iTunes is a very popular music download service in the U.S. Many millions of people have music they've purchased from iTunes store, but ipod and iphone aren't the only devices on which people would like to listen to their iTunes-bought songs.
If you have iTunes video and music, and also you don't have Apple devices- but an Android phone instead, syncing iTunes to Android is often annoying, caused by DRM Protection.
Aimersoft DRM Converter is a desktop application that will help you to effectively get rid of the DRM. It's easy to sync iTunes to Android by this tool. Let's see how we can do this:Step 1: Import iTunes DRM protected files
Launch the DRM converter. Click the "Add..." button and upload your iTunes media files. You can also do so by directly dragging the files to the program.Step 2: Output settings
Choose the MP3 file format (if you are working on audio file) from "Audio Files To" option, and choose the "Android phone" for video conversion from "Video Files To" option. After that, select an output path where you choose to save the converted media files. Click on the "Browse" button and choose the desired folder.Step 3: Begin removing iTunes DRM
Hit "Start" button to start out DRM conversion (processing time will depend on the file size). When the conversion is completed, click "Find target" to open the folder and find the converted files.
The program not only you can convert iTunes to Android but can also freely play in Windows Media Player, Quick Time Player or Real Player. You now have the probability to convert your files to all file formats such as MP4, MOV, M4V, 3GP, WMV, AVI, FLV, SWF, MPG, MP3, M4A. So, what more do you want from it?Tips:
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