My mp3 kepts saying that the lincence expired right i got some new songs .It not even saying it to all the songs ,only to old ones.how do i get it to stop doing it.PLEASE HELP ME !!!!! PLEASE COMMENT ON THIS
Easy answer... you have downloaded this music illegally and you do not have a license for the music... simple as that. Either that or you did not get the license with the music through itunes or another ''legal'' source.
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If your device can play some songs before, then it appears "...subscription..." meaning that Songs are protected or expired. You used Rhapsody to sync songs before? If so, trial expired or after 30 days the songs expired. Therefore, you need connect your device to Rhapsody do subscription.
The license on the songs that you have transferred to your mp3 player have an expired DRM license. The only way to "unexpire" the license is to refresh your license through the music service that you downloaded the songs from. If you have let your subscription lapse, the licenses will stay expired.
kevy - either the license on your songs has expired, or you need to format your player. You can format your player directly from the Settings menu of the Sansa, but be forewarned that it results in all of the songs on your player being erased - make sure you have backups somewhere.
benjamin - the songs you tried to load are in the wrong format. Go with songs that are in mp3 format only - WMA's have too many stipulations because most of them are DRM-protected, which limits your ability to play them on mp3 players.
Are the files MP3 files or WMA files? This sounds like a DRM (digital rights management) limitation of the music you are using. MP3 files don't have DRM - and shouldn't exhibit this problem. WMA files can have licenses associated with them and only allow number of copies to be made for personal use before their license disables further use - as it sounds is occurring in your case.