I put it on MTP and it wont go back to USB Mode whats the problem???
Even when I hold down the USB/MTP button it is still on MTP. Does it have to be on or what? I need it on USB to upload more music onto it because my window's media can't find it when it is hooked up to the computer. It is starting to really get irritating!
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in the manual it says
Turn on the MP3 Player by holding the PLAY/PAUSE button.
2. Take the USB Cord and plug the corresponding ends into the MP3 Player and a Computer.
3. When connected the LCD Display will either say “USB” or “MTP”.
4. Press the “M” (mode) button to switch between “USB” and “MTP” mode.
“MTP” mode will only work, when your player is connected to Microsoft® Windows® XP and Windows® Media Player 10.
The MP3 Player will only work in “USB” mode when it is connected to Windows® 98SE, ME, or 2000 Professional.
is this helpful.Take your time sometimes these things don't work because you've missed out one step so go slow and try it two or three times before you give up
Hi there is a button marked with an "m" on the right side of the player after you plug the player in hold the button for a few seconds and the display should change to usb mode. file that are put in on usb mode can't be seen in mtp mode.
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.
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