In some forums, questions like "Will songs or movies downloaded off iTunes work with Blackberry?", "How can I get a TV show/movie from iTunes onto my new Blackberry Storm. Does iTunes movie work with them?", etc. are often heard. To make it clear, first, you should know that iTunes movies are often locked with Apple DRM protection. To play these protected iTunes files on Blackberry phones or tablets like Blackberry Storm, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry PlayBook, etc. you will have to strip DRM protection from iTunes and convert iTunes to BlackBerry compatible formats like MP3, MP4, AVI, WMV, 3GP, etc.
To make the work simple, you can just get Aimersoft DRM converter and let it do the iTunes music/video to BlackBerry conversion for you. Besides, this DRM converter can also remove DRM from media files purchased from Amazon, Zune, Nokia, etc. and convert among all regular video and audio file formats, such as AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, FLV, MP3, WMA, etc. Get the software now and free your iTunes library!
Download iTunes to BlackBerry Converter:
Install DRM Media Converter, run it, and then click the "Add" button to import iTunes protected music and video files.
Choose "BlackBerry" as your desired output format, and the default setting works great (you also can customize the output audio and video, just click "Settings" to set the specific parameter for your music video or movie files).
When all the settings are OK, click "Start" button to remove and convert protected iTunes video and music to BlackBerry supported format.
After conversion, you can sync converted DRM music movie to BlackBerry via two methods:
1. Use the BlackBerry Desktop Manager software that comes with the BlackBerry phone. If you don't have it you can download it from BlackBerry website. Then you can choose Media Sync to sync with your iTunes library.
2. USB cable + memory card way, format the card first (options - media card - menu - format card), then hook phone up to the computer, it creates 2 drives icons on your my computer folder. One is called BlackBerry, and the other is called Removable Disk. Go into Removable Disk > BlackBerry > Videos, locate the source files, drag and drop, then all is done.
Here is a video tutorial on how to convert and transfer iTunes media files to BlackBerry.