Question about SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player
How does one delete their SanDisk mp3 player in mtp mode? How would you explain it to an 8th grader?
8th graders have decided advantages over adults in this arena
Plug the Mp3 Player into the computer
On your computer desktop:
Go to Start --> All Programs --> Windows Media Player - this will open windows media player
Click on the "Sync button" - if there is no Sync button, then you need a newer verison of Windows Media Player than the one you have (and I'm not willing to explain all that - sorry)
Find a song that you like, left-click it with your mouse and drag it over into the right-hand of the window where it says "Drag files here to synchronize to your device"
Once you have dragged a song or 50, click on the "Start Sync" button - for your continued sanity, don't sync more than 10 songs at a time
Do not disconnect the Mp3 player at all during this process, or you will kill it
After it appears that all the songs have been synced - wait 2 extra minutes to be on the safe side
Safely remove the Mp3 player from the computer; the mp3 player will say refreshing database or updating for a few minutes
Now you can listen to your songs
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on May 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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