How to play iTunes M4V movies on Galaxy Note 4?
Unlike the Galaxy S5 which landed earlier this year, the Galaxy Note 4 appears to have lived up to expectation – on paper at least. We’ve had an early play out at IFA 2014 to see just how close the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is to smartphone supremacy.
The Note 4’s screen is the phone’s calling card. The first Note handset to retain the same screen size as its predecessor, the Note 4 has prioritised quality over inches. With Full HD panels now old hat, Samsung has bestowed the 5.7-inch Note 4 with an LG G3 rivalling QHD display. If you have some music and movies purchased from iTunes store and want to transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, just keep on reading to find the solution.
As we know, there are two types of iTunes files: DRM protected files and DRM-free files. For the DRM-free music and videos, you can simply put them to your Galaxy Note 4. However, the DRM-protected songs and moives can only play on Apple devices and software. If you want to put the files on other devices like Galaxy Note 4, you need to remove the DRM protection from iTunes media files first and then transfer iTunes to Galaxy Note 4. To play DRM iTunes music and video on Galaxy Note 4, you can use a DRM removal tool to get rid of iTunes DRM protection and then import the non-DRM files to Galaxy Note 4 for playback.
Free download iTunes to Galaxy Note 4 converter:
Here we highly recommend DRM remover, an intuitive DRM remover and video converter which is well compatible with Windows (Windows 8) to help you legally remove DRM protection from iTunes protected music and videos and convert iTunes to Galaxy Note 4 if the formats are not supported by Galaxy Note 4. Besides iTunes, it can also remove DRM from Windows Media Center, Zune Marketplace, BBC iplayer WMV, Amazon Video on Demand, Blockbuster, etc. Furthermore, you can use it to convert between all popular video and audio formats, such as AVI, WMV, MKV, MP4, MOV, WMA, MP3, etc.
How to convert and transfer iTunes to Galaxy Note 4
1. Import iTunes files you want to transfer to Galaxy Note 4
After you download and install iTunes to Galaxy Note 4 Converter, open it. As you can see, you can add files by clicking the “Add…” button and browse files from your computer. (You can also choose “Find DRM” to automatically load all the DRM-protected files on your hard drive.) Batch conversion is supported to save time, so you can add multiple files at once.
2. Select output format and the destination folder
According to Samsung’s official site, Galaxy Note 4 supported video and audio formats include: non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV, MP4, VP8. So here you can choose MP4, or MP3 as the output video or audio format. And also don’t forget to choose a folder to save the converted files.
3. Start converting iTunes DRM-ed files to Galaxy Note 4
After finishing all the settings, you can now click the “Start” button to begin removing iTunes DRM and converting iTunes videos and music to Galaxy Note 4. When the conversion is done, you can get Galaxy Note 4 supported no-DRM video and audio files on your destination folder.
Then connect your Galaxy Note 4 to computer with a USB and transfer the files to it. In this way, you can play iTunes video and music on Galaxy Note 4 with ease!