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Old 11-09-2011, 01:17 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Psyke View Post
Overdrive is a different story; The book I had downloaded was MP3 it would seem. I tried to download a WMA file and it downloaded fine, but when Overdrive went to open it, there's a very brief message page that says this version of Overdrive does not support WMA files, or something along the lines. So it's not really a problem with VOX or Android, but Overdrive itself... I'll adjust my original post to reflect it.
This is really my biggest disappointment about the Vox! I've never been able to play those damned DRMed WMA files on anything but my PC - and that's so inconvenient for an audiobook! I was really hoping I'd FINALLY have an all-in-one borrowing device...
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