Question about Tascam MP-GT1 MP3 Player
I just purchased this tascam MP-GT1. The computer does not recognize the MP-GT1 so I'm not able to downdown mp3 into the tascam folder or drive.
Firstly check if the mp3 file has solo by playing it else ever , then on the mp3 player in the equaliser or audio settings try the default settings or normal modes. And then try playing it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
I had the same problem. After trying to turn it on many many times over weeks, I gave up. A few months later I tried it again, and same "Device Error" only. Then I decided to just mess around with it. So I held the power button on with my thumbnail while I pushed all the other buttons. I held in the MENU button for at least five seconds. Held in the ENTER button at least 5 seconds.... multiple buttons. These didn't seem to work, I don't think. but then decided to turn on the power button using the edge of my desk while several fingers pushed multiple other buttons.
To my great shock, all of a sudden, the bloody thing turned on like it's supposed to, logged into a Sugar Ray song I was learning awhile back, apparently. Go figure. After that, it turned on correctly twice so far.
So, heheh, I have no idea what the cure was. Just screw around with holding in multiple buttons while the power is on, I guess.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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