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Ipod to sandisk

So all of my music is formated in mp3 for an ipod.. but i don't know how to change the format of the music so i can put it on the sandisk in mp4 format. .. the computer keeps saying that the files are not supported...please please help :)

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Re: ipod to sandisk

Did you purchased those songs from itunes? you got to make sure the songs you are trying to transfer doenst have any DRM licence in it...I believe your device comes with a software that hekps you convert mp3 to mp4...what kind of device do you have?

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