How to play iTunes movies and audiobooks on OnePlus

The quirky Chinese brand OnePlus has been good at making/promising flagship level devices with killer prices. If you’re an iPhone user who has been shopping around the iTunes store for movies and music, who somehow managed to get through the enigmatic/notorious invite system to finally acclaim the fabled OnePlus, you might be slightly disappointed by the fact that all the iTunes movies are now rendered useless on your OnePlus.

The reason behind this is the FairPlay DRM – digital right management technology designed to ensure the profitability of content creators and providers, well at least it’s the original intention. But nowadays DRM tech are often used as a weapon for the tech giants to hurl at each other, to keep their flocks in line, or risk to lose the content purchased perfectly legally. Considering the fact that the nature of the DRM is to restrict the legitimate users, pirate doesn’t care anyway, it is not a thing to be loved, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the market is abound with sophisticated, well-streamlined solutions to combat the DRM, and the DRM converter, a tool capable of converting DRM protected videos and audios to common file format, is one of the fine choices.

The step by step guide to convert iTunes movies and audiobooks to regular file type


  1. Download DRM media converter to your windows PC. If you’re reading this article on your OnePlus, time to find a full-fledged Windows PC. The computer you’re on need have iTunes installed and the iTunes account that made the purchase need to be logged in.
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  2. Load iTunes files to the DRM media converter
  3. Set output video format as mp4, if it’s audiobooks you’re going to convert, set the output format as mp3.
  4. Start the conversion. The conversion process is likely to be lengthy, if the DRM unit of the program have problem with directly stripping the DRM, it will record the whole media file and save it in a

About iTunes music

Much thanks to apple, who convinced the publishers that dropping DRM is a financially good idea, music published on iTunes since 2009 are not embedded with DRM, and can be played on most of platforms around, android, windows phone, kindle devices… unless you have some old songs, you don’t have to go through the trouble of converting the iTunes audio files, if you do, then yes, the DRM media converter is able to convert the DRM protected music to any file format as you see fit.

M4v and m4b file format

The iTunes movies and audiobooks downloaded from the iTunes store are encoded in the m4v and m4b file format, both embedded with DRM tech that restrict the use of the files from unauthorized platforms. With DRM removal tool, the DRM protected files can be converted to mp4 for video, mp3 for audio, or any other user specified file format, that can be played on any platforms.

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