Can windows mobile media player handle subscription music?
your phone was just defective.
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It can't handle the temp license that the media carries.
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YPcma Smartphone Neophyte
Joined: 06 Sep 2006
Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2006 9:31 am Post subject: subscription music, wm 10 mobile, and melt downs
So what could be sweeter than consistently being able to put 2 gigs of fresh music on your phone that is always with you? That's what I thought when I was using my free trial of URGE (the rhapsody rip off by microsoft). It was really cool until I recently had a melt down on my 2125. Problems started when I downloaded protected media (from URGE the new program that comes with windows media player). I have a 2 gig mini sd card in my phone so I downloaded a bunch of stuff then a few days later the files corrupted and I had to clean off the card. After that happened a few times my phone totally went crazy on me and began searching for signal when it already had full bars! So I couldn't send or receive calls. So I called Cingular and they sent me a new phone.
So freak occurrence or is the phone just not capable of what I want it to do? What do you guys think?
I'm guessing it's a freak event, but I can't say for sure. I don't recall anyone else reporting such an issue. I don't use any of the subscription services so I can't really say.
"I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein
see thats what I am scared of. I want to try putting on new music from URGE, but I havent heard one way or the other if anyone knows for sure. I dont really want to go through the hassle of replacing another phone. So for now I am just using media that I own with regular rights. Has anyone else ever tried putting subscription music on their phone?
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