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Cannot transfer music from my computer to my thumps

How do you transfer music.i have read the manual, but i must be missing something.

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Re: cannot transfer music from my computer to my thumps

Drag and drop mp3 file into new drive letter created when you plugged in your Thump.

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Try to chance the battery and see if it helps or read this site :

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  • Make sure there are song files stored on THUMP. Connect THUMP to your computer and open the folder that shows the contents of the THUMP memory
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Sansa Fuze user manual in pdf format:

There are 2 ways the Fuze can be connected to a computer to transfer
music: MTP mode or MSC mode, read page 16 (=13) of the manual.
The player can be set to automatic detection of the connection mode
or can be set to either one of the available connections.

MTP mode is used for transfers using software like Sansa Media Manager or Windows Media Player 11.

MSC mode is used for transfers using the "drag and drop" method in the computer's explorer.

Need more help ? Just post a comment.

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