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    I just read the article on doubletwist. I downloaded it and tried to get an album that I downloaded from Itunes to work on my pre but it would not. Any ideas. It will play on my ipod but I was hoping this phone would replace my ipod.
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    Upgrade the album to iTunes+ if available, the upgraded tracks won't have DRM on them. OR get doubletwist (Sync, Play & Send to BlackBerry, PSP, iPod, iPhone with doubleTwist).
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    Strip the DRM from your music. I'm not sure if there's a legal method for doing it yet. I'm pretty sure there are tools on the internet to strip it though.
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    Just strip it. The poor mans way is to burn the mp3s to a disc as the full wma file then rip them off and they come backs a drm free. Beats paying apple 30 cents or whatever it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aridon View Post
    Just strip it. The poor mans way is to burn the mp3s to a disc as the full wma file then rip them off and they come backs a drm free. Beats paying apple 30 cents or whatever it is.
    I think DoubleTwist has a way of converting them. It will do about 100 songs in 30 minutes. That beats burning to a cd and then back again.

    You will lose some quality due to the conversion from AAC to MP3, but there really is no other way to strip the DRM and create a lossless file.
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    The problem is that Doubletwist is pretty buggy in my experience. And it loads a TON of garbage onto your computer.
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    On the FAQ of the help menu of doubletwist it states that it cannot convert DRM music. It states that I will have to pay $.30 for each song to Itunes.

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