Origional:You can't. They are copy right protected by the company that owns the rights to that particular artist or song. there is no getting around it, belive me. I used to work for sony music. It is impossible.
Well since I corrected his part I'll put mine in now. I am personally looking for the same thing but have yet to find any answer that helps. I have found the answer that I can not change them from my computer, but if you have the cds for the music you can burn the music onto a computer. You just have to uncheck the box that says something along the lines of: "Protect songs", "Protect Music", "Protected". There should be a check box next to each song.
I have a WD My bookEssential externL Hard drive. I encountered this problem-I reset my ex hard-drive by removing the usb cable-now i CAN PLAY ALL THE CD'S THAT i RIPPED ONTO MY PC'S HARD DRIVE, THEN MOVED THEM ON TO MY EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE.
Try resetting your pc-That might work.
Sorry about all the CAPS. I'm getting used to a new keyboard.
No, you cannot transfer files from your 360 to any other device No, you cannot transfer files from your 360 to any other device
If it's music you uploaded from your computer you have to plug it back in and delete the music files by going to the phone on your computer and deleting the files
You must first connect your PSP to your computer using a USB cable. Once connected, your computer should recognize a new USB device. Open the folder dedicated to the USB device and create a folder for your music. Open the music folder and drag music files from your computer to the music folder on your PSP. Once the files are finished copying, the music files will be available on your PSP.
how to remove copy-protection off a MP3 i have to much music and now i cant remove it its sayin (COPY-PROTECTION PLEASE REMOVE IT)
You can transfer music files to any mp3 player (unless the files are corrupt) but you cant use iTunes to transfer them. Only iPods work with iTunes.
Depends on how you look at it. For playing music and other audio it is an output device. For storing audio and other files, it is both an input and output device.
Well when I need music put onto a device, I search for Torrents that can be converted to mp3 format. then when I have it in mp3 format I can then download it to any device that accepts mp3 files.
You will not be able to remove the protection. It is embeded in the file itself. These protected files come from Windows Media Player, usually when ripping music from a CD. It gives the option to protect the content. What this means, is Microsoft makes a license for that file, once you download that license, you can listen to the music no problem. AND.. that license can only be downloaded ten (10) times total.. by anyone, then the files are garbage. You are better off downloading a new version of that song.
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Yes, Android Phones can play music they are loaded with music players which can play music files for you and still if you don't have any music player over your Android device you can always download them from the stores.
To burn music onto an MP3 player from a computer, attach the device to the computer via the USB cable. Once the computer has detected the MP3 player, go to the file or folder on your computer where the music is stored, then cut and paste, or copy and paste the files. You can select multiple MP3 files at a time by holding down the Ctrl button. Go to My Computer and open the external device folder, then paste the files into it.