Any Itunes, RCA Savy People on Here?

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  1. PhilGarber

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    Hey all,

    I just installed me and my dads RCA MP3 player and I'm on emusic..it's....frustrating, to say the least.;)

    So, my question is, is it possible to download songs using itunes then move then to my emusic folder?

    Thanks,

    Phil,
     
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    Not unless you get a decoder. iTunes uses a proprietary encryption so that it can only be played by iTunes.
     
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    you can burn them to a cd and re-rip it. THat removed the DRM, but it's a pain in the *** to say the least. ()
     
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    It depends upon where you download your music from.
    If you buy music from the iTunes store then it has a copyright protection a bit like Digital Rights protection used by Windows Media Player.
    If you get your music from other sources, such as CDs or other download sites then they won't be protected.
    There are a lot of music sites out there you can buy music from - you don't have to do it through iTunes.
    But if you are using any MP3 player then iTunes itself should be able to upload music to it and so you shouldn't have a problem. iTunes will work with most MP3 players.
     

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