Hello all, if you want to watch the movie or TV show you bought from iTunes store on your Android phone, or other non-Apple devices, you need to removal the DRM Protection first. The following will show how to remove the DRM protection with DVDFab DRM Removal for Apple.
Note: Before using DVDFab DRM Removal for Apple, you need to allow iTunes to “share iTunes library XML with other applications”. Please run iTunes, navigate to Edit > Preferences > Advanced, and check the box before “Share iTunes Library XML with other applications”. Moreover, you have to make sure your iTunes is logged in.
Step 1 > Run DVDFab 10, go to Utilities module, and click DRM Removal for Apple. Then there will be two options for you, and please choose “For Video”.
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Step 2 > Add iTunes video file. You can click “Add from Windows” to add the file from This PC > Music > iTunes > iTunes Media (the default folder location of iTunes), or click “Add from iTunes” to add the file directly from iTunes, or drag the file to main interface to add it.
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Step 3 > Click the “folder” icon to select a directory to save the output video. And then you can click the “Start” button to begin the process of removing DRM.
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After the process is done, you can check the output video, which is already drm-free, and can be palyback on various devices.
For more information of this DRM Removal tool,you can visit its page: https://www.dvdfab.cn/drm-removal.htm
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The technique of removing the DRM protection from the iTunes videos is really good to see. If you are trying to do this and failed then at first you need to check whether you updated your system software or not. Because without the software update you can’t install iTunes on Windows 10 so you need to be very careful about that. And the main thing if the software update properly installed then check the iTunes twice.
An analogy about how Apple's DRM protection works:
(highly inaccurate but comparable)
Storing the original file (decodable by standard decoders) in a password protected RAR, with the password generated based on the user information.