📌 A .COPY data container suits for storing an opening up encrypted audio content that formerly originated from a Sony Ericsson mobile phone. Accurately, the .COPY file composition maintains a song or other audio that has been protected with the involvement of Sony Ericsson’s DRM protection technology. Primarily, the DRM rights allow various publishers who provide electronic media-content to users to restrict how precisely the outcome users may use those resources. For instance, publishers often apply DRM mechanics to prevent users from sharing copyrighted material with others. Basically, Sony Ericsson mobile devices apply a proprietary DRM technology to restrict the outcome users’ ability to effortlessly open, share and exchange copyrighted audio samples and tracks with others. Audio files secured with this system are normally saved as .COPY extension entities. In the earlier period of time, Sony Ericsson DRM Packager could be applied to convert an unsecured audio file into a .COPY data object. Nevertheless, currently the following project is closed and not available for usage and download.
📌 There are no known programs capab;e of opening, uncovering and extracting the .COPY file contents. Instead, if you possess a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, you can make an attempt to extract and visualize the .COPY file structure with the interaction of internal phone firmware.