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Itunes support will itunes support this player?

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No unfortunately itunes are not compatible with this device. Its common sense really, Apple is compatible with and only with Apple products and others commonly with Windows/other products.

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I don't think that it will though you may be able to get a hack/mod for it. I'll have a look around and notify you if i find one.

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Link your MP3 player to your computer while the iTunes software is loaded on the computer. By itself, iTunes serves as an audio player for your computer. You can transfer audio files to your MP3 player using a USB cable which comes with most MP3 players. Your computer will prompt you to name your MP3 player, and an icon identifying it will appear down the left margin of iTunes.

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