1 Reply Latest reply: Jun 15, 2008 4:18 PM by Meg St._Clair
Rabbitt Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
*Samsung Soul* sold as iTunes compatable.
Most iTunes music files are an invalid format (M4p), won,t play.
How do I make my "iTunes compatable" phone an authorised user of *my music*.
I know iTunes downlaoded files are protected and you have to autorise other computers. How do I do this for my phone?
Customer suggestion; Samsung and iTunes talk to each other to make this easier.

Dell Dimension 5000, Windows 2000
  • Meg St._Clair Level 8 Level 8 (46,700 points)
    Rabbitt wrote:
    *Samsung Soul* sold as iTunes compatable.


    According to whom? Apple? It it was anyone else, you should, perhaps, take it up with that entity.

    Most iTunes music files are an invalid format (M4p), won,t play.
    How do I make my "iTunes compatable" phone an authorised user of *my music*.
    I know iTunes downlaoded files are protected and you have to autorise other computers. How do I do this for my phone?


    You can't. Protected tracks purchased from the iTunes Store can be played on iPods, iPhones, Apple TVs, authorized computers and a very small line of iTunes enabled Motorola phones (in fact, I don't know if they even still make them).

    Customer suggestion; Samsung and iTunes talk to each other to make this easier.


    See above. Who told you that the phone would be compatible with protected iTunes tracks? Are you sure it didn't say they were compatible with unprotected .aac tracks?

    Best of luck.