) because of the missing support.
- because there isn't any medium outside, that supports you (or me, or us) with tests about mp3-players in studioquality; did you ever see a magazin or an internet site, that comes up with measurement results taken in an studio under repeatable test-procedures ? - i havn't!
<I see so many ipod return with software issues and all of them have files downloaded from peer to peer networks, I always ask.>
all of i-pods software issues have to do
) the sloppy (cheap) programming style used today
) firmwareupdates (which went false in one way or another)
) unofficial updates to rise or lower parameters
<Our tech removes spyware from Kazaa all the time. Why would you want that on your computer in the first place? Even if it doesn't affect your ipod.>
pls realize: the whole web is full of spyware, yes kazaa is crap, but not more or less then any other webside
<And just because they're not executable doesn't mean they can't CARRY them and then transfer them to another computer. And to say that an mp3 player CAN'T carry a virus is just silly. It's like handing a hacker some homework>
hackers are people, like u, like me, they can't do any magic!
yes u are correct u can copy a macro/a virus/a registry script to a mp3-player ... but u can't execute it there, and to put it back to a computer u have to copy it (per hand) to this computer and even there u have to execute it (or u need a program, that does it for you) and since u can't execute a mp3-file - those files are safe as long as there isn't any program around that extracts the info from the file, and executes it
hope i helped u a lil bit