The Motorola Droid X2 has a huge 4.3-inch screen with a wonderful 960 by 540 qHD display. This phone is powered by 1GHz dual core processor, NVIDIA and 1GB RAM. You enjoy music and video on your phone no matter where you are.
However, if you want to get iTunes music and video files played on the phone, you will fail to do so. Because most of iTunes music and video files have the DRM copyright protection you can only play iTunes files on the Apple products. Don't worry. This guide will help you to remove the DRM protection from iTunes by using Aimeroft DRM Converter. It is easy to do and no special computer skill is required. You can download it for a try.
Let's give you a simple step-by-step instruction that show you how to convert iTunes to Droid X2.
Launch the software from your desktop. Click "Add" button on the left top corner to import the iTunes files that you are about to convert. Or you can drag the files to the converter directly.
Tips: This software allows you to add many iTunes files at the same time.
When you want to convert video files, you can choose .MP4 as the output file format from "Video files to" > "Common video". Then you can click the "settings" button to set the video size as 540×960 pixel or smaller. In "Settings" option you can adjust video frame rate, video bit rate, audio bit rate, audio sample rate according to your need.
When you want to convert the audio files, you can choose output file format from "Audio files to" select "Mp3" as the format. After that, you can click "Browse" to select the place where you are going to save your converted iTunes files.
Click the big "Start" button to begin converting iTunes to Droid X2. When the conversion is done, you could click "Open" button to locate your converted video and music quickly.
Now, it is time to enjoy music and video that you bought from the iTunes store on your Motorola Droid X2. In addition, you can have your iTunes files shared with your friends after converting.