For Android users, there is a frequently met question – the iTunes movies can't be transferred to Android smartphone or tablet for watching. This is because Apple imposes FairPlay DRM protection on the movies, TV shows and music videos sold from iTunes. But, many people might have a bunch of iTunes movies in iTunes library. And they are seeking for a method to play iTunes movies on Android Devices.

If you are one of these iTunes users, you can find a solution here. Actually, the devices limitation on iTunes movies is related to Apple's FairPlay DRM protection, which prevents you making more use of their digital content. So to play the iTunes movies on Android, you have to remove the DRM protection first. This guide will show how to remove iTunes DRM restrictions so that you can be free from the restrictions and watch iTunes M4V movies on anywhere.

Before getting rid of DRM from iTunes Movies:
1. Download and install TuneFab M4V Converter for Mac
2. Upgrade your iTunes to the latest version;
3. Authorize your PC or Mac with the same Apple ID you used to purchase or rent the movies;
4. Make sure the iTunes rentals are in valid period and not expired.

TuneFab M4V Converter is a helpful tool for removing DRM from iTunes movies and converting M4V to popular MP4 format. Meanwhile, you can choose to keep the multi-langue subtitles and audio tracks in the output MP4 files. You can convert multiple iTunes videos at a single time. Let's see the detailed guide below.

Step 1. Click "add files" button, all your rented and purchased iTunes videos would be recognized and listed out. Choose those rented movies or TV shows you want to keep longer than 24 hours.
Step 2. If necessary, you can choose the subtitles and audio tracks you want to keep. If you didn’t select any of them, the program will keep all subtitles and audio tracks for you after conversion.
Step 3. Click "Convert" button to start removing DRM from iTunes rentals and convert iTunes videos to MP4.

Now you can transfer the converted iTunes movie to your Android smartphone or tablet. Just take a try!