The Way to Transfer Music/Videos from iTunes to Kindle Fire

Do you want to play iTunes songs/video on Kindle Fire but find you can’t install Apple Music app on Kindle Fire? Also, you can’t send music files to Kindle Fire and upload the songs to Amazon Cloud, which has been canceled since 2017.

So, there is only one way to transfer iTunes music to Kindle Fire. You should make sure Kindle Fire supports the format of music/video files, then transfer the iTunes music/video files to the device.

Part 1. Convert the iTunes Music/Video File

Kindle Fire supports AAC, WAV, OGG, MP3, MIDI music files and MP4 video files, but doesn’t include M4A (or M4P before 2009) and video usually in M4V, which are iTunes Media files format.

So, we need software to convert iTunes Music/Video Files so that it can be played on Kindle Fire. Leawo Prof.DRM’s Video & Music Converter is the one you should choose, since it also can work to remove DRM from Apple Music, which means you can transfer a great amount of songs you love to any device.

What’s more, the whole conversion is pretty easy to do, follow the two steps and you can make the files get ready to transfer to your Kindle Fire:

Step 1: Add Songs/Video to the Converter

(Make sure iTunes already on your PC)

Launch Leawo Prof.DRM, click Video & Music Converter > OK.

Then, select Add Files, which is below the Converted.

Click the sync icon on the right of the Library. And if you want to add music to the converter, press Music, while when you press the video, all the video in iTunes will show.

Add Songs to Prof.DRM from iTunes

Step 2: Start to Convert and Find the Converted Files

Press the Converted button on the bottom right of the interface, then you will boost the conversion.

After it ends, click the Converted tab and select a song, press the folder icon on the right. The output folder will show immediately. Keep it on the screen and we need to drag those files to the Kindle Fire later.

Open the Output Folder by Cllicking the Folder Icon

Part 2. How to Transfer Files from PC to Kindle Fire

Now, you have prepared the iTunes music files. Before transferring the files, you should connect the Kindle Fire to the Desktop. Then, copy the media files to Kindle Fire. After that, you can play iTunes Songs/Video on your Kindle Fire.

Connect Kindle Fire to the Desktop

Open your computer, if you’re a mac user, make sure you have installed Android File Transfer.

Unlock the Kindle Fire, pull down from the top, press the setting icon. Select Connect Devices > USB > Transfer Files.

Then, connect it and the desktop with USB cable, and you will see the device show on the desktop.

Two ways to Copy the File to Kindle Fire

Here are two ways to transfer the files to Kindle Fire, method 1 is transferring via a professional tool and method 2 is finding the specific media folder of Kindle and dragging media in it.

Method 1: Copy the File to Kindle Fire via Phone Manager

With Dr.Fone Phone Manager, the process of transferring music files to Kindle Fire will be simplified.

First: Launch Dr.Fone, select Phone Manager, then you will find Kindle Fire show on the interface.

Second: Go to the Music tab, press the import icon, then click Add Folder. A folder explorer or finder will show. Navigate to the output folder. Then, you will see the music files in the Kindle Fire.

Add Music Files to Kindle Fire

Method 2: Drag Files to the media Folder of Kindle Fire

Windows: Go to File Explorer > This PC > Fire > Internal storage > Music/Video. Drag those songs from the output folder to it.

Mac: Double-click the KINDLE disk on the screen. And open the Music/Video folder, then just drag those files from the output folder to it.

Go to the Music app on the Kindle Fire, and you can play iTunes music right now.


Now, you know how to transfer iTunes music/video to Kindle Fire. After converting the music /video files’ format and copying those files to the Kindle Fire, you can freely listen to iTunes songs or watch on the Kindle Fire.

In a sleepy afternoon, waking up from a cat sleep but still feel dizzy. Unlock the Kindle Fire and play beautiful iTunes songs, which will easily pull your soul out of the foggy situation.