11.24.15 @mtroads1 Your plan won't change. Nothing to worry about.
11.24.15 @Briankmcneal Can you DM us a couple of examples, and we'll look into it?
11.24.15 @FEEDtheMUSIC We'll be able to share more in the near future. It includes both cloud support and mobile platforms.
A. As always with any new update to software or an operating system, there is a potential for issues to arise. This can typically be due to established settings being disabled when a major update has occurred. Here are the issues we\'ve seen thus far: 1- Download Manager does not open upon initiating a download, and it appears nothing else happens. 2- An .emx… more »
A. We\'re happy to announce that we now have a new build of the eMusic Download Manger: Version 6.0.5. If you haven\'t already, you\'ll be prompted to update to this latest version, which addresses some of the more common issues that have been reported: 1. Improved EMX file association and handling for browsers without plugin support (like Google Chrome) 2. Support for iTunes 12… more »
A. Starting in September 2015, Google Chrome stopped supporting plugins. Our site and software did rely on plugins, however the last update to the eMusic Download Manager handles this change. However, if you had a previous issue with downloading on Chrome, and we instructed you to enable the NPAPI plugin to resolve it, that is no longer going to be available on… more »
A. If you are a Windows user and tend to use the default internet browser on your computer (Internet Explorer), please note that while eMusic does work on Internet Explorer, we find that it can also have the most issues in general, so if you are having trouble using Internet Explorer, we will suggest you use a browser like FireFox or… more »
A. If you are experiencing recent issues with downloading where the eMusic Download Manager does not start or function when you click to purchase a track or album, then you may need to see if you\'ve got the Download Manager plugin enabled on your internet browser. You actually should see a message displayed just under your browser\'s toolbar when you first attempt… more »
A. There are two things you\'ll want to know if you are using Internet Explorer as your browser: 1-If you are still on version 7 of Internet Explorer, we are no longer supporting that version. You will need to update to Internet Explorer 8 or 9. 2-If you are using 64-bit Internet Explorer, this is not fully compatible with the Download Manager. You… more »
A. It appears that your browser is not storing or recognizing the cookie to detect that you already have the eMusic Download Manager. Please go to this page to set a cookie so that your browser detects the eMusic Download Manager. http://www.emusic.com/dlm/install/ You should no longer be asked to upgrade or install after clicking Continue to Album Page however, you may want to… more »
A. Our new á la carte store is designed for people who might not be ready for membership. At this time, it’s a separate feature that cannot be mixed with membership. Keep in mind though that as a member you continue to save 25-50% off retail prices. And, if you run out of membership credit before your refresh date, you can… more »
A. We\'ve had some Windows 8 users reporting trouble either installing the Download Manager, or downloading music from our site. If you are one of these users, it is possible that you may be using the “mobile” platform to open a browser window and are trying to either install the download manager, or download tracks while in that \"mobile\" platform (see image… more »
A. If you are seeing an \"unknown publisher\" message, you are most likely on version 10.8 (Mountain Lion). This version is pre-set to allow only applications that are coming directly from the app store. Unfortunately, since our eMusic Download manager is not coming from the app store, this message let\'s you know that the application (our eMusic Download Manager) cannot be installed… more »