Re: Loaded music under USB mode cant figure out how to...
Hook it up to your coumputer usb goto my computer explore the new devise make sure it says usb on your mp3 player if it says mtp push and hold the play key and it will switch to usb then explore it and you can delete the files you want
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
One way to delete songs (and maybe books) easily is to it through your computer, while the Sansa is tethered;
1) Download the Sansa Clip manual. Here's a link; http://www.sandisk.com/media/327475/CLIP+_UM_0809_ENG+090309.pdf
2) Put your Sansa in MSC (Mass Storage Class) mode. Go to Settings, then USB Mode. Select MSC mode.
3) Tether the Sansa to your computer. It will look like a USB flash drive.
4) Delete or add Music, or Books. You can use Windows Explorer to look through the directories on the Sansa, and delete files directly, as you would on a USB Flash drive.
Special Note on Audio Books-- Get an extra memory card, 4 to 8 Gb should do, and use this as your destination for audio books. If you have a book that will not delete, you can pull the card and re-format it, while leaving your songs intact on the main memory.
If you cannot delete the book through the computer or by menus on the Sansa, you may have to re-format your main memory. Hope that helps!
I'm glad to provide the instructions to delete songs from the Walkman Player. Unfortunately, the player doesn't have the option to delete songs in itself. It is required to connect the player to the Computer to delete the files.
Please follow the steps to delete the files from the Player:
Connect the Player to the Computer using supplied USB cable.
Close if the Windows Media Player is automatically popping up when you connect the player.
Open My Computer from desktop and check if you're able to view the player as a removable drive under My Computer.
Double Click to Open it.
You can locate the music files under the folders in the removable drive.
Select the unwanted files and then press the delete button on the keyboard.
Now, you can transfer the required songs to the Player.
Please let me know if you require any clarifications.
Plug it into any usb port on any computer. The unit should mount as a removable drive in "my computer" delete only the MP3 files, as some of the others may be software for operation of the MP3 player. Rock on!
To delete songs from your device follow the steps below You have to make sure that the device is on MSC mode...then make sure your device is plug in to the computer..Then go to programs - accesories - windows explorer, find the SanDisk in my computer, go to media, music and delete them from there. Either under sync panel in your windows media
player it will show your music when it's connected. just click the plus
signs for what song you need to get rid of, right click and click
To format it..on your device..go under..menu, setting and there should
be a format option option there..let me know if that doenst work for
you... Hope this helps
P.S.Please rate accordingly... Thank You Computerrep
I have an Emerson 2gb MP3 player model EMP 312-2, not sure if this info is for you or not. Make sure you are in the MUSIC MODE, when you use the menu button to go from music mode, voice mode, settings etc. you must push menu button again when the mode you want is hi-lited. I had a similar problem. Files were loaded (my music is on my harddrive already so I just copy to mp3 player) but when I turned player on it said no files. AHA, I finally realized I had somehow got into the voice mode and I did not have any voice files, so it said no files. I then went to Folder Mode and it only said micin.dir and it was empty, THAT WAS BECAUSE I WAS IN VOICE MODE, when I switched to music mode, they were all there. I know this sounds very rudimentary, but I am pretty computer literate and had no idea how I switched to voice mode. Before I figured this out for myself I called Emerson customer service, they said it was bad firmware and send it back. If someone there had walked me through what I just told you it would have saved me a lot of time. Hope this helps.
For those that still use this mp3 player here are some things you need to know.
the gpx mw6815dt can operate as a media player or a usb storage device.
you need to change which state it is in via the System option.
Enter (Sys) from (Mode) go to (Online Device) enter (Mode) select USB Disk or Media Device. When you connect it as a USB Disk you will see all files not shown when connected as a Media Device using windows explorer. Also I suggest you make sure if you format the GPX you stay with the FAT 16 file system.
Note: DRM only works when the gpx is in Media mode.
If you have an SDcard installed you can access it via windows explorer or media player as a usb device only. With media player 11 you can still sync both the internal and sd drive with your library however you won't have drm options since your in usb device mode.
Note: in order to have both usb drives avaiable you need to use the Multi Drive option under (Online Mode) in the (System) menu, other wise you won't see the sdcard.