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Not unless you have the device they are permitted on; even then you might be legally bound by user agreements not to go copying the stuff. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OMA_DRMhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenMG_Audio
Generally having the device keys (phone software flash and SIMcard, plus the schema under which the files are playable) is going to help any effort to actually defeat or convert DRMs; but there might also be simpler ways of accomplishing your goals if you can just buy the same stuff as .mp3 with an easygoing license for $4 all told (or somewhat more, directly via iTunes; or you could get into live music).
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