Rhapsody and iTunes

@Pigglies (9336)
United States
January 14, 2007 1:01am CST
This question is for people who use Rhapsody and iTunes. Can Rhapsody convert iTunes files to mp3s that can be used by any mp3 player? The problem I am having is, I download files from iTunes, but iTunes does not recognize my mp3 player. When I find the files I BOUGHT on my computer elsewhere, they are protected and cannot be copied to my mp3 player. I must then burn and waste a CD, rip the CD to get the mp3 files, and then put them on my mp3 player. A lot of work, making it easier to just buy the CD instead. This is ridiculous, if I bought and paid for music, I should be able to put it on my player. Will Rhapsody let me use my iTunes music on my SanDisk Sansa mp3 player?
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@fayzah (253)
• United States
15 Jan 07
You should be able to save them in realplayer which is easier, try that one its a free download.
@Pigglies (9336)
• United States
15 Jan 07
I have RealPlayer. You can't open iTunes songs in it as far as I have found. They do not open in any program other than iTunes. It seems like the Sansa does not organize it's songs in folders either. Disappointing. The old Creative Zen did not either. The new ones do. I will try to return this player and buy a Zen.