Question about Toshiba gigabeat V30T (30 GB) 30 MB MP3 Player (MEV30T)
Unfortunately, unless you own an iPod there's a slim chance that your MP3 player will be able to use songs downloaded from iTunes. iTunes uses its own proprietary digital rights management (DRM) protection, which is designed to protect music and other files downloaded through the iTunes service from being illegally copied. While there may be some software updates for iTunes or firmware updates for your MP3 player available to provide limited cross-compatibility, Apple so far has not yet made its DRM system widely available to other MP3 player manufacturers.
Since this MP3 player operates on a Windows-based platform, your best bet may be to try using the "Media Mall" option located within Windows Media Player. This should be able to provide you with a list of music services that are currently available and compatible with this device.
Remember that you can always contact the manufacturer if you are unsure how to proceed. Generally, the manufacturer of any device may have the most in-depth knowledge on compatible software titles, in addition to any potential work-arounds for common software conflicts.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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