Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
I cant find the driver on the internet to make the music from itunes download onto my mp3 player!
Just right click the song in iTunes and select Convert to MP3. It will make a copy of the song in iTunes that you should be able to move to your MP3 player
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
ITunes music and video have DRM copyright protection, you can only play it on your computer or your iPod player. If you want to put them on other portable player such as PSP, Zen, Zune, MP3/MP4 player, etc. You have to remove the DRM protection at first. I found a media converter can do that, it's easy to use and works pretty well for me, you may download it for a try.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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, etc..
So, you will need a professional DRM converter to convert the DRM M4P files to mp3.
Free download this converter, drag and drop the protected files to it:
It can convert the DRM protected music (wma,m4p) to any other formats and extract audios from DRM video (wmv, m4v, asf, etc).
Hope it helps:)
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Have you tried using windows media player? Try also converting the files first using SUPER software to convert your files to mp3 format here is the link http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html
Posted on Jul 22, 2007
DRM Audio Converter for Windows is the program for me to convert DRM protected iTunes audios from M4P to MP3 format with lossless quality at 30x faster speed. Since all iTunes purchased or rented audios are combined with fairplay DRM protection, it can be played on Apple devices only. With using such a DRM removal tool, you will be able to play all these audios on any devices without limitation. Wish this point is helpful to you.
Posted on Feb 26, 2018
You can burn them to a CD, but, if you go into the settings of iTunes, you can physically change the format the music is imported from AAC (standard, this is the format when you download iTunes), to MP3 (the format you wish). Re-import your CDs. If it's a purchased song from iTunes, download Wavepad Sound Editor, put the song into Wavepad, go to file and hit SAVE. It saves an unprotected MP3 version of your purchased music. Hope this helps!!
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
Ummm go on limewire and download.... but your more then likely to get a virus once you download songs off it soo just burn the songs that you have on itunes to a blank CD and then put that CD into the computer and transfer the songs onto your mp3 player that way.Just so you dont get a virus on your computer!!!!! Smart Thinking heeyyyy !!!! : P and im only 14 which is greatt!!!!!Bye and hope you use my advise!!!!!
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
Burn the songs that you have on itunes to a blank CD and then put that CD into the computer and transfer the songs onto your mp3 player that way
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
Download limewire. then go to computer on start button on left bottom corner.there will be your mp3 icon and open it up. then go to music folder then drag the songs you downloaded to the file.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
Get an AAC to Mp3 converter - this player is not compatible with iTunes format
Posted on May 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You cannot use Itunes for anything except an Ipod device. And any files you get from the Itunes or Rhapsody for example are copy protected and require specific software to copy to an MP3 player.
If your songs are in MP3 format (not downloaded from Itunes or another subscription site) then you can set your Sansa to "MSC" mode which makes it act like a flash drive. Then you can just drag files to the "MUSIC" folder on the sansa.
If this is on an Apple computer things are different - if you are let us know.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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