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How to Transfer and Watch iTunes Movies on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Wilson Kent
BY Wilson Kent   
LAST UPDATED: Jan. 03, 2017

Being a strong component to iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab is also excellent at playing videos. However, if you are an iTunes user, you might not be able to watch your purchased M4V movies on this Samsung tablet. Why?

Videos from iTunes are DRM protected and can only be streamed or watched on Apple product (iPhone, iPad, etc.) To play M4V movies on Samsung Galaxy Tablets, you need some help from a third-party tool like DRM Media Converter and iTunes M4V Converter. At first, you should use them to legally remove DRM protection from the videos and convert them to Galaxy Tablet playable format in advance. After that, you can watch iTunes videos on Samsung devices (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, etc.).

1For Windows Users: Convert iTunes Videos to Any Video Format

DRM Media Converter is able to convert both DRM-locked M4V and DRM-free M4V videos to MP4, AVI, WMV, and more for smartphones and tablets. Now follow the guide to see how to perform this handy software.

DRM Media Converter – Samsung Galaxy Tab Video Converter

Use DRM Media Converter to convert iTunes videos for Samsung Galaxy Tablet with ease.

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Step 1: Download and Install DRM Media Converter

You can download the free trial version from the box above. Then install the iTunes converter on your PC.

Notice: You also need to install iTunes on your PC so that the converter can successfully get access to the iTunes videos.

Step 2: Import iTunes M4V Movie

To load DRM-free M4V videos, you can directly find them in the local folder in your PC.

To import iTunes DRM-ed M4V videos, you should go to "Add Files" > "Library" > "Music" > "iTunes" and choose any video you want to convert.

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Step 3: Select Output Format and Start Conversion

The best solution is go to "Samsung" > "Samsung Galaxy Tab". Now you should click "Start" to start the conversion. Wait for a while to get it done. You will have the DRM-free video for Samsung Galaxy Tab.

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2For Mac Users: Convert iTunes Videos to MP4

iTunes M4V Converter is your best choice to get rid of DRM protection from purchased and rented iTunes M4V videos and output the videos as MP4 format. With its super-fast converting speed (up to 30X faster speed) and stability, you will definitely want to have a try.

iTunes M4V Converter – Convert iTunes Movies to MP4

Use iTunes M4V Converter to convert iTunes movies to MP4 for Your Samsung Galaxy Tab.

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Step 1. Install iTunes M4V Converter

Download the free trial version first and install it in your Mac. Also, please make sure that you have installed iTunes in your Mac and can play source iTunes movies in iTunes without trouble.

Step 2. Add M4V Movies

The interface of the software will show your whole iTunes playlist. Then click "Add Files" button to select the movies you need to convert.

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Step 3. Convert iTunes M4V Videos to MP4

Click "Convert" button now. The Samsung Galaxy Video Converter will automatically convert the M4V to MP4 for you.

When the conversion is done, you can find the converted video in "History" tab. Then you can stream the MP4 files to your Samsung tablets via USB.

Tips: Samsung Galaxy Android Tablet supports Adobe Flash 10.1, DivX, MPEG-4, WMV and Xvid, H.263, H.264. That is to say, MP4 is totally playable on Samsung Galaxy Tab.

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Summary

This is all you need to do convert iTunes Movies to Samsung Galaxy Tab. Now download the free trial version below and have a try.

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