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How to put iTunes movies/music onto Nexus Tablet?

Is it possible for me to put iTunes movies/songs on Nexus Tablet? So I just got my Google Nexus Tablet this week and I am wondering how to download iTunes content onto Nexus. I would like to do so considering I paid for the songs and movies. If possible, how might I convert iTunes to Nexus Tablet? Thanks for the help!


Of course, for iTunes purchased stuff like TV shows, Movies, Music Videos and Songs, you don't want to and you don't have to pay them again. You can absolutely transfer them onto your new Google Nexus Tablet freely and easily as you want. The only thing you need to take into account is the Digital Rights Management (DRM). Don't worry, this tutorial is going to walk you through the process on how to effectively get DRM-encrypted iTunes content onto Nexus Tablet.



How to transfer/put iTunes music/songs on Nexus Tablet?

Formerly, all songs in the iTunes Store were encoded with FairPlay. Prior to 2009, Apple's iTunes Store utilized the FairPlay DRM system for music. Apple did not license its DRM to other companies, so only Apple devices could play iTunes music. In May 2007, EMI tracks became available in iTunes Plus format at a higher price point. These tracks were higher quality (256 kbps) and DRM free. In October 2007, the cost of iTunes Plus tracks was lowered to US$0.99. In April 2009, all iTunes music became available completely DRM free. (Videos sold and rented through iTunes, as well as iOS Apps, however, were to continue using Apple's FairPlay DRM.) - Wikipedia


So to speak, if your iTunes music is bought after April 2009, then you have songs without DRM protection. For these songs, you can just connect your Nexus Tablet with your computer via USB cable and start transferring them onto it for listening. For DRM protected iTunes music, you have three options to get rid of the protection:

a. Burn CD. By using iTunes, the tracks can be burned to a standard Audio CD and the resulting CD has no DRM. Then you can re-rip the CD to audio files to playback on your Nexus Tablet.

b. Upgrade previously purchased music to iTunes Plus. iTunes Plus downloads are songs and music videos available in highest quality 256 kbps AAC audio encoding (twice the audio quality of protected music purchases), and without digital rights management (DRM). Song upgrades are available for 0.30 USD, video upgrades for 0.60 USD, and albums for 30 percent of the album price.

c. By using iTunes DRM Removal. With this professional DRM removal software, you can easily decrypt DRM protection from iTunes music and movies. Read on the next part and see how it works.


How to download/transfer iTunes movies/music onto Nexus Tablet?

For iTunes movies and TV shows, you will have to use a program. DRM Media Converter is a professional iTunes DRM Removal which is capable of removing DRM protection from iTunes movies, TV shows, music videos and songs as well as many other DRM-ed files. By following the step-by-step guide below you will find it's pretty easy to bypass the protection. After that, you can get iTunes videos onto Nexus Tablet easily. Check it out.


Download DRM Media Converter

To get started, click the link below to download this special DRM removal program. By following the set-up wizard, you can easily install and launch it on your computer.


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Import iTunes Content

On the interface, hit on "Add" button and a new window will pop up where you can find your iTunes files and add them into the software. Tips: Both iTunes protected music and videos are supported by the program.



Select the Right Output Format

Added iTunes stuff, now you need to select an output format for your Google Nexus Tablet. According to the specs, the tablet supports video playback in MP4 format. So click on "Video files to" button and choose MP4 as the output. If you are remove protection from iTunes music files, you may click on "Audio files to" button and select MP3.

itunes to google nexus tablet format


Start DRM Removal and Conversion

OK, now click on "Start" button and the program will start removing the DRM and converting iTunes files to Nexus Tablet supported formats.

Later when the task is done, connect Nexus Tablet to your computer, click on "Find Target" to get the DRM free iTunes files, select and get them onto Google Nexus. That's all and you have learned how to successfully add iTunes to Nexus Tablet. Have fun.



1. Google Nexus Tablet Supported Formats

Audio and Music Formats:
* 3GPP (.3gp)
* MPEG-4 (.mp4, .m4a)
* ADTS raw AAC (.aac, decode only, ADIF not supported, Android 3.1+)
* FLAC (.flac) only
* MP3 (.mp3)
* MIDI Type 0 and 1 (.mid, .xmf, .mxmf). Also RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl, .rtx), OTA (.ota), and iMelody (.imy)
* Ogg (.ogg)
* WAVE (.wav)


Video Formats:
* 3GPP (.3gp)
* MPEG-4 (.mp4)
* MPEG-TS (.ts, AAC audio only, not seekable, Android 3.0+)
* WebM (.webm)


2. Get iTunes Apps on Nexus Tablet

If you are trying to get and install iTunes software on Google Nexus Tablet, I'm sorry but you cannot do that. It seems iTunes can only support Windows OS and iOS, so you can't put iTunes on Nexus Tablet. However, you can put iTunes content on the tablet by following the guide above.


3. More about DRM Media Converter

Media Converter is a professional DRM Removal Tool which helps you to remove DRM restrictions from iTunes, Amazon Unbox, Zune Pass, Pandora, Rhapsody, Bearshare, WMV, WMA, MP4, MKV, and many other DRM files to let you freely enjoy your media files on any of your media devices.


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