How to play iTunes on Galaxy Nexus
Transfer iTunes to Galaxy Nexus is easy to do with a computer software program called "Double twist" . However, a lot users complained that they cannot play iTunes music or video on Galaxy Nexus because Apple's FairPlay DRM protections. This guide will show you how to remove DRM protection from your iTunes files so that you can play it on your Galaxy Nexus or other media devices.
Remove DRM from iTunes
What we need to do is to convert DRM protected iTunes file to Galaxy Nexus supported and DRM-free file format such as MP4. To get this done, we need a software that can remove DRM protection convert iTunes video to MP4 or iTunes music to MP3 . Here we recommended Aimersoft DRM Media Converter.Just download it and follow the step by step guide to convert iTunes video and music to Galaxy Nexus.
Step 1: Load iTunes files
Once you downloaded and installed Aimersoft DRM Media Converter, start the software and then click the "Add..." button to import iTunes files. You may also do this by dragging and dropping iTunes files to this software.
Step 2: Select output format for Galaxy Nexus
Now, you need to set the output settings. Select the .mp3 file format (if you are working on audio file) from "Audio Files To" drop-down menu, or select the .mp4 file format for video conversion from "Video Files To" option. You could also specify output folder for saving converted files by clicking "Browse...".
Step 3: Converting iTunes to Galaxy Nexus
When you finished setting part, click on the "Start" button on the main interface to begin convert iTunes to Galaxy Nexus supported files. Once the conversion is finished, you may click "Find Target" to find converted files.
Transfer iTunes to Galaxy Nexus
You need to get a simple and easy software, called iTunes Agent (Mac users can get the same results by using software named iTuneMyWalkman).
The following is how it's done:
1. Download and install iTunes Agent
2. Once installed, the application runs in the system tray and monitors iTunes
3. Plug the Galaxy Nexus into your computer's USB port and mount it
a. Touch the USB icon that appears in the menu bar at the top of the display, and drag it down to expose the Android Notification Pane
b. Tap on USB Connected, and select Mount
4. Create a folder on the mounted Galaxy Nexus called Music
Here are details how you can make a configuration for the Galaxy Nexus in iTunes Agent's Preferences
1. Right-click on the iTunes Agent icon in the system tray
2. Click Preferences
3. Leave all defaults checked and click the New button
4. Give the device a name (Galaxy Nexus in this case)
5. Leave Synchronize pattern: set to iTunes
6. Click the Select button and select the Music folder you created on the Galaxy Nexus
7. Click the Create button and select the Music folder you created on the Galaxy Nexus
8. Click Save and then Close
How to add music to your Galaxy Nexus
1. Launch iTunes and you will see a playlist folder called My Devices, under which you will see the Galaxy Nexus
2. Simply drag the music you wish to synchronize from your iTunes library to your Galaxy Nexus into this playlist
3. Finally, right-click on the iTunes Agent icon in the system tray and select Synchronize devices.
Now you have got your iTunes media files on Galaxy Nexus. Enjoy!