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NEED HELP!! Downloading From An Music Streaming Application


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#1 blackposse

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Posted 04 February 2018 - 04:47 AM

Hello,

let me try to explain you guys the best way i can.

so there this LOCAL made application for listing music on your smartphones android and ios. 
the application offers to download and listen offline / Streaming songs like soundcloud.. how ever when i check the file using explorer on my android device. i can see the downloaded music. but that music file cannot be played in any other application. i tried to copy the file to my system and play it (used. mediaplayer,vlcmedia player, classic media player). no luck. cannot play the music. the download music file is fine. its in .Mp3 format and has 7Mb in file size.

is there anyway i can download the song i want from this application and plays it other devices?

thanks & regards



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Posted 05 February 2018 - 09:02 AM

The MP3 file is probably encrypted (DRM) to prevent from playing it in other applications. Whats the name of that application?



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Posted 06 February 2018 - 11:39 PM

The MP3 file is probably encrypted (DRM) to prevent from playing it in other applications. Whats the name of that application?

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