Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I recently bought some WMA songs. They play fine on my computer and I was able to download them to the player but when I try to play them it reads synchronize to continue your music subscription. As far as I could tell when I did the sync I thought the WMA's read that they were already synchronized. Is there anything I can do, or do WMA's not play on this model?
The sansa e250 will play wma files, as per Sandisk.
The problem is you bought them from a download service so there DRM protected.
The easiest way I found to remove them is to use tunebite .
Cost is about $30 or you can find it on P2P sites or newgroups.
The down side is it takes about 14 hours to convert 5 gigs worth of music. But you can then play it on anything.
TIP: convert the files to mp3 not wma so they can be used on practically any player
@szwaan wma stands for "windows media audio"
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Im guessing you mean Windows Media Application, I'm pretty sure these are not protected and you should be able to put them on your mp3 player.
Did you try converting them ?
Where did you buy these songs ?
Well, good luck.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
SOURCE: Synchronize MP3
In order to play your song you will need to try to transfer one track to that device...once you do that all the songs should acquire new licenses...you need to transfer tracks to your device once a month in order to play the songs...you should be able to play your purchased tracks....if not you might need to format the device inside WMP....then you need to check the licenses on your purchased tracks to make sure they dont have any restrictions...if you have any questions...email@example.com
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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