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I have the same problem that i cannot open the files of my ipod

When i plug in my ipod in usb port i just see a dialog box of mtp media files-having two options ie.transfer files using windows media player and the second is take no action... Please tell me how to open my files of ipod in computer.. My ipod -Sony NWZ-B133F

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Try using itunes

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Remove password ipod


Depending on the model of your ipod it will differ

iPod Classic password
This works on an iPod 5 th gen
Click start control panel scroll to folder options tick in the box to show hidden files and holders

connect your Ipod to your computer
Click start click click on you Ipod to open
then go Ipod controls device there should be a folder saying locked

Right click select rename to open or delete the folder your Ipod should now be open
ipod touch password

Launch the iTunes program on your computer and click "Help" on the main menu.
Scroll down and click "Check for updates."
Close iTunes.
Connect your iPod to the computer using the supplied USB cable.
Launch iTunes, which will display your iPod on the left panel.
Right-click your iPod in the iTunes program and click "Eject."
Close iTunes and detach your player from the computer to unlock it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uT8Utk5Tqg
ipod iphone ipad password reset
Unlock an iPod Model A1199
Although the second generation iPod Nano (also known as 2G) uses a four-digit pass code that prevents unauthorized access to your iPod by locking the screen, you can also unlock the device by plugging it into your computer's USB 2.0 port.
When the 2G iPod Nano is connected to the computer it is synchronized, and automatically unlocks the screen according to the official Apple site.
In order to successfully unlock the Nano it must be plugged into the primary computer used for synchronizing content.

Click "Start," "All Programs" and "iTunes" on your PC's desktop, or click "iTunes" on the Macintosh's desktop dock.
Plug the iPod Nano's cable into the docking port on the iPod Nano.
Plug the other end into the USB port on the computer to open iTunes.
Click "Controls" at the top of the iTunes' menu, and select "Eject iPod."
The iPod Nano's screen will be unlocked once it is ejected from your computer.

Jul 25, 2013 | Apple iPod Audio Players & Recorders

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How to connect an iPod to a computer connection


<p>The iPod is one of the world's most popular MP3 players because of its ease of use. You can simply drag and drop video and audio files from your computer to the device to your collection on-the-go media to expand. The process of establishing this connection with your computer is easy, and maker of the iPod, Apple only requires that the freedom of the media management program, iTunes downloads to begin adding audio and video on your iPod. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Identify your hardware. If you use a computer with a USB 2.0 port, then you have it easier because all you have to do is plug in your hardware. If you are using an older computer (usually with an operating system to Windows 2000), then you have a USB 2.0 port, in which case you should consider using a FireWire or USB 1.1. If you do not have FireWire or USB 1.1, you need a card or adapter. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Identify your iPod. Fifth-generation iPods or later can be connected using standard FireWire adapter cable option, but otherwise requires USB 2.0 ports. You can also use standard iPod USB 1.1 ports, but it requires an adapter. The Nano and Shuffle models can only connect via USB ports. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Connect the iPod cable that you use on your iPod. The larger end of the cable should fit in the bottom of your iPod, whether it is a standard FireWire cable or dock to the USB 2.0 connection. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Connect the other end of the cable to the designated location. For USB users, this will be a USB port on your computer. If you use FireWire, and connect it to four or six-pin FireWire is not. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Download and install iTunes if you do not have the software. It is a free program your iPod. If you had installed before establishing the connection, it will open and audio / visual files or on their own. After transferring to your iPod files to load or eject. <br />

on Aug 09, 2011 | Apple iPod touch

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My sandisk says,"not enough space


"You need to format your device, the best recommendation is to place it into MSC mode. This is the Sansa's mass storage mode and it allows the device to be treated as a drive. Go to the settings menu and find USB Mode. There are two choices, MSC and MTP. Choose MSC. MTP is for music transfer using a media player software like Windows Media Player. If you don't have a way to set MSC mode with a menu on the device, engage the 'hold' switch, and while holding down the left or right button (others report also using the center button), plug the device into the USB connector. Make sure the USB is already plugged into the computer. You shouldn't need to do this with a standard e250; the menu should work. After you have connected the device in MSC mode, right click My Computer and choose Manage from the menu. Find Disk Management and select it. The disks should be numbered, starting with 0 for the C: drive. You should see a drive that says SANSA E250, or something similar. Write down the type of file system if it is shown. Most e250's says FAT32. Some are FAT, but check to be sure. There will be two partitions on the disk. The larger of the two is for your music files. The smaller is for when the device goes into "hibernation" - it's so you'll be back to the exact same song when it powers back on. Right click the larger partition and choose Format from the menu. You will see the format dialog. Set the volume label to SANSA E250 (I believe that's your device type), set the file system to what you wrote down earlier (do NOT choose NTFS!) and leave the Allocation unit size at "Default." Do not check either of the two check boxes. Click on OK. Keep an eye on the partition in Disk Management and you will see the percent complete. When it's done, look in the System Tray (by the date and time). You should see an icon for safely removing hardware. Double-click it to bring up the safely remove hardware dialog. Click on the USB drive representing your Sansa device and click Stop. Another dialog will come up and you'll have to do this again. Close the dialog when the device has stopped. The device will restart and initialize the music database. You're done! Now change to MTP mode and sync the device and add your songs back in. Whenever you are in MSC mode, ALWAYS stop the device as I described in the paragraph above. That way you won't corrupt the drive."
Thanks for using FixYa

May 26, 2011 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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How do i download music on my mp3 player?


