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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by the Gnome, Jan 10, 2010.
Any idea? I have no clue how I would go about this.
:motdroidhoriz: Kind Regards
On my computer, all Itunes music is stored in my documents under music. Itunes is listed there. You just drill down until you find the music files. then its just drag and drop.
Important thing to note is that you cannot transfer any content you purchased from iTunes using the above process. There are work around to do that though.
Thats the process I followed and it worked fine.
That's the easy part. Now if we only had a player that was as easy to use/full featured as itunes (smart playlists, sleep timer, browser interface).
Then it is my bad. I assumed that Apple's DRM would prevent the music from playing on another device, but I think Apple is no longer using DRM on music purchased on the iTunes stores. However, they DO continue to use DRM on video content.
use doubletwist. it can use your itunes library to transfer songs to a whole bunch of devices
Yes, Apple no longer protects thier music with DRM so its easy to drag and drop.
Would it matter if I am still using an older version of iTunes? Or should I go ahead and update my software.
Any music you have already bought in DRM format (*.m4a files) will not be un-DRMed just by upgrading your iTunes. You can either pay Apple even more money to unlock the files you already bought from them, or you can use a program like Tunebite to convert them to mp3's.
Humm... Good knowledge. I'll play with that.
I use ITunes Agent. It takes whatever I setup in iTunes and sends it to the Droid.
On the Droid I use MixZing as the Audio Player as it does better with Playlists, IMHO.
Oh and BTW, I listen to Audio Books 90% of the time, in case that matters.