Jan 252018

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is equipped with an even big, 6.2-inch Infinity display stretching from edge to edge. The screen is also taller, allowing the phone to remain somewhat manageable in the hand despite the extra-large screen area. To make room for the taller screen, however, Samsung has replaced the physical buttons with on-screen ones, while the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back. The Galaxy S8+ is powered by the fast and efficient Snapdragon 835 SoC. But the additional space has allowed Samsung to fit in a bigger, 3500mAh battery.

If you own movies in MP4, 3GP, AVI and WMV formats, those movies can be played on Galaxy S8+ really easy. Just connect your smartphone to the computer via USB drive. So you can drag and drop any video files you want to it very easily from your PC to Galaxy S8+. However, the problem is that, it could be hard for you to download movies from iTunes to your computer because of DRM copyright protection, let alone transfer iTunes movies to Galaxy S8+. Although you have purchased or rented the iTunes movie, you still unable to play it at will. Is there any efficient method to play iTunes movies on your Galaxy S8+? Can I play iTunes M4A music on Galaxy S8+?

The answer is YES. You can use iTunes to Galaxy S8+ Converter – aPubsoft Video Converter. It can remove DRM protection from iTunes movies/music and convert to Galaxy S8+ supported formats. Best part is, you can load any iTunes videos to the program, including iTunes movies, Rentals and TV shows. Galaxy S8+ iTunes Converter offers both Windows and Mac version for you. So how to transfer iTunes movies and music to Galaxy S8+ easily? Just keep reading.

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Guide: Convert iTunes M4V movies and M4A music for Galaxy S8+

Step 1. Load iTunes files

Install and launch aPubsoft Video Converter as the best iTunes to Galaxy S8+ Converter on your computer. Click “Add File” button to import iTunes M4V movies or M4A music you want to convert. Batch conversion feature allows you to import multiple iTunes M4V and M4A files to convert.

iTunes to Galaxy S8+ Converter - Load iTunes M4V movies and M4A music

Step 2. Set output format for Galaxy S8+

As we know, H.264 MP4 and MP3 is perfect format for Galaxy S8+ support. So you need to click “Profile” drop-down list to select the output format for Galaxy S8+. Here we can choose “Samsung Galaxy S8+ (*.mp4)” as output video format under “Samsung” category, “MP3 MPEG Layer-3 Audio (*.mp3)” as output audio format under “General Audio” category.

Convert iTunes movies to MP4 for Galaxy S8+

Convert iTunes music to MP3 Galaxy S8+

Step 3. Start iTunes to Galaxy S8+ conversion

After all settings done, now hit “Convert” button to convert iTunes M4V to MP4, M4A to MP3 for Galaxy S8+ with original quality.

After iTunes M4V/M4A to MP4/MP3 conversion, you can click “Open Folder” button to get the generated .mp4 or .mp3 files. Then, transfer these files to your Samsung Galaxy S8+ for playing. That’s all, enjoy yourself!

Tip: Since Samsung Galaxy S8+ don’t have the drive for Blu-ray playback, in order to make Blu-ray movies playable on Galaxy S8+, you need to rip Blu-ray to Galaxy S8+ supported video formats like MP4 first before transferring them to your device. aPubsoft Blu-ray Ripper is a good choice for ripping Blu-ray movies to Galaxy S8+ compatible video files with fast ripping speed and excellent output video quality.

aPubsoft Video Converter Ultimate offers one-stop solution for any media downloading and converting tasks. You can convert any DVD to MP4, DVD to FLV, DVD to MKV, DVD to MOV, DVD to AVI, DVD to WMV and more, convert any 4K Ultra videos (4K H.265/HEVC Video(*.mp4) /4K H.264 FLV Video (*.flv)) to 4K /1080p HD video and other your needed format like MTS, TS, MP4, AVI, MOV, M4V, WMV, MKV, FLV and more. It has the ability to download online videos like YouTube videos/music and more.

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