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Downloading a large library of music from the internet is illegal if it infringes the copyright of the artists. Downloading large numbers of files can be time consuming and boring. Downloading lots of music files can use up lots of internet connection bandwith and therefore make downloading very slow. Downloading unverified content from untrusted websites can expose your computer to malware infections. Downloading or being involved with download sites on which copyrighted music is downloaded without compensation going to the copyright owners harms your favorite artists. Illegal music downloads affect the income of your favorite artists and jeopardize their ability to earn a sustainable income from the music they create and therefore threatens their ability to stay in the entertainment industry and continue to produce you favorite music
Here are some better ideas to access all the music you want and more without taking any of the above risks.
You could browse some Hindi songs you like on Youtube and if you don't have one yet create a youtube account and the apply to become a subscriber to the YouTube channel (especially official channels such as VEVO who comply with copyright legislation and compensate copyright holders for usage of their material) of each uploader of each song you like.
This gives you access to a wide range of not only the music you like but also video of your favorite artists. You can even apply to receive an e-mail each time a new video is uploaded by one of the channels you subscribe to.
You can download software for purchasing music (iTunes) and then download all your favorite songs from there.
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They don't allow you to record online music. Seems like it should be easy to do, but it's because of copyright laws. The musicians/singers want to get paid. You can go to many websites and listen to the songs before you download your favorite songs for a buck a song. Pretty cheap actually when you consider you usually only find one or two good songs on an album that costs $12. Once you download it you have your own copy to burn to a CD. You can find all your favorites online. If you have songs already on CD you can copy them to your computer and make a CD of your favorites! Good luck
There are different ways of downloading songs to your phone. To download songs using the Internet, you should have a program to use for downloading.
For example: Lime Wire, you may install Lime Wire to your computer and then search the songs that you would like to download. After downloading your favorite song using Lime Wire, you need to save it into your computer and then, connect your phone using a USB cable.
After connecting the phone, right-click the song and then select "Send To" and then select your phone.
To download MP3 using a CD as your source of music, please follow the steps below:
- Connect the phone to the computer using a USB cable. - Load the CD that carries the MP3 songs. - Explore the CD and right-click the song that you would like to transfer. - Select "Send To" and then select your phone.
You may transfer MP3 via Bluetooth. You may refer to the user manual of your phone on how to pair up your phone with another Bluetooth enabled phone and then transfer music.
Audio files from music subscriptino services come in several formats - Mp3, WMA, AAC, and sometimes WAV. The Rhapsody trial is for a subscription level that gives you the songs in WMA format. They have a license system on them called DRM protection. That is the problem with services that give you WMA files - once your subscription has expired, you cannot use the songs anymore, no matter how much you paid for them.
Your solution is to subscribe to Rhapsody's Mp3 Only service - it is more expensive, but you can continue to use the songs after your subscription has expired. Rhapsody offers several subscriptions - the only one that will solve your problem is the Mp3 Only service. Cheaper alternatives are more risky (virus-prone), but they include Limewire, Frostwire, and Morpheus - beware: all 3 of these services offer songs in multiple file formats - make sure that the songs you download are in mp3 format. Some ISP's will cut off your internet service if you use Limewire.
Subscribe to an online music service that is compatible with your GoGear, such as Rhapsody's Mp3-Only service - I repeat MP3 ONLY - no other Rhapsody service will work. Use Windows Media Player to transfer songs to your GoGear, or Rip CD's into Mp3 format - I repeat MP3 FORMAT - using Windows Media Player.
Videos must be transferred using the Philips (Arcsoft) Media Converter that came on the installation CD. You can also get this program from Philips website.
You will only be able to transfer photos to your GoGear if you have used the installation CD that came with the player. It contains a critical file that Philips has never posted to their website called the Philips Device Plug-In.