I just bought a samsung yh-j70 and when i connect it to the usb ports on my computer it just says "MTP supported on only XP PC with WMP10" then it just goes off, so i thinking it must only work on xp with window media player 10 so i took round to my mates house because he has both XP and WMP10 and it still said the same message!!!! what is happening!!! please tell me so i can fix this probelm and actully put music on it.
I had the same problem and I saw this fix somewhere. I use it and it works fine: plug usb cable into computer (don't attach usb cable to the player yet), turn player on, move 'hold'button to 'hold' position, Press and hold 'record' button while you plug the usb cable into the player. the screen will show a message that the player is connected via usb, no more useless mtp.
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I don't know if there's a software available right now, but that's not a shoe stopper.You can still be able to copy musics or any other file from/to your player to/from a Computer using it as an external drive; for that you have to chenge the settings from Charge to removable disk on menu/settings/system/PC connect mode.
If you have a dealer close to you that's your solution, a part from that you can either just surf on the web,in any searching engine or change the settings on your player to use your USB port to computer for charging instead as an external drive.For the last suggestion follow these easy steps:
1.Press menu on Player 2.Select Settings 3. Under settings shown choose System 4.Pc Connect mode 5.Click on Charge
I had the same problem - the hard drive had failed, which is a common fault. I bought a new one on eBay - a Toshiba MK3006GAL 30GB - which worked fine.
BUT... the drive came completely unformatted and I had to format it on a laptop first as I could not get it to format in the YH-J70. If the drive is FAT32 format, however, you should be OK to just put it in the YH-J70 and format it with Samsung Media Studio.
It is simple. Forget the MTP Mode. Simply put the player on, put it on hold, press and hold the record button while you plug in the cord. It will go into USB mode, the only thing is that you have to do that everytime. Hope this works.
When I first got my yh j70 I had the same problem. Have you made sure its in 'charge' mode? When you go to 'settings' there is an option tha allows you to switch from 'charge' mode to USB connect mode. You have to switch it depending on what you are trying to do. Hope this helps.
? Verify that the USB cable is securely inserted into the USB port on both the Rio Carbon and your computer.
? Connect the USB cable to a USB port on the back of your computer rather than to a USB port on the front of your computer.
? If using a USB hub, connect to a powered USB hub. Unpowered USB hubs may not work.
? Remove USB extension cables from the connection path.
? Disconnect other USB devices.
? Both Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) (or greater) and Windows Media Player 10 (WMP10) must be installed for your computer to detect a Rio Carbon set in MTP mode.
? If you do not want to install SP1 (or greater) and WMP10 on your computer you should disconnect the Rio Carbon and change the Transfer Mode setting to MSC mode.