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I'm trying to get my itunes songs onto my verizon wireless vcast, but it won't put certian songs on.

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There may be an encryption which acts as a filtering process to prevent the transfer of songs onto your cellular phone. Some providers will not allow files that are encrypted and protected to be downloaded onto device. This is the only reason that I can think of that would prevent this. The only resolution is to contact itunes support (becasue they are a third party) to see if there is a workaround solution for this.

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