Amazon released a cool tablet Kindle Fire last month, only $199. The Kindle Fire's reasonable price, together with the potential of widespread Android app support, makes the device an enticing option, especially for families who want to give a tablet to the kids without having to blast through five bills. In the coming Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas Promotion, etc. Kindle Fire must be a hot present.
If you are already an iPod or iPhone user, there must be some movies or songs on iTunes library that you want to put on your new Kindle Fire. According to iTunes DRM protection, media bought from iTunes store can only play on computer and Apple devices, you have to remove the DRM to transfer them to Kindle Fire. And this step by step guide will show you how to do the job. It’s easy to follow; even you are computer newbie can handle with it.
Step1. The tool you need is this DRM Remover; It removes the DRM protection in legal way. Locate the iTunes movie and songs on your computer hard drive at first, if you didn’t change the iTunes folder, the default folder should be as follow:
Mac OS X: /Users/username/Music/iTunes/
Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\
Windows Vista: C:\Users\username\Music\iTunes\
Windows 7: C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
Step2. Launch the DRM remover, drag and drop the iTunes media into the program. This program supports batch conversion; you can import multiple files at a time.
Step3. Click the “Video Files to” dropdown list, select “Common Video -> MP4 Video” as output profile. For iTunes songs, you can select the mp3 in the “Audio Files to” dropdown list.
Step4. Click Start the run the conversion. When the job done, click Browse to locate the file on your computer. And then connect your Kindle Fire to computer through the USB cable. Your computer should detect it as an external hard drive (or like a memory stick). You then just 'drag & drop' (or copy/paste) the movie from the PC to the movie folder on Kindle Fire. That’s all.