Originally Posted by EricScott
It's very frustrating. I believe there is software out there like DoubleTwist and TuneBite which are supposed to get around the DRM but haven't gotten either to work yet. DoubleTwist seems like a pretty slick application which is designed to sync w/ your mobile devices. I actually contacted their customer support to request that they build a Bold profile but not sure it will happen / work. TuneBite seems to kind of work but basically it opens up iTunes, plays the video file and re-encodes what is on your screen. So you can't open any other windows or whatever is on the screen will be in the new encoded video. You need to purchase TuneBite to get it to convert to a format that will actually go on the bold which I haven't done yet.
Beware. I tried Doubletwist and found it to be completely worthless. I wasted several hours letting it convert my iTunes protected ACC files to MP3's. Then I had to import them into iTunes, recreate my playlists with the MP3 versions instead of the ACC, and then synced via Blackberry Media Sync.
I thought everything was fine. However, there are glitches/tiny little gaps in the middle of all the songs that I converted using DoubleTwiest. I am mostly pissed that I wasted so much time using this program and equally as pissed that I ever bought Apple DRM crap to begin with.
I don't recommend DoubleTwist and I will personally be going through the manual process of burning to CD and reimporting.