M4V is a DRM-protected video format originally created by Apple to encode movies, TV shows, and music videos in its iTunes Store. Actually, all iTunes movies and TV shows are locked by something called DRM protection.
“Why my new Samsung Galaxy S6 can’t recognize the .m4v files? The movie is downloaded from iTunes 12. Who can help me play iTunes movies on Galaxy S6?”
“Hello, I always use iPhone 5S previously, recently I bought a new Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone to replace my old iPhone. I bought many songs from iTunes store in the past two years, and now I want to transfer music songs from iTunes to Galaxy S7 Edge for playing, but I found Galaxy S7 Edge can’t play iTunes music, I noticed these iTunes songs are in M4A format, is this format not compatible with Galaxy S7 Edge? Can anyone help me to play iTunes music songs on Galaxy S7 smoothly?”
Elegant style, raw power, and sophisticated features make the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5 an excellent smartphone choice for playing game, listening to music and watching videos. If you’ve recently switched from an iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5/5C/5S/SE to the Samsung’s impressive Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6 or Galaxy S5, transferring your iTunes music and videos to the new device should be in your to-do list.
iOS & Android Manager can bridge iTunes library with Samsung Galaxy S/Note so that you can transfer favorite music&videos from iTunes to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5 in 1-click, as well as transfer iTunes media fiels to amartphone like HTC, Google Pixel, LG, Sony, Motorola, Huawei, iPhone/iPad, etc. Please follow below steps to get iTunes videos and music on Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5.
Step 1.Download iOS & Android Manager on PC/Mac
Click the buttons below to download the software on your Windows or Mac. After downloading, set it up on your computer. Then connect your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5 to the computer and hit the “Transfer iTunes Media to Device” on the main interface.
Step 2.Enable the USB Debuging on Galaxy S7/S6/S5
Check Android version in your Samsung device: Setting > About device > (Software info) > Android version.
For Android 6.0+
On your Samsung phone with Android 6.0 or later, launch Settings > About device > Software info > Build number (tap 7 times) > Develop Options > USB Debugging.
For Android 4.2-5.1
On your device running on Android 4.2-5.1, tap Settings > About Phone > Build number (tap 7 times) > Develop Options > USB Debugging.
Step 3.Select iTunes Data to Transfer
Next, all the iTunes files will be scanned and shown under different categories like music, movies, podcasts and others, you can select music songs and videos you want then untick the others. Click “Transfer” to start transferring process.
When the process ends, you can listen to iTunes music smoothly on your Samsung Galaxy S/Note by clicking “OK” button.
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