Can music from iTunes be put onto a Kindle Fire HD?
If it can, how?
That's because the songs you buy from iTunes are AAC "protected" files. You should burn these songs to disc and then re-upload them to your PC (in a format your phone will play) to remove the protection. Then you can add them to whatever you like.
Download the app named: iTunes Remote: Android. And you would be able to use iTunes just like on iPhone or iPod.
So if you are thinking of getting a Kindle Fire HD. It would be a safe option.
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ITunes downloaded songs has the DRM protection which avoid customer to transfer them to other incompatible devices(non-ipod device), so, to get itunes songs on kindle fire hd, you need to bypass drm first, 2 ways are as follows:
You can easily crack iTunes music DRM by burning the playlists to CD and then rip them back using the iTunes CD burning and ripping function.
1.Create an iTunes playlist containing the purchased DRM protected songs.
2.Insert a blank CD-R or a CD-RW into your computer's hard drive.
3. Burn the playlist to disk with iTunes.
4. Rip the burned CD to get DRM-free songs.
Another option would be to get software that automatically converts your iTunes
purchases to MP3. An app called DRM music Converter does this quickly, it support batch conversion that can convert protected itunes Music Video files to kindle fire hd for playback without quality loss. You may check it here:
Hope it helps, of course, can give you more options