Best Android Mac Transfer

You may mistakenly believe that Android devices and Mac cannot get along. This misconception might be true when Android was in its infancy. However as Android gradually occupies its competitors’ market share, it now accounts for more than 70% of the smartphone market. Among these 70% Android users, quite a percent of them do own a Mac at the same time. TunesGo for Android gives all Android users the same convenience of using iTunes with their Android. With it you can sync all media files from iTunes to Android device directly, not just music, but also video, TV shows, iTunes U, Playlists, Podcasts, and more.

TunesGo for Android lets you sync iTunes content between Android and Mac as well as transfer any file from Mac to Android with ease. It does even more!

Android Mac Transfer

TunesGo for Android (Mac)

30% OFF to Order DRM Media Converter

Having a lot of songs and movies that comes with DRM? Being frustrated as there seems no way to move them onto another device for playing? No worry any more! DRM Media Converter is the best Windows software you can rely on to liberate all your own DRM-laden songs, audiobooks, movies and TV shows in a legal way. It supports a variety of protected audio or video file formats, including m4p, m4b, m4v, wma, wmv, asf, aa, aax, etc. Besides, this powerful DRM removal software provides a host of optimized output profiles so that you can easily convert DRM music and video to play with all popular portable devices.

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Burn iTunes Video to DVD on Mac

If you want to burn iTunes videos onto DVD discs on Windows OS, you simply get Video Converter Ultimate to help you, since it can be used to both remove DRM from iTunes media and burn video to DVD. However, if you’d like to do that on your Mac, the Mac version of Video Converter Ultimate cannot do the trick by itself. As I discussed before, the Mac version of Video Converter Ultimate has all the same features as that of the Windows version, except removing DRM.

Thus, in order to burn iTunes movies and TV shows to DVD on Mac OS X, you still need a DRM removal tool to help you, as Apple uses the M4V files to encode TV episodes, movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store and the copyright of M4V files is protected by using Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection.

Read the full guide here –>

How to Play iTunes Video on Samsung Galaxy S5?

There is no doubt it is an ideal portable device for watching movies, music videos, TV episodes, online videos, etc. Yet, if you were using iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and just made the switch to Galaxy S5, you may wonder whether the iTunes movies and TV shows can be played on this Android device.

Actually, since iOS and Android are two totally different and competing mobile operating systems, there’s no way to simply transfer videos from iTunes or an iOS device to Android device for direct playing. So does this mean you cannot watch iTunes videos on Samsung Galaxy S5 at all?

The answer is NO.

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How to Transfer Media from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note II

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is a smartphone–tablet computer hybrid designed, developed and marketed by Samsung. It is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note, and is the second device in the company’s Note series, which places emphasis on the use of a stylus. Employing a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, the device sports a 5.55-inch (141 mm) diagonal display with 720p resolution, 2 GB of RAM, and a maximum of 128 GB storage (by using a 64 GB microSD card with the 64 GB model). Upon its launch, it was the first Samsung phone to come with Android version 4.1 “Jelly Bean” as standard.

- from Wikipedia

If you just switched from an iPhone to a Galaxy Note II, you definitely want to get all your favorite songs, movies, apps, games and more in your iPhone fully moved to your new device. But since iPhone and Galaxy Note II run on two different and competing mobile operating systems, being iOS and Android respectively, the transfer cannot be that easy. For instance, if you need to transfer iOS apps and games to Galaxy Note II, you have to find the corresponding apps and games in Google Play. If the Android version of the app or game is also available, you just download and install it onto your Galaxy Note II. Then you just start using the app or playing the game on your new device once again, with no app record or game scores. For the apps and games that do not have Android versions, there’s no way to get them transferred from iPhone to Galaxy Note II.

Transfer from iPhone to Galaxy Note II

Due to copyright protection, you cannot directly transfer songs, movies, TV shows, music videos or audiobooks from your iPhone to your brand new Galaxy Note II either. The songs, movies, TV shows, music videos and audiobooks in your iPhone are generally purchased and downloaded from iTunes Store. Actually, the iTunes media is protected by using Apple’s FairPlay DRM copy protection. To play iTunes songs, movies, TV shows, music videos and audiobooks on Galaxy Note II, you will need to remove iTunes DRM and convert iTunes media to Galaxy Note II compatible file formats as listed below:


  • Codec: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, VC-1, DivX, WMV7, WMV8, WMV9, VP8
  • Format: 3GP(MP4), WMV(ASF), AVI, FLV, MKV, WebM
  • Full HD(1080p) Playback & Recording


  • Codec: MP3, OGG, WMA, AAC, ACC+, eAAC+, AMR(NB,WB), MIDI, WAV, AC-3, Flac
  • Music Player with SoundAlive
  • 3.5mm Ear Jack

Below are articles about how to convert iTunes media to plain mp3 or mp4 files that I have written in this blog before:

When the iTunes media is converted into mp3 or mp4 files, you can then feel free to transfer them to your Galaxy Note II via MicroSD card:

  1. On the device, select Settings > Wireless and network > USB utilities, and choose the Connect storage to PC option.
  2. Connect the Galaxy Note II to your computer using the micro-USB cable.
  3. On the screen of the device, select the Connect USB storage option.
  4. A removable disk will mount to your computer. You will see it listed under Computer if you’re a Windows user, or on the Desktop if you’re a Mac user.
  5. Drag and drop the music and video files over to the removable disk. You may want to create one folder named Music and another folder named Video within the removable disk first for organizational purposes.

Since Galaxy Note II is an Android device, you may also find the following articles useful: