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Re: delete protected files
That can not be done like that...they are special software created to do this type of job and only most phone techs and mobile service centers would have these type of special software, so find one closest to you and take the phone there to have the issues fix.
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For that you need a software called "P2K Commander V-4.0" and its asociated driver. You also need a skin file.
The skin file for motorola V3i can normally be obtained in a .zip file format.
This zip file have one .ski file and normally have 14 .dat file.
You have to copied all the .dat files and one .ski file in the mobile's skin folder for one skin.
Remembered , your old moto skin folder should not be deleted at any cost. 'cause the new skin can use your old skin file....
First unzip the zip file. If you need unzipping software, use www.7-zip.org. Extract all the files inside to your Desktop for easy locating. Be careful of unzipping a zip file. If you do not totally trust the source, zip files can have nasty viruses and malware on them. People sometimes load these onto P2P file sharing networks - maybe to discourage people from sharing. People do it anyway, just know the risks.
For the next steps, I need to know whether you are using a SD card or a USB cable to get the data into your phone.
Assuming it is an SD card, you need to have a SD card reader for your computer to transfer the files into it.
If it is a USB cable connection, you need a media managing software such as Motorola Phone Tools to do the transfer.
You could also do it with a mobile web service, if you have that service from your carrier. You'd need to upload the unzipped file(s) to a wap server, but there are many that are free.
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.
Hi - YES you can - we need to actually modify the SEEMS to Turn on the option - you can do it yourself, but you risk changing the wrong file or corrupting the phone.
We at http://horizonwirelessonline.com can do it for you no problem - $25 + shipping - for $10 more we can also make your speaker louder, and do a few cool mods to the phone.