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AGPTEK Metal M6B 8Gb How to add music files to the player

I only have USB 2.0, but I can't get Windows to recognize it as a device.

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  • Anonymous Oct 29, 2021

    it is 2018 oldest model
    the player has 8GB deep inside flash memory and 128GB max , micro SD card,
    both can be used,
    if the player sat for 3 years, not used or charged the battery is not useless inside, (gross neglect)
    to add fails drag and drop them,
    same as you can do cell phones via USB2 up.
    there are no login rules like a cell.
    it just works.
    internet connect first time used (per PC)

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They moved their web site
AGPTEK makes vast things from china to here.
no oS told just windows, w10 assumed.
m6b manual is here, at makers site still

Cassette to MP3 Converter, USB Cassette Player Recorder to MP3 Convertor, Portable Audio Tape Player USB Cassette Capture for Mac PC Laptop

http://www.agptek.com/index.php/product/8gb-metal-mp3-player-with-touch-button-and-loud-speakeragptek-m6b-lossless-music-player-with-1-8in-tft-screen-headphones-support-up-to-128gb-black/


I found it searching on THEIR web site. (google AGPTEK home) bingo land there
and searched there.

1: must be charged first, it has batteries.
windows must be internet connected for PnP plug and play to work for drivers, Just like doing same thing to a cell phone the USB2 is not and issue but is a super old PC, not told by you, is this virus magnet XP?
the manual is here

https://images.agptek.us/Download/User_Manual/M6,M16_User_Manual(Detailed_version_in__English_German_Italian_Spanish_Japanese).pdf

2: it must be USB port charged best is 2amp rated (1am min) USB to wall AC charge power adaptor.
2a: page 4 in them manual shows 2 hours to charge.
3:: page 13 shows.
Windows98/ME/2000/XP/7/Vista/10/
Linux6.2&10.10/Macos10.3&10.5&10.6

so it does work on all windows. if you are internet connected only first time used,called PnP
4: in windows device manager the driver for this M6 must show up there, if shows errors click(r) update driver.
5: ok now the driver is loaded.
6: now in THIS PS(my computer) start button , use windows LOCAL explorer to find M6 and copy files to the m6
page 4 in the manual is horrible, for sure.


AGPTEK-M6/M16 (must be seen in device manager and in my computer, (manual shows names)
if yes copy Mp3 files to there, and it is ready to play them.


the battery must be charged and good
and internet connected first time to get any pc to connect, and use PnP driver from MS.


there is no CD
and only PnP works for drivers. plug and play.

Posted on Jun 07, 2019

  • Anonymous Oct 29, 2021

    battery must be charged, if very old the old battery is no good replace it.
    must be internet connected the PC, first time used, just like doing any cellphone, same comms USB

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Windows Doesn't See Music

You probably switched it to MSC mode. If you go to Settings->USB and select Auto-Detect it switches it MTP (media transfer protocol?). The player understands both transfers, but they're invisible to one another.

Posted on Feb 21, 2007

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Computer doesn't recognize MP3 player -

I had the same problem, all you have to do is first turn on the Mp3.Then go to settings. Then go down to USB mode. It will probably say, auto detect.But instead scroll down to MSC. If that doesn't work try MTP.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: computer does not recognize usb device

Go into the settings menu, from there, go into usb mode...there are two settings: mtp & msc... my player was using mtp and wasn't being recognized, so I switched it to msc, and the computer recognized it.

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: I HAVE AN EMERSON MP3

I have an Emerson 2gb MP3 player model EMP 312-2, not sure if this info is for you or not. Make sure you are in the MUSIC MODE, when you use the menu button to go from music mode, voice mode, settings etc. you must push menu button again when the mode you want is hi-lited. I had a similar problem. Files were loaded (my music is on my harddrive already so I just copy to mp3 player) but when I turned player on it said no files. AHA, I finally realized I had somehow got into the voice mode and I did not have any voice files, so it said no files. I then went to Folder Mode and it only said micin.dir and it was empty, THAT WAS BECAUSE I WAS IN VOICE MODE, when I switched to music mode, they were all there. I know this sounds very rudimentary, but I am pretty computer literate and had no idea how I switched to voice mode. Before I figured this out for myself I called Emerson customer service, they said it was bad firmware and send it back. If someone there had walked me through what I just told you it would have saved me a lot of time. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Samsung YP-U3 is not recognized by computer

it is not appering in my copmuters but it is charging.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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