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Sep 05

Get iTunes videos playable on Google new Nexus 7


Do you encounter the problem when trying to play iTunes video and music on your new Nexus 7? Do you want to put purchased iTunes files to new Nexus 7? The article will tell you how to convert iTunes videos for syncing to new Nexus 7.

When we glance at tablet world, we can easily find that the competition between Apple and Google is heating up. Since Apple’s iPad Mini is released, it has become the focus in the tablet world. However, it is reported that Nexus 7 can be match for iPad on the fluency of hardware and software. Let’s see the configuration of Google’s new Nexus 7 Tablet:

2013 Google new Nexus 7 review

  • Operating: Android 4.1
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9
  • Storage: 8 or 16 GB flash memory
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Display: 7 inches IPS LCD, 1280*800 px, LED backlit, scratch-resistant glass
  • Input: Multi-touch Touch screen, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Accelerometer, GPS
  • Camera: 12 MP (front-facing)
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/b), NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0


But the key is that Nexus 7 is lack of applications while Apple device owns an iTunes. When you turn to Android Google Nexus 7, you probably want to play these purchased iTunes music and videos.

“I bought a new Nexus and I want to play purchased iTunes videos on new Nexus 7 tablet for personal entertainment as well as fiddling around with android development. I get that there are DRM’s and such, but hell, I legally purchased them and want to view it on my device. Any advice on the best and least complicated way to do this?”

Problem always occurred when playing iTunes videos with new Nexus 7. That is because most of iTunes files are protected by digital rights management protection. And iTunes videos, movies or TV shows are encoded for Apple products only, so even though your iTunes files are DRM-Free, they are not supported well by new Nexus 7.

In order to enjoy iTunes on new Nexus 7, you have to remove DRM protection from iTunes files and convert them to Nexus 7 compatible formats via third-party software. iTunes to new Nexus 7 converter is the what you need most. With it, you can easily convert protected files including iTunes files to various video formats like Nexus 7.

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How to convert iTunes videos to new Nexus 7?

1. Load iTunes videos to iTunes to new Nexus 7 Converter.

Install and run the software and then find the iTunes files, drag and drop them to the software directly or click “Add video” or “Add from folder” button on the top left to import them.

2. Select new Nexus 7 friendly format.

In the dropdown list of Format option, directly choose the “Google Nexus 7 H.264 Video (*.mp4)” under “Android” catalogue. It is the most compatible format for Nexus 7.

Tips: If you want to choose the desired resolution or channels, you can go to press “Settings” button to change the parameters including codec, size, bitrate, channels, etc before conversion.

3. Start iTunes videos to new Nexus 7 conversion.

Before conversion “Browse” your computer and find the output folder convenient for you. Click the “Convert” button on the interface to convert iTunes videos for new Nexus 7. It won’t take long time for conversion especially with the help of CUDA acceleration. When completed, you can locate the generated files by clicking “Open” button.

Now the conversion is finished and you can go to transfer iTunes videos 1to your Google’s new Nexus 7:

Get the USB cable to connect your new Nexus 7 to PC. When the connection is set up and the driver installations are over, you can drag and drop or copy the generated iTuens files to connected Nexus 7. After it is done, go to enjoy iTunes videos with new Nexus 7 freely.

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