Question about iRiver H320 MP3 Player
This message pops up when my H320 boots. Any idea how I can get that file back so the amchine can find it?
Holy bring a question back from the dead 8 years later on a 2005 device of mine. Going through my junk closet I found my old iRiver H320. It's a US model but I had the 1.29 Korean firmware on it with Rockbox loaded on it too. Wanted to start clean and fresh so I reformatted and went back to 1.04 US firmware. Now every time I boot I get the Can't Found DRM Key too and I don't even have any music files on it. I wonder if going from 1.29K firmware to 1.04US firmware has something to do with it or if Rockbox did somethign with the bootloader.
Just did some googling and found this on Rockbox site >> "If your player has a US firmware, then by installing Rockbox you will permanently lose the ability to playback files with DRM." I think just installing international firmware also will remove the DRM feature.
Upgraded again from 1.04US to 1.29K and i don't get the Can't Found DRM Key anymore. Only advantage to the upgrade is being able to watch video files. But this is 2016 now, no one will watch video on a 2" screen on an 11 year old MP3 player. But glad I figured it out.
Posted on Jul 12, 2016
The DRM key is specific to the songs that you have downloaded, not the mp3 player itself. Most music services give you files in what is called WMA format. WMA files have DRM-encryption on them usually (unless they were burned from a CD or removed). To get the DRM key back, you have to either renew your music service subscription, or upgrade your music service subscription (in some limited cases, the music services only let you listen to the songs for 30 days, and then they require you to pay for that individual song to continue using it).
Convert the songs to Mp3 format, and you will never get that message agin.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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