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hey there....unfortunately moto v3 doesn`t really have an i-tunes update option ...so u will have to use the given version only.... but u can add media to multmedia also... hope this helps .... and please VOTE ....help us to help u better
I have the phone to put music into itunes you need to go to settings then connection settings then USB settings after that you put default connection:Memory Card but you must first buy a 1GB micro memory card the V3i isn't strong enough to hold 2GB or more now when you connect it a message should appear saying from itunes on your phone so then itunes will open up on your PC and just start to drag and drop your songs to the phone and before you dissconnect the phone turn it OFF! or else the memory card will corrupt so make sure the phone is completly OFF! make sure you also install Motorola Phone Tools for other enjoyment in your motorola phone! Thats it
As I know iTunes downloaded audio files (M4P - "protected AAC") have DRM protection which prevent users from converting it to other formats or playing iTunes media with other incompatible players such as PSP, Zune, Creative Zen, cell phone like Motorola, etc..
So, you will need a professional DRM converter to convert the DRM M4P files to Motorola compatible formats.