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    I have purchased over a hundred songs on the Sprint media center and they were delivered in the ".koz" format. I have found in my research that these files are quite similar to ".aac" files, but I am not sure of this. My concern is that when I purchased a new EVO phone from HTC, this phone would not even recognize, never mind play these files. I was told that Winamp could translate these files to MP3 so I can recover my music, but have been very frustrated in my efforts to convert these files. I have searched the internet for some help ith this, but to no avail.

    Can someone help me with this situaton? I sure would appreciate help with this. Thanks in advance.

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      I found this in a google search:
      XML (Extensible Markup Language) files are a standard way of storing and transferring data between programs and over the Internet. It is a basic text document format and can be edited on most basic text editing programs. To transfer and edit XML files from the Adobe Photoshop Document (PSD) format, download a PSD file ...

      Does that help?
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        Media Codec

        I saw this once before, but I was using my HTC phone at the time, and lost the address afterwards. I will try it now that I am able to get online with my desktop, and let you know how it works. Thanks either way.


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          koz files


          Did you ever figure out how to transfer your music that you purchased from the sprinit music store to your new phone? I am having the same problem