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I just recently purchased the GPX MW140R. I can load .mp3 songs to it and remove them but my problem is that when I'm selecting songs, there are times that it will come to one and get stuck and the only way for me to get out of that stuck mode is to turn it off by removing the battery. Why is it that it gets stuck on certain songs and not others when they are all .mp3 format?
Any help in resolving this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Connect your MP3 player to your computer using your USB cable. Switch your MP3 player to the MTP mode by pressing the power button located on the top of your player. When the USB symbol disappears your MP3 player is in the MTP mode.
Opening your GPX audio player folder by clicking 'Start' on your computer.
Click on 'Start'.
Double Click on the 'GPX MTP Device' icon.
Double Click on 'Removable Storage'. Minimize your 'Removable Storage' window.
Open your 'My Music' folder by again clicking on 'Start' and then click on your 'My Music' folder. Choose an album or individual songs from this folder. With both your 'My Music' and 'GPX MTP Device Removable Storage' folder open. Drag an album or individual song from your 'My Music' folder into your 'Removable Storage' folder.
The power button (more like a slide) on the bottom right side will turn it on once it's ejected from the computer. Hold the slide in, and let go after a second or two. Give it a few seconds (like 10) and it should power on. I got mine as a gift and am still working through the interface.
Check the voltage and ampere output of the old battery. Make sure that the new battery that you're trying to put in has the same voltage and ampere output.
There's a possibility that some components of your mp3 player requires a specific amount of voltage / ampere out.
However, if you're putting a new battery with the same exact output, then you may need to verify it with the manufacturer. Because, this will be the first time I heard that an electronic device will give an error after replacing the battery.
well with everything a person buys that has built in rechargeble batteries in them you have to charge first before you can really do anything with new products charge first if that does not work take back and exchange cause of defect
You might have to hold the power button down for like 20-25 seconds and if that doesnt work what I would recommend you to go to the sandisk site to update the firmware on your device or you can contact sandisk to they can help you with updating the firmware on your device..Please follow the link below to get the firmware http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376
The number for sandisk is 1-866-726-3475 Please rate accordingly Thank you Computerrep
THE PROPER WAY ON INSTALLING USB DEVICES
1. Do not plug in your device right away. Install all drivers and software first!
3. Plug the power or turn on your USB Device
4. Plug in the USB Port.
5. Windows Will detect the Device Automatically.
Hope this helps.