Music and videos purchased from iTunes online store are restricted to play on iTunes. If you have an All-new Kindle Fire, is it possible to transfer iTunes Protected Music Videos to Kindle Fire?
The answer is definitely YES! But what you need to do is to remove the DRM firstly. Here we recommend you using Aimersoft DRM Media Converter which could legally Remove DRM Protection from Protected Music Videos and convert it to Kindle easily and freely. Then please do as the following guide describes to transfer iTunes protected music videos to Kindle Fire step by step.
Part One. Remove iTunes Protected Music Videos DRM
Step 1: Install DRM Media Converter and Run the program.
Step 2: Add files by dragging and dropping the protected music or video files into the main window, or click "Add.." button to load the files.
Step 3: From output format list, choose the output audio format supported by Kindle Fire from "Audio files to:" or "Video files to:". Then click "Browse" to choose the output folder to save the converted files
Step 4: Click "Start" to remove DRM fast.
Part Two. Transfer iTunes Protected Music Videos to Kindle Fire/Kobo Vox
Step 1: Attach the Kindle to the computer using the specialized USB cable that Amazon provided. This will establish a physical connection between the two devices.
Step 2: Click "Start" on your computer and navigate to "My Computer." Your Kindle should be listed in that window. If it is not, use the drop down menu at the top of the window and try to find it in that list. Click on the icon representing your Kindle to get into your Kindle files
Step 3: Click on the "music" folder out of the three file folders listed in your Kindle files. This opens the music folder so that you can transfer music easily onto your Kindle. If the music folder does not exist, create it.
Step 4: Navigate to your personal music folder in another window. Choose the songs you would like to add to your Kindle. Check that they are MP3 format and convert if they are not. Any other format will not play.
Step 5: Right click and copy the file that you want to transfer. Then right click and paste it in your Kindle's music folder. Continue this until you have added all the songs you want for background music.
Step 6: Eject your Kindle safely so that the files do not become corrupted. Right click on the eject icon at the bottom of your screen and click "Safely Remove Hardware" to complete this task.
Now, you can enjoy it anywhere you go.
Note:To play the music files on your Kindle or Kobo Vox, press "Menu" and choose "Experimental." Then click on "Play MP3." The files will play in the order you added them.
Amazon Kindle Fire Content supported formats : Kindle (AZW), TXT, PDF, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively, Audible (Audible Enhanced (AA, AAX)), DOC, DOCX,JPEG,GIF, PNG, BMP, non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, OGG, WAV, MP4, VP8. It does not support the standard EPUB book format used by Google Books and other publishers.
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Ada Wang works for Epubor and writes articles for a collection of blogs such as ebookconverter.blogspot.com.