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MODES in Sansa c250


I understood regarding the Modes. But, How can we change the mode intentionally? I feel like the software (01.01.05P) in my player does not have this option under SETTINGS. Is there any other option to switch MODES?

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  • hurdle Dec 31, 2007

    this is the first time im using mines. And it wont intall on my computer. so i cant do anything. whats the problem.

  • mankerala Dec 31, 2007



    The SanDisk Sansa c250 MP3 player has two operating(USB) Modes, MTP and MSC. If a computer does not have to proper software and drivers for MTP mode then the player reverts to MSC mode automatically. If the computer does have the software for MTP and the player is in MTP mode then it will be detected in MTP mode.



    Songs trasnfered on to the player in one mode are not accessable on the other mode.



    The software that is required for MTP mode to properly function is:



    -Windows Media Player(WMP) 10 or newer.



    -Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or newer.




    Normally, SanDisk Sansa c250 MP3 players have the option to set the MODE under SETTINGS. But, some version (01.01.05P) doesnt have it.




    Work around to change Mode (MTP to MSC)

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    1. Turn on the Player
    2. Move the HOLD switch (so that an orange part is seen)
    3. Press the |<< (Rewind) button, Keep holding down the Rewind control and insert the USD cable.
    4. You should get two messages about new disk drives. once both messages have appeared, release the Rewind control.

    Do the same whenever you want the player in MSC mode.

  • mankerala Dec 31, 2007

    Thanks Manesh

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Once you turn on the player it should take you to the last place you were, usually playing a certain media file. I have heard about this model, however I havent used it, but in its bigger brother breifly pressing the power button takes you to the modes menu, give it a go on ur player.

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