Tuesday, March 30, 2010

How to convert iTunes M4P to MP3 for Zune PSP BlackBerry and Android phone

How to convert iTunes M4P to MP3 for PSP Zune BlackBerry and Android phone

When you purchase music from iTunes Store, you actually get DRM protected content (in protected AAC or M4P format), which you will not be able to play on MP3/MP4 players and other non-Apple mobile players. You cannot directly transfer the M4P files to Zune, PSP, BlackBerry and Android phone, either. In such case, the option is to burn those tracks to an audio CD and then rip them once again to your computer hard drive wherein the DRM will be removed and you will get the tracks in (DRM free) MP3 format. After this you will be able to transfer them to Zune, PSP, BlackBerry and Android phone.

In case you have purchased a great amount of music from iTunes Store, you can go ahead and use Wondershare M4P to MP3 Converter which easily lets you remove the DRM element without hav

ing to waste actual CD's or CD-ROM, with the music ID3 tags info well preserved. Below is the detailed steps:

Step 1. Create a new playlist in iTunes and add the M4P songs to the playlist.

Step 2. Download and install Wondershare M4P to MP3 Converter. Run it. In the main interface, click the "Settings" button. In the pop up window, you can choose the output file name, output format (choose MP3 here), etc for the output files

Step 3. And then click the start button, and the files are on processing.. After a while, the files are DRM-ripped and converted to mp3 format.now You can view your converted files by press the browse button

Step 4: Connect your Zune PSP or Blackberry to computer via USB cable and then drag and drop the converted files into the right folder of the Memory card. Now you can play iTunes music on your Zune PSP or Blackberry with freedom. you also could use iTunes or Windows media player to import the converted music

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