Howto: Play iTunes Music on Nokia N95


Advanced Multimedia Capabilities of N95

The Nokia N95 is a musical powerhouse, with support for a wide range of file types, including MP3, AAC and even some DRM WMA files. Nokia N95 is one of the most feature-packed smart phones to date. Of its abundant features, Nokia N95 boasts advanced multimedia capabilities.

If you wish to have N95 and want to have all the multimedia capabilities, especially the music features, you may transfer tracks from the music from PC to the N95. Nokia Nseries support a wide range of music formats, including MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, Real, WMA and M4A. The digital player of N95 supports digital audio standards AAC, MP3, WMA.

For Mac users, they always purchase AAC, M4P music from iTunes Music Store. With MAC M4P Converter, you could easily convert M4P music to unprotected MP3 or AAC format. Then transfer those MP3 or AAC files to Nokia N95 to playback.




Create MP3 copies of copy-protected audio files on Mac

Tired of being limited by DRM protection of purchased music?

MAC M4P Converter will help you! It is designed to convert any copy protected music files (such as M4P, M4A, WMA, M4B) and unprotected music files (such as WAV, MP3, WMA) to unprotected MP3 or AAC files.

convert M4P to MP3 | convert M4B to MP3 | convert M4A to MP3

It automatically converts the music you have purchased online to unprotected MP3 files, while you burning these music to the virtual CD-RW drive on iTunes. Then You can easily get unprotected MP3 or AAC files from the folder you specified on settings of MacM4PConverter.

Some other things about Nokia N95

Ever since the Nokia N95 first debuted back in September 2006 in the United States, it's been one of the most anticipated smart phones. N95 does not work on the United States' 3G network for high-speed Web browsing and data transfer.

Nokia launched its own online music service in November, 2007. Unfortunately this is currently only available to Nokia users in the UK, though it's expected very much by American people. Nokia did not say when its online music store would be available to the U.S. customers.