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How do I put my ITunes music onto my Kindle fire?

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Initial post: Dec 25, 2012 7:51:51 AM PST
S. Green says:
I just got a new Kindle fire and I want my music on it but all of my music was downloaded through ITunes and I don't want to buy the songs over again. From my understanding you can use the cloud feature, can someone please explain this to me?

Posted on Dec 25, 2012 8:34:34 AM PST
R. D. Clark says:
You can drag files directly from your iTunes Library folder to your USB-connected Fire's mUsic folder. They will play as long as the files are not DRM-protected (iTunes-purchased music from 2009 and earlier may be encrypted and won't play on non-Apple devices). The Fire can play the .m4a or .mp3 format of unprotected iTunes files.

You can use the Amazon Cloud by oing to the Cloud pLayer page, downloading the Uploader tool, starting a Cloud Player account (free or paid, depending on how many songs you want to upload) and then uploading the songs. You will then be able to upload your library and access it with Cloud Player apps on your Fire, on iOS devices, on Roky boxes, etc.

PS - it was not necessary to post this question twice.
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