Syncing iTunes with Nexus 7 – I just changed my tablet from iPad to the brand-new Google Nexus 7, I wonder is there a way that I can sync my movies from mac iTunes library to the Android-based Tablet?
With over one million pixels on a stunning 7″ display, the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Tablet really rocks for watching movies. If you have ever purchased some videos (TV shows / Movies) from iTunes store, you may want to copy them to your Nexus 7 Talet for enjoying on the go. However, things turn to be different when you’re trying to sync and play iTunes videos on Goolge Nexus 7, you’re only told that the Android 4.1 Tablet cannot play them because of the Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection.
To play a protected iTunes m4v files, the device need to needs to be authorized (using iTunes) with the account that was used to purchase the video. Unfortunately, the Android-based device has not got a license to play DRM contents, which means iTunes videos will not work on Nexus 7 Android Tablet. In order to transfer files (movies/TV shows) from Mac iTunes to Google Nexus 7, you may have to remove iTunes movie DRM restriction first and convert iTunes movies to Nexus 7 supported videos (e.g. h.264 mp4).
To get iTunes and Google Nexus 7 to play nicely, below, I will throw a quick tutorial for you continue reading…