Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
I have my 8Gb Phillips GoGear and I had Rhapsody To go for 3 months ,then canceled it after I got all my music but it gave me a notice about 2 weeks after I canceled and said " You have 8 days to renew your subscription. It counted down to 0 after a week and then my music stopped playing. Now it says either you have to renew subsciption or synchronize to your media player to play subscribed tracks.
That's true - that's the problem with music sub svcs that give you wma's - after the sub expires, your songs are not playable until you renew the service. If you don't care about the legality, you can get a drm stripper. Otherwise, just go with mp3 format songs from here on out.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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