Converter Mac version.

1. Insert the Blu-ray disc to Blu-ray drive. Launch the best Blu-ray to Galaxy S10 Plus converter and click “Load Disc” button to import the Blu-ray movie.

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2. In the output profile window, choose a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus supported video format. Click: Format -> Galaxy S Series Videos (*.mp4). Or you can choose “H.264 Video (*.mp4)” under “Android” category.

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3. Click “Output” to set a computer folder to save the converted video file. Hit “Convert” to start copying/converting Blu-ray for Galaxy S10 Plus.

How to transfer moveis to Galaxy S10 Plus for playing on the go?

You can use your Google Account or a USB cable to move photos, music, and other files between your computer and Galaxy S10 Plus.

You can upload, view, share, and edit files with Google Drive. When you upload a file to Google Drive, it will take up space in your Drive, even if you upload to a folder owned by someone else.

Move files to Galaxy S10 Plus with your Google Account

  1. On your Galaxy S10 Plus, open the Google Drive app.
  2. Tap Add Add.
  3. Tap Upload.
  4. Find and tap the files you want to upload.
  5. View uploaded files in My Drive until you move them.

Move files to Galaxy S10 Plus with a USB cable (For Windows Users)

  1. Unlock your Galaxy S10 Plus.
  2. With a USB cable, connect your Galaxy S10 Plus to your computer.
  3. On your device, tap the “Charging this device via USB” notification.
  4. Under “Use USB for,” select File Transfer.
  5. A file transfer window will open on your computer. Use it to drag files.
  6. When you’re done, eject your Galaxy S10 Plus from Windows.
  7. Unplug the USB cable.

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