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Can't sync my digital copy of Order of the Phoenix to my Samsung MP3 Player

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by jediliz, Jul 14, 2008.

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  1. jediliz

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    Before you ask, yes, I did contact WB Digital Copy support several times and they were no help at all.

    I have been trying to sync my mobile version of the free digital copy of Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix to my Samsung MP3 Player for 5 months. The file for some reason, says it can't be synced, but WB Digital copy support says it should be able to. I've got Windows Media Player 11, and the player I have, Samsung T-110, IS a Plays for Sure player.

    It acts like it syncs, but then it gets an error. I'm not sure what to do.

    Media Usage Rights Info:

    You do not have the rights to play this file.
    Collaborative play for this file is not allowed.
    This file can not be burned. (I can understand THIS one)
    This file can not be synchronized (But this is the mobile one and it is supposed to be able to be transferred to portable media devices EXCLUDING the iPod.)
    The Media Usage rights for this file can not be backed up.


    What confuses me is the can't be synced -- but this is the mobile version specifically designed for syncing to a portable media device.


    Sorry if I repeated myself there.
     
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