How to bypass the Zune's DRM

Posted on Saturday, Nov 25 2006 @ 19:11 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Gizmodo reports some clever folks found a way to bypass Microsoft Zune's DRM:
First, you need to enable hard drive mode using the instructions we posted before. Then, rename whatever files—MP3s, movies, programs—to have the extension ".jpg" in order to fool the Zune into thinking its an image. This hack works because Zune doesn't apply DRM to images!


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