FAQ: Google Nexus 10 users play purchased or rented iTunes videos:
Q1. ” I recently purchased the Google Nexus 10 tablet which is android and have always had apple products prior. I would like to convert my videos from itunes to mp4 i believe so that I can transfer my purchases to my new tablet. It seems like I have no idea what I’m doing…”
A1. Your file type choice is correct because Nexus 10 can take .mp4 videos. But iTunes videos and movies are all DRM protected, hard to directly put to Nexus. You can try ChewTune, very friendly-used and easy to handle. Just three steps, load movies, choose profile, and convert, that’s all. Try by yourself.
Q2. “Is there a step by step guide to convert iTunes videos and music to a format that can work on my new Google Nexus 10??I’m quite new in this.?Help!”
A2. This is a quite new device, just announced to re-order this Nov., but in great equipment. I have a Google Nexus 10, it is super easy. Since all movies purchased from iTunes are DRM protected, get rid of this protection is necessary. While this DRM protection cannot be easily stripped off by regular video converter, I use iTunes to Nexus 10 Converter, it helps me make movies and music purchased through online stores free for different uses. And their support team recommends a guide page to me, guess you might need it.
Q3.. “Can I watch iTunes videos/movies on Nexus 10? How to watch iTunes movies on Nexus 10 when we spend holidays or camping?”
A3. Of course! You only need to change purchased or rented videos/movies from iTunes to Google Nexus 10 friendly video format, i recommend MP4 format.
From the above problems can be found, after you got the newly released Nexus 10 tablet, many people may have this question “Can I play iTunes movies on Nexus 10 directly?”. But the answer is NO.
iTunes movies and TV shows are DRM (Digital Rights Management) protected, we can’t sync iTunes movies to Nexus 10 for playback directly, we are limited to play iTunes content on authorized iOS devices. Nexus 10 and so many tablets and smartphones runs Android OS, how do you watch iTunes movies on Nexus 10? What you need is an iTunes to Nexus 10 converter to help you remove DRM protection and convert iTunes M4V movies to Nexus 10 supported video formats, like MP4, and then you can view iTunes M4V movies and TV shows on Nexus 10 and any devices freely.
Now please follow the steps below to convert purchased or rented videos/movies from iTunes to Google Nexus 10, which is the simplest way:
Step 1. Download and install Pavtube ChewTune, it’s an all in one converter that can convert DRM protected videos and non-protected videos. With it you can convert iTunes movies, Digital Copy movies, Amazon Instant Videos etc. protected movies, rich input and output formats are supported.
(Click here for Mac OS X 10.5)
Step 2. Run this iTunes to Nexus 10 converter, import your iTunes files (movies or TV shows) to the program.
Step 3. Choose the friendly output video format for Nexus 10 and output folder.
Click “Format” bar and move mouse to “Android” column, you can easily find the profile of “Google Nexus 7 H.264 Video(*.mp4)”. The output videos could fit on Google Nexus 10 perfectly. Also you can convert your iTunes files for playing on Windows Media Player, other Android Tablet/Phone or BlackBerry phone.
If you like, you can click “Settings” to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish.
Step 4. After above steps, Click “Convert” button to start removing iTunes DRM protection and converting iTunes purchased/rented M4V videos to MP4 for Nexus 10 playback.
Once the process completes, download and transfer the DRM-free iTunes videos to your Nexus 10via USB cable. Then you are free to enjoy and watch iTunes movies on Google Nexus 10 as you like.
This Nexus 10 iTunes converter will help you convert iTunes movies to Nexus 10 at a fast speed, because it equipped with NVIDIA’s CUDA and AMD APP acceleration technology, so it will save you much time, now please have a try and then you can play iTunes movies on Nexus 10 at anytime, anywhere.