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  1. Not sure what kind of iTunes music files you have collected. As far as I know, if they are downloaded from iTunes Apple Music Store, they could probably be protected with DRM. That's to say, in this case, you won't be able to sync your iTunes music to Poweramp Android as DRM-ed iTunes music files can only be supported and played by Apple's devices. In this way, you must use some special tools like TunesKit Apple Music Converter, Aimersoft, Requiem, etc. to get rid of the DRM from Apple Music for good.
  2. As far as I know, if your iTunes music were purchased before 2009, then those songs are protected by DRM. Unless you use some third-party software like [Link removed] to unlock the DRM, you can't directly sync those iTunes music to Poweramp. But currently all iTunes music are free of DRM protection. You don't need to remove DRM but only convert those M4P file format to more commonly MP3 or others. BTW, TunesKit also works with it by converting the common iTunes songs to MP3 and other formats.
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