OneMusic + DiGi Unlimited Music + UnDRM = Win

Hey guys I know we are using the major telco companies, where they provide music downloading service. Now they release a service, kinda suscription to unlimited music at a cost of RM5 (DiGi) and RM8 (Maxis) which is quite affordable and offer you unlimited music downloads from their library.

But then, if you stop paying for the service you can no longer access to their library. What’s more the DRM (Digital Right Management) in your computer will expire and you can no longer play the tracks you downloaded.

To overcome this, we are about to go illegal. We are going to remove the DRM so the music can be used anywhere, otherwise you will find DRM is a big nuisance.


First you downloaded the music from the provider’s site. Open it with Windows Media Player and let it do everything it wants. They may request you for your telco password, just give it, and your computer will obtain an invisible DRM. Once the DRM is downloaded you will be able to play all the tracks you downloaded.

In normal situations you don’t need to download DRM again for 2nd track you download from the same site, they use the same algorithm, that’s easy. Let’s get to next step.


The next thing we are going to do is SoundTaxi, which makes UnDRM process pretty simple. But it costs.

Thanks to a hacker that revealed the algorithm to decrypt the software, so he made a keygen and put it into the zip file for ease of users like us.

Download it here: (I scanned it, virus-free!)

Once you installed SoundTaxi, boot it up, copy the system ID into the keygen.exe and you will obtain license key and activation code for you.

Drag the WMA into SoundTaxi and you will get a DRM-free MP3!

Author: Anonoz Chong

Web Developer in Kuala Lumpur. Computer Science student in MMU Cyberjaya. President of IT Society MMU Cyberjaya. Rubyist.