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Itunes issue i'm trying to listen to music i've purchased on itunes, but it appears to have downloaded as a protected ACC file (whatever that is) and cannot be converted to an mp3 file... any thoughts? i've only purchased a few songs on itunes and obviously don't want to purchase any more if I can play them on my ibulldog. thanks for any help!

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Re: itunes issue

Hello The iBulldog does not support any DRM protected files or AAC files off iTunes. What you can do is burn the files on to a CD and then rip them back to your computer. After that transfer them to the player Yeshai

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