How to Put Songs on Disney Mix Max


The Disney Mix Max portable media player is capable of playing audio files in the MP3 format. It can also play videos formatted as WMV and display photos formatted as JPEG. You can convert audio files into MP3 using the Disney Mix Max software -- Mix It Plug-in. The plug-in works with Windows Media Player 10. This software CD came with the player and is not available online. To download music to the device, you can use Windows Media Player 10 or Windows.

Things You'll Need:

* USB cable
* Mix It Plug-In installation CD

Instructions


Convert Non-MP3 Files

Install Mix It Plug-In. Insert the Mix It Plug-in installation CD into the computer's optical drive. Click "Install Mix It Plug-In" when prompted. If no screen opens, double-click on the "My Computer" icon. Double-click on the installation CD icon. Then double-click on the setup or installation file; this file is often formatted as EXE. Select to have the program saved to your desktop. Then double-click on the desktop icon -- "disneymixitplugin" to open the setup wizard. Click "Next" in the setup screen. Follow any additional setup prompts.



Open Windows Media Player 10 and create a playlist. To create a playlist, click "Library" and select "Now Playing." Drag songs from your computer to the "Now Playlist List" pane. Click the "Now Playing List" title to open the menu and select "Save Playlist As." In the "Save As" dialog box, enter a name for the playlist and select "Save."


Open Mix It Plug-In. Select "Yes" when asked to save analysis information for your music files. The software will analyze each track's compatibility with the Disney Mix Max player.


Press "Go!" to start the conversion process. Once the process is complete, an inactive "Go!" will be displayed. All music that has been converted is still listed in your Windows Media Player 10 playlist. You are now ready to download music to the player using Windows Media Player.

Windows Media Player 10

Open Windows Media Player 10 on your computer.


Remove the USB jack cover located on the bottom of the Disney Mix Max. Insert the compatible end of the USB cable into the USB port on the Disney Mix Max. Insert the other end of the cable into the computer's USB port.


Click "Library" and click a playlist name. To create a playlist, click "Library" and select "Now Playing." Drag songs from your computer to the "Now Playlist List" pane. Click the "Now Playing List" title to open the menu and select "Save Playlist As." In the "Save As" dialog box, enter a name for the playlist and select "Save."



Select the "Sync List" tab and choose "Sync List" from the menu.
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Verify the items to be synced to the Mix Max, or right-click on a song title and select "Delete" to remove it. Click "Start Sync" to download music to the Mix Max.

Windows


Insert the USB cable to the Disney Mix Max USB jack. Connect the player to the computer with the USB cable.



Click on the desktop "Start" menu and choose "My Computer."


Double-click on the "Removable Disk" that corresponds with your connected device.


Drag songs saved on your computer with your mouse into the Removable Disk folder.


Tips & Warnings

If you converted files using the Mix It Plug-In, you will need to use Windows Media Player 10 to sync them to the player.

Mar 11, 2011 | Disney Mix Max Digital Media Player

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Sansa Fuze player will not connect to the computer


Hello,

The Sansa Fuze information support is on next site:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3249/

Sansa Fuze can connect in either MTP or MSC mode.
MTP is Media Transfer Protocol when a software program like Windows
Media Player 10 or higher is installed.
MSC is Mass Storage Class when the player is detected as an external flash drive in "My Computer".

The connection mode can be set to one of the following USB modes:
auto detect:
the player will connect in MTP or MSC mode. It depends on the drivers that are installed for the USB ports for the operating system and extra media software, if the data on the player can be detected. In auto detect
mode, MTP mode detection is only possible when having Windows Media Player 10 or higher installed.
mtp:
detection on operating system Windows XP SP2 or higher, in Windows Media Player 10 or higher.
msc:
detection on operating system Windows in the explorer in "My Computer" and on MAC operating system.

Look in the manual on page 35 = page 38 in the pdf file, how to switch the USB mode under System Settings in the player:
http://mp3support.sandisk.com/sansa/UserManual/FUZE/fuze_userguide_en.pdf

Mar 20, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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I have an apple Nano(2G). Running software 3.1.1 Itunes is 8.1. When I plug it in yy computer and device manager recognizes the device but itunes does not recognize the IPOD when i plug it in.


Here is a trick I have tried and it worked.
in My Computer Right Click your Ipod device and explore the memory.
in the device software choose a file and right click and open with iTunes.
if your itunes is running it should try and open in itunes.

If it doesn;t work,
Try another USB port preferrably a USB 2.0 port.
Good Luck

May 06, 2009 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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How do I transfer a mp3 file from My Documents to my iPod. Many thanks for any assistance. ducktape


Open iTunes, from the file menu choose the Add File to Library option. It will open a dialog box asking you to chhose the file you want to add. Simply browse to the mp3 in "My Documents" and voila!

Jan 14, 2009 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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Can't get songs off


This player has two modes usb and mtp. Mtp works microsoft media player 10 and up. If you put the files in using mtp mode you will not see them under usb mode. likewise with usb. press the m button on the side to chage the mode. than chech My Computer again

Jun 02, 2008 | GPX MW3837 MP3 Player

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Transfering music using windows 2000


You need to have Windows Media Player version 10 or higher to transfer files to an MP3 device.

You can drag and drop files manually from My Computer as well.





Best of Luck.

Nov 07, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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MP3 Player will not work


i wouldsayat the most keep it in 4 an hour or so.thats what idoand it charges Aaron P.s.hope ya get it to work

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