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  1. bradNYC

    bradNYC New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Purchased a galaxy 7 plus so my 2 year old can watch videos on long flights. What is the best way (drm remover) to play itunes and amazon purchased videos on a galaxy 7 plus? Or is there anywhere in the android universe with downloadable video content similar to itunes and amazon?

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  2. Rush

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    Hello and welcome to the community. :)

    I've moved your thread over to the Samsung Galaxy 7.0 Plus forum - where you will be able to get answers from other users of the same device.
     
  3. bradNYC

    bradNYC New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for your help but my question does not pertain only to the galaxy 7 plus. I beleive the answers would be relevant to any android device.
     
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    2ndaccord Well-Known Member

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    You can purchase movies and TV shows from the Samsung media hub. It is preinstalled on the Galaxy tab.
     
  5. temetka

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    Since no one was willing to help the thread OP let me give it a shot.

    Find the video files you want to convert on your PC.

    If they are .MP4 files, they should play just fine unless there is DRM.

    To remove the DRM you can use a program called handbrake to re-convert the video file. There are plenty of web tutorials available on how to use handbrake.

    May the farce be with you.
     

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