You may have downloaded or purchased lots of videos and songs from iTunes store in the past. Now you get a new Motorola Droid X and want to transfer iTunes to Droid X so that you can play the media files on your smartphone on the go. In this article, you are going to learn how to accomplish this task.
As we know, videos (M4V) and music (M4P) bought from iTunes store are protected by Apple's FairPlay DRM system. Due to the DRM protection, you can only play the media files on Apple products like iPad, iPhone, iPod, etc. If you want to put these DRM-protected iTunes music and movies on your Droid X, you need to strip DRM protection from iTunes and convert M4V/M4P to Droid X supported MP4/MP3 format. To do this, you can simply get DRM Media Converter and let it finish the work for you. With it, you can fast crack DRM protection from iTunes music and videos and convert iTunes to Droid X compatible formats with excellent output quality. In addition, you can also use it to convert among all popular video/audio formats, such as AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MPG, ASF, M2TS, MP4, MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, etc. Now get this tool and follow the guide below to play iTunes videos and music on Motorola Droid with ease!
After downloading, install and launch the DRM removal. The main interface of the software is as below. You can either drag and drop files to the source pane or click the "Add" button to select the import video and audio to the program.
Now select the output format for Droid X. For video files, choose "Droid X" as the output format from Motorola category to get videos with optimized settings. For audio files, choose "MP3" as the output format. Then simply click "Start" button on the main interface to start converting iTunes music video to Droid X.
After the conversion, you can click "Find Target" to locate the converted Droid X compatible DRM-free videos and audios. You can then connect your phone to computer and transfer the files to your phone without limitation.