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MW3837 MP3 PLAYER

I CAN NOT SWITCH THE MODE FROM MTP MODE TO USB

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  • MPolo Dec 27, 2007

    I too have the same problem!!! when my mw3837 is connected to my computer through the USP cable, I am unable to switch from MTP mode to USB or MP3???

  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2008

    SO DO I!!

    i sit and hold the usb/mtp button and yet it doesnt go!!

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It seems that if you have any music on the player and you are in MTP mode, you can't switch.

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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I've tried pushing/ holding down the USB/MPT, MODE etc....

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Push the mtp mode button

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SOURCE: MY GPX MP3 PLAYER MW3837 WONT SWITCH BACK!!...

The original poster has probably long since tossed the thing, but since I just had to spend time wrangling with one of these, I thought I'd post a reply anyway, for the sake of anybody else who may have to deal with one.

It turns out that this player will happily switch modes to whatever the current driver is looking for. So with the player attached, just go to Device Manager, to "GPX audio player" , to the "Driver" tab, and the "Update driver" button. Choose "Specific Location" on this screen, and "Manually Choose" on the next. There should be two drivers listed here, "MTP Device" and "USB mass storage device", choose the "USB mass storage device". If it complains, tell it yes, I want to install it anyway.

Once it finishes, the players screen should flash off for a moment, and it will reboot itself in USB mode. And then windows will detect two usb drives.

This was in XP Pro SP2.

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SOURCE: wont change back to mtp

. On the mp3 player, switch between the Usb and Mtp mode (The M button) on the side of the player.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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Under windows explorer, click on the icon for the mp3 player. On the mp3 player, switch between the Usb and Mtp mode (The M button). You should see songs from both modes.

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I had this same problem and was able to solve it. Just go into Control Panel (make sure it's in Classic View)-> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager, right click the GPX icon under Protable Devices and then click unistall. Then disconnect and reconnect the player. Windows will automatically install the drivers and that's it, you can now go into USB mode again. Hope it helps.

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