How to play iTunes protected movies on Blackberry

If you want to play your purchased movies on BlackBerry, at first you should know what kind of video formats Blackberry support.

Depending on your BlackBerry device model and wireless service provider, some media file formats might not be supported. The video formats usually includes 3GP, AVI, MP4, MOV, WMV, etc. Generally, movies purchased from iTunes Store are M4V with DRM protection. Obviously, the format of iTunes movies are not supported by BlackBerry.

And you may ask now: How can I do? Take it easy, you just need a third-party software which can convert protected M4V to MP4, MOV, etc which supported by BlackBerry. M4V Converter Plus is recommended.

The detailed toturial to play iTunes purchased movies on BlackBerry

M4V Converter Plus can get rid of DRM protection from iTunes movies and convert them to unprotected MP4, MOV, WMV, etc with high quality.Let us take Windows edition (Windows Version of M4V Converter Plus )for example.

The following steps will help you to transfer iTunes purchased movies to BlackBerry.

Download M4V Converter Plus for Mac please click here

Step 1: Install M4V Converter Plus, run it, and then click the “Add Movies” button to import iTunes protected movie files.

Step 2: Choose “BlackBerry Series” as your desired output format, you also can customize the output audio and video, just click BlackBerry icon to set the specific parameter for your movie files.

Step 3: When all the settings are OK, click “Convert” button to begin protected iTunes movies to BlackBerry conversion progress.

Step 4: After conversion, you can transfer the converted files to BlackBerry in two different ways:


Method one: Use the BlackBerry Desktop Manager software that comes with the BlackBerry phone. If you don’t have it you can download it from BlackBerry website. Then you can choose Media Sync to sync with your iTunes library.

Method two: USB cable + memory card way, format the card first (options – media card – menu – format card), then hook phone up to the computer, it creates 2 drives icons on your computer folder. One is called BlackBerry, and the other is called Removable Disk. Go into Removable Disk > BlackBerry > Videos, locate the source files, drag and drop, then all is done.


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