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MTP my mp3 is not working properly when i connest it to my computer it says MTP, and i dont know what MTP is.whatis MTP?

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  • hec18 Feb 22, 2008

    installed the software from the internet and it does not work still

  • prunn69 Mar 08, 2009

    I have the same problem with a e250 but what hardware do you have??
    I formatted couple times tried it on xp, vista seven, ubuntu, mandriva the device wont work on my hardware it just keep looping
    gigabyte ga-ma790gp-ds4h with ati sb750 chipset

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Hi I am having a problem to with the MTP device. Bottom right corner of my screen has the window that says found new hardware...MTP device. I can not close out the window because it keeps coming back. Then I hear this like bubble sound when it's on the screen. Any suggestions? I think its for my new phone that I downloaded on the laptop. I am going to uninstall it and reinstall it and see what happens. Any other suggestions please let me know thanks...

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MTP: Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) is a protocol with an accompanying set of drivers developed by Microsoft to connect portable devices to a Windows XP PC and synchronize digital media content between those devices and the PC. MTP is geared toward portable devices with hard drives. With regards to your issue, what do you mean by all of your memory of your device is empty? Does all the songs are all deleted?

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Help me sonbody my mp3 is not working properly i connet it to my computer it says mtp, and I don`t know what mtp is, thent my all memory is empti. I need solutions, please. my mp3 is the sannsung yp-u2j. 1GB

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