Bit more details would make it interesting.
They've only just retrieved the thing! Modern equipment is good, but we can't just wave a magic wand/tricorder over some dead mice and get a diagnosis yet.
If you're talkimg about regular Google Play music downloads, rather than the newly launched streaming service, those are DRM-free.
The big problem with 'magic' video enhancers is that mathematically, CODECs are already very, very good at identifying easy to optimise bits of video, so anything your algorithm does is either totally redundant, or just makes things harder to compress (and thus lower quality at the same bitrate, or the same quality requiring a higher bitrate). Identifying what looks good to the human eye, however, is something much harder to do algorithmically. x.264's psy-optimisation was worked out more through iterative trial-and-error than any sort of mathematical system (hence why encoding to optimal PSNR or SSIM is pretty stupid if a human is going to be watching the end-video).
Do you have any examples of your 'algorithm' that show it to be something other than run-of-the-mill?
The big barrier is that it doesn't scale down well at all: you can't built a small vehicle that you can actually use for launching anything, you have to stump up the cash to build the full thing if you want any sort of return on investment.