Question about Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu
I'm not able to transfer files from (or to) my Creative Zen, I think it's because of my Ubuntu Operating system.
Is there a fix to this problem, I really don't want to install an additional os on my computer.
Creative Zen media players use MTP (Media Transfer Protocol). Linux and Ubuntu (or any other Linux distribution) don't support MTP, and won't be able to transfer files to or from the Creative Zen device. To sort out this problem follow these steps -
1. Click on Applications, go to Add/Remove...
2. Select show All Open Source Applications and search for Gnomad
3. Select Gnomad2 by putting a little tick in the box, and hit Apply Changes.
4. Hook up your media player, start Gnomad (Applications > Sound & Video), and you are good to go.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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