Online music stores create the platform for you to buy and download your favourite songs and albums straight to your smartphone without the need to burn or RIP CDs. Digital Rights Management (DRM) schemes are being applied to music to prevent certain users from pirating, but this actually prevents most users from taking full ownership of the music they purchased. Music buyers because of this can only have their purchased songs on a few devices or burn them to a CD a limited number of times.
Syncios Audio DRM Removal is an innovative audio recorder which enables you to record music playing from any online music store such as Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, etc, and save them as a lossless mp3 file. This app requires root access and works on Android devices running 4.1.2 and later.
In this guide, I’ll guide you on how to remove DRM protection from your music on your Android device. We won’t actually be removing DRM from the music, but recording the protected music in a high quality format.
- Download Syncios Audio DRM Removal to your device and install it by tapping the download complete notification or opening it from your downloads folder. Enable installation from unknown sources if you are prompted to. This setting can can be found under Settings > Security. Tap the icon to launch the app and a floating bar will appear on the screen.
- To remove DRM from third-party music apps like Google Play Music, Spotify, Apple Music, etc, just launch the app and play the song you would like to record
- In your music app, play a song and then tap on the record button to start recording the song which is being played. You can customize the recording options by tapping the settings button.
- Tap the recording button again to stop recording. The app will save your recording without DRM, which means you can copy it to other devices and media. To view your recorded songs, tap Playlist button or your file manager to browse the path to which the recordings were saved as specified in the settings.