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How do you convert your own music (itunes) to FP3 format?

We just bought the Fisher-Price FP3 player for our 4 year old. We have alot of songs already on Itunes but can't figure out how to convert the music over to fp3 format!! Does anyone know how and can help us?

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  • carlosnlisa Jan 24, 2009

    I have the same problem, but in my case i don't have a CD ROM player, so i want to convert/rip the files from my hard drive or flash drive

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Yep you can only add songs you either have on CD or you purchase through the FP3 site

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    kevreid911 Aug 07, 2012

    Yep you can only add songs you either have on CD or you purchase through the FP3 site

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There's currently no converter available to convert from MP3 to FP3. Fisher Price wants you to download songs from them or simply just convert from existing CD's.

Until someone decides to make this converter I'm afraid you only have those two choices!

You could try burn CD's from iTunes if you downloaded the music & then rip them to FP3. Painfull but no other way just yet :(

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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