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    Default Music player that will handle DMR

    I'm only a few short hours from my first Android device (yay EVO!). Forgive me if this has already been addresses ad nauseam. Is there a good music player for Android phones that will handle DMR content (specifically songs purchased on iTunes)?

    Thanks.
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    it's DRM actually (digital rights management), I think there's a few apps that are supposed to be able to do that, but you can also just burn them to a CD-R/W disc and reimport them too. Some newer iTunes purchases are also DRM-free too.
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    Best bet is to strip the DRM. You can upgrade most songs in iTunes, use the burned CD approach, etc. None of my iTunes music has DRM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by takeshi View Post
    Best bet is to strip the DRM. You can upgrade most songs in iTunes, use the burned CD approach, etc. None of my iTunes music has DRM.
    Ditto on this.

    If you've still got the old DRM 128kbps files from iTunes, it's worth it to upgrade to the non-DRM 256kbps files.
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    oh yeah I forgot that option - some (or all?) songs can be upgraded directly from the iTunes store, stripping the DRM on it.

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