07-13-2009 02:48 AM
07-13-2009 02:57 AM
Hi and welcome to the forums!
What is the file type it tried to save it as?
Are your music file DRM protected?
Does this happen with other media, like a picture?
Review this article: transfer files between a media card and a Macintosh
07-13-2009 03:28 AM
To answer your questions in order,
I don't know what that means
I tried it with a video file, it read it as a .m4v file type, and it stayed on the card, but when i played it, it said it was ubreadable
i looked at the article, and i already did that stuff, but thanks
07-13-2009 03:50 AM
If you are transferring iTunes or DRM protected files that didn't come from your carrier it won't work.
There are programs that can remove the DRM protection, use the search box to find them
Here is information on DRM.
"Digital rights management (DRM) is a technology used by content and copyright owners to control access to digital media or hardware or restrict the use of media files for specific devices or circumstances."
On the video file I show support for a .m4a on the Storm.