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Fedora recognized the device, but music files not shown

Under normal circumstances, when you open up the music player, there is another drive that you open, which then shows the folders named playlist, songs, etc. In this case, however, the only thing that is shown are two files named "AUDIBLE" and "CONFIG", and a couple xml documents containing some kind of hash. Is there some sort of driver I need to download in order to view the files?

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    my computer recognizes the player but i cant find the file to put music on it

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Switch the player to File & Folder in the menu settings:
MENU - Settings - USB - File & Folder

This shoulds like it's in MTP mode which is for DRM content and sync with a media manager program.

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