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Mark Bridges

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  1. Yeah, it's unfortunate. I'd hoped we'd on moved from this DRM sh...tuff. My guess is the music companies required copy protection before they would allow Amazon to include their music on Prime. That's odd. I haven't yet used Bluetooth in my car since I got Prime Music, but my portable Bluetooth speaker (http://www.amazon.com/Basics-UG-SNDBRCKBLK-Soundbrick-Portable-Bluetooth/dp/B00BC36BW0 ) works perfectly with both Amazon Prime Music app and Poweramp.
  2. Yes. Someone, (I've forgotten who-maybe andrewilley) sent me an email reply which confirmed what I thought. Amazon Prime Music files are copy-protected DRM files which can only be played through the Amazon Prime Music app.
  3. I sent you one of the files. Thanks for looking into this.
  4. As you may know, Amazon now offers free music to Amazon Prime members. I can download the files to my Galaxy S3 through the Amazon Music app, however I can't get the files to play using Poweramp. The files are oddly named, don't appear to have normal tags, and have a .m4a extension. I've selected the downloaded file location (Android/data/com.amazon.mp3/files/Music) in Poweramp's settings and rescanned, however Poweramp doesn't see the files and won't play them. I've tried moving the files to the SD card Music folder and even renaming them, but they still won't play in Poweramp. The files play fine within Amazon's Music app, but I'd rather use Poweramp. Any suggestions?
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