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Want connect to computer


Hi if you want connect mp3 player to pc you need data cable for your device which is used for sending data ( music) from pc to mp3 player.

Apr 09, 2014 | GPX KV7810::MW252S-4GB MP3/WMA Digital...

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It can't show on my laptop and I can't see the mp3


i dont know how to reset it but i know how to format which is going to erase all your data but if u want to try do this:
1.-click on my computer
2.-look for the drive location of your mp3 player
3.-right click on it and select format
when the new window appears just click start
and thats it

Mar 18, 2010 | GPX MW-3847 MP3 Player

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1GB GPX mp3 wont turn on or connect to comp


Connect your IGB GPX mp3 to a computer and scan it. Definately it works

Mar 09, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I can't remove any of the data from my GPX ML638B


Deleting Files, Pictures, or Data from MP3 Player

Hook up your mp3 player to your computer
Go to your desktop and double left click on "My Computer"
When it opens you will see listing that says "Devices with Removal Storage" your mp3 player should be listed there.
Right click on your mp3 player, and a window will open, right click on "Open" and now your files/songs should be visible.
Hold the left click down and drag it across all the files/songs that you do not want this will highlight the files/songs you do not want, release, right click and then click on "Delete"
Now you mp3 player should be clear of the files/songs you do not want.
Good Luck,
I hope this helps

Nov 24, 2009 | GPX Audio Players & Recorders

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What is a GPX?


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What is GPX? GPX (the GPS eXchange Format) is a data format for exchanging GPS data between programs, and for sharing GPS data with other users. Unlike other data files, which can only be understood by the programs that created them, GPX files actually contain a description of what's inside them, allowing anyone to create a program that can read the data within.
How can GPX help me? GPX lets you exchange data with other GPS users, who might not be using the same software as you. Imagine the following scenario:
You're leaving for vacation tomorrow, and you wonder if anyone has some waypoint data for the tropical paridise you'll be visiting. You do a quick search on the web, and find a data file created by a GPS user who just returned from vacation!
You've found some GPS data you can use on your vacation! Perfect! Or is it?
Without GPX You download the file, Vacation.txt from the vacation webpage, and try to open it with your GPS software. It crashes. Even though your GPS software reads and writes text files, this one is a bit different. You try making some changes by hand, but it's taking too long, and you're afraid you'll make mistakes. You do a quick web search to find a solution, but no converter exists. You end up printing out the text file and entering some of the waypoints into your GPS by hand. On the second day of your vacation, you realize that all the waypoints are off by a quarter mile. It turns out the website owner had his GPS set to a different datum, and you forgot to change your GPS before entering the data by hand.
With GPX You download the file, Vacation.gpx from the vacation webpage, and open it with your GPS software. You're surprised that it opens and transfers successfully to your GPS, since the file was created by a Lowrance GPS user on a Macintosh computer using a program you've never heard of. But since your GPS software supports GPX as well, you now have a complete, accurate set of waypoints for your vacation.
Feeling lucky, you wonder if there's a way to get the waypoints into your new street mapping software, so you can plan a route from the hotel. Your street mapping software doesn't support GPX, but maybe there's a converter available? A quick search on the web turns up another webpage! You wonder how much it's going to cost to buy a program just to do the conversion, but it turns out you don't even have to install new software - the webpage uses a FREE online form to convert your GPX file. You click the Submit button on the form, and your web browser launches your street mapping software with the converted data.
The next day, lying on the beach, you think about how easy it is for GPS programs to exchange data using GPX. While sipping a cool drink, you remember that anyone can write their own GPX converter to transform GPS data into a spreadsheet, a personal webpage, or a data file for their favorite program. And you think to yourself, "GPX really is a better way to exchange GPS data."
What are the benefits of GPX? Here are some of the benefits that GPX provides:
  • GPX allows you to exchange data with a growing list of programs for Windows, MacOS, Linux, Palm, and PocketPC.
  • GPX can be transformed into other file formats using a simple webpage or converter program.
  • GPX is based on the XML standard, so many of the new programs you use (Microsoft Excel, for example) can read GPX files.
  • GPX makes it easy for anyone on the web to develop new features which will instantly work with your favorite programs.
For more information, refer to :-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPS_eXchange_Format

Hope i helped you.

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Oct 02, 2009 | GPX Audio Players & Recorders

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Wont change back to mtp


. On the mp3 player, switch between the Usb and Mtp mode (The M button) on the side of the player.

May 17, 2009 | GPX MW3837 MP3 Player

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Error message


Whenever this happens on a GPX mp3 player it means you have to take it back. The hardrive is either corrupt or the files you might have downloaded on it are not compatible with the player. Try "mp3' and "wma" files and see if it works. I had this same problem so I took mine back for another mp3 player. Hopefully you still have your recipt so you can take yours back. Sorry if this wasant really helpful to you. I hope you can get a refund.

Mar 17, 2009 | GPX MW3836 MP3 Player

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Have music on mp3 player but all it says is gpx


its so pose to say gpx its a gpx player if you but music on the mp3 part you can still get rid of that music by reformatting the player. Do this by right clicking on the folder and choosing format. But make sure you back up any music you have on it so you dont lose it.

Feb 07, 2008 | GPX MW3337G

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