Besides surfing Internet and playing simple games with Galaxy Note, another popular usage among people is enjoying videos. Nowadays, many folks have lots of iTunes HD videos. And you can find that it is very easy to put iTunes videos and music onto Samsung Galaxy Note, but will be told that the tablet smartphone hyprid can not play iTunes movies due to DRM protections. If you are puzzled at how to get iTunes videos and music work normally on Samsung Galaxy Note, please read the aritcle carefully.

As we all know, the TV episodes, movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store are encoded with M4V format. The copyright of M4V files may be protected by using Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection. DRM can not stop users putting iTunes movie to an Android device, but it stops an Android tablet or smartphone playing iTunes movies- that’s why you get gray screen when trying to play an iTunes movie on Android tab like the mentioned Samsung Galaxy Note. However, the iTunes videos, with DRM removed and format conversion, can also be played in the Samsung Galaxy Note video player without problem. So the most important piece of the equation is that you have a DRM Removal Software installed to your PC.

There are many programs out there that allow you to make free the iTunes m4v movies out of DRM restriction and let you watch them on the Galaxy Note the way you want. When it comes to getting iTunes movie ready for Galaxy Note, an iTunes m4v video converter entitled Pavtube ChewTune is about as good as it gets. It is developed as a professional DRM remover and converter software. Using ChewTune, you can fast convert videos and music purchased from iTunes Store, Amazon, etc to popular multimedia devices, such as Toshiba Thrive, HP TouchPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, PSP, Android phones, etc. While the playback of the converted iTunes videos is smooth and decent as possible as original. Continue reading »