Answered By: Charles Dunham Last Updated: Nov 16, 2016 Views: 931
First, note that some WMA audiobooks will not work with Apple devices. When looking at the book on Library2Go, scroll down to where it says "Digital Rights Information" and click on it. The example below shows a compatable WMA audiobook.
Second, because WMA is a protected format designed to work with Windows, you can only transfer them to an iPod using a Windows computer with Overdrive Media Console and iTunes. The following instructions should help. Please give us a call (541 766-6793) or respond here if we can be of further assistance.
If you are running into errors or other problems transferring, there is a known compatability issue between iTunes 10 and OverDrive Media Console. Click on this answer to find out some tips and trcks for fixing these issues.