How to convert iTunes movies to Android devices / Convert M4V to MP4 for Android Devices

Android is a mobile operating system (OS) based on the Linux kernel and currently developed by Google. With a user interface based on direct manipulation, Android is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphonesand tablet computers, with specialized user interfaces for televisions (Android TV), cars (Android Auto), and wrist watches (Android Wear).

While most downloaded files initially included usage restrictions enforced by FairPlay, Apple’s implementation of digital rights management / DRM, so users can’t play iTunes purchased movies or rent movies on other player devices like Android phones / Tablets and so on.

If you purchased or rent movies from iTunes Store and want to watch them on your Android Tablets, how to do?

M4V Converter Plus can help you solve the problem easily and quickly. With M4V Converter Plus, you can:

  1. Remove FairPlay DRM.
  2. Convert Purchased movies to unprotected format
  3. Convert iTunes Movie Rentals to MP4 / AVI /3GP and so on
  4. Convert Purchased movies for iPad / iPhone / Samsung phones / Gphone / Kindle Fire HD / Android tablets

Step-by-step guide to convert iTunes moviesfor Android format

Step 1. Download the powerful software – M4V Converter Plus, install and launch it.

Step 2. Click “Add Files” to select the movie files you want to convert and add them.

Step 3. Click “Convert to” drop-down list to choose “Same as source for mp4” as your output format. To have more exactly output files, you can set the parameters as needed.

Step 4. Click “Convert” button to start conversion.

After conversion, you can transfer the converted and unprotected MP4 movies to your Android Tablets or phones as you like and watch them anytime and anywhere.

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