I have the same problem, yes you can delete music, go to computer and find audio devices and click on gpx then go to medio or mediat then go to music there will be folders or the music that you have and delete the songs that you want. before a never had a problem like this i always connect my gpx to my pc and always show the songs quick and easy to add or delete.
maybe the battery its not working well thats why its show 2 option when i connect to the pc.
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I have the GPX MW3837. for deleting the music from the player, go the the windows Media Player. Click Library. Far Left will be your GPX audio player. Click that. Then click the CLICK HERE that is highlighted. Click Songs. and delete from the list there.
I had the same problem. Finally figured it out after looking around in the medial player for awhile.
Yes the music can be deleted it's kind of like the syncing process except your deleting ther should be something there to tell that you do want to sync you click on that then go the the songs you want to delete right-click the song and delete
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You will need to format your player. • Connect your player to your computer suing your USB cable and in the Start menu, select My Computer. • In the My Computer folder, right-click on the icon representing your GPX player. You will be given a list of options. One of them will be to Format your drive. Click on this to erase everything on your GPX player. • A warning will pop up to make certain that this is the choice that you want to select. • Once your player is formatted, reload your music files onto your GPX player.
• Open Windows Media Player. In version 10, open the Sync tab. • On the right-hand side, there will be a listing for GPX audio player. Just above this and to the right are a set of four icons. The icon furthest to the right represents, “Format storage media.” This icon resembles a pencil. • After formatting, synchronize music to the player. In version 11, open the Sync tab. On the far left column, there should be a listing for GPX Audio Player. • Right-clicking on this listing will result in a menu containing Format. Select this to erase everything on your mp3 player.
Ok when you hook it up and it says MTP just push and hold the Play pause key till it says Usb then it should recognize it .....
now mine recognizes it on both usb and mtp i have win xp pro ...
If you do this and it doesnt work
If you are using Windows XP or Vista, make sure that the player is in the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) mode. This can be done by pressing the M button. This button is located on the top of your mp3 player. Open Windows Media Player 10 or 11 and follow the directions for transferring (synchronizing) music. If you have Windows Media Player 9 on your XP machine, upgrade to Windows Media Player 10 or 11. This can be done by visiting www.windowsmediaplayer.com. If you are using Windows 98SE,Windows ME, or Windows 2000, you will only be able to transfer music using the USB transfer mode. Open Windows Media Player 9, and follow the directions for transferring (synchronizing) music. If you have version 9 on Windows 98SE or Windows ME, you will need to visit the Download Center for updated drivers.
Place the music files that you want to transfer into the My Music folder of your computer - Windows will re-read them, and then you can synchronize to your device. Also, make sure the hold/lock switch is not engaged on the mp3 player - it probably isn't, but just check.
* You downloaded protected music on your Windows 98/98SE, Windows 2000, Windows XP computer using Windows Media Player 9. Music was purchased online or the music was ripped form your own audio CD with Copyright Protection turned ON. o You must use Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 for online purchased songs. o You must turn OFF Copy Protection on your Windows Media Player 9 before ripping your audio CDs into WMA files * You downloaded protected music to your MP3 player using your Windows XP computer and Windows Media Player 10 with your player in USB mode. Music was downloaded from the internet, purchased or subscribed, or it was ripped from your own audio CD with Copyright protection turned ON. o You have to use your MW3836 in MTP mode.
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go into windows media player click on sync click on audio player then on format.it will delete everything.the manual doesn't give you any information on how to delete any music but hey it deletes what you don't want you'll just have to put your music back on.
Open my computer, look for the GPX device or removeable storage. Click to open until you can see the individual songs, select and delete
Connect mp3 player to computer, open Windows Media Player, click on the icon of the mp3 player, and then go to the songs or music folder - find the song you want to delete, left-click the song, and hit "delete" on your keyboard
Use Windows Media Player 9 or 10 - instructions available from microsoft's website and other websites: short version: Connect mp3 player to computer, open Windows Media Player, click on the icon of the mp3 player, and then go to the songs or music folder - find the song you want to delete, left-click the song, and hit "delete" on your keyboard