Question about Sirius Stiletto 2 Satellite Radio Receiver
If you purchased the music through the Itunes store it has what is called DRM (Digital Rights Management) and unfortnately cannot be exported. However if you added music to your Itunes from CD's that you owned or borrowed, etc then yes you can. The first process you have to do is get an MP4/AAC to MP3 converter to go straight from Itunes to SD card. Free ones can be downloaded from www.cnet.com downloads. The other option if you have a laptop or desktop with a cd burner is to go into Itunes and have it BURN CD... look in Apple Help for exact instructions. This will make an MP3 readable CD. You can then copy and paste the MP3 files from your CD to your SD card and the Stiletto can play MP3 encoded files. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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