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Subject: Re: Sansa Rhapsody - e270R not recognized by synch software

Re: Sansa Rhapsody - e270R not recognized by synch software

From: Werewolf <werewolf6851_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 12:41:05 -0600

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Randolph Cooper wrote:
> I used to be able to add files and synch and such. I recently installed
> Rockbox (I love the interface) but now it does not appear when I load
> the player/synching software (e.g. Napster/Songbird). I can see the
> Sansa via windows explorer and can manually move files into the music
> directory. And then if I re-initialize the database they appear fine.
> But it would be nice to have it recognized again in the synching software.
>
> Two oddities also:
>
> (1) When I plug the Sansa in Windows seems to recognize it but it throws
> up a dialog just like the one I see when I load an SD card and want to
> transfer pictures and asks which picture transferring software I want to
> use. Of course I don't want to transfer pictures.
>
> (2) When I go to the Sansa in Windows explorer I see two Sansa entries.
> One is labelled "SANSA E270R", the other labelled "Sansa e200R
> Rhapsody". The latter has nothing there if I click on it. The former
> allows me to access the folders on the Sansa.
>
> Any constructive suggestions on how to get the Sansa recognized by my
> synching software. I apologize if I havent been clear enough.
>
> Thanks in advance for any help.
>
> Coop
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Did you check your USB setting on the e270r?? To install rockbock needs
to be changed to Mass Storage type connect. Sycning uses a different
type usb mode.

So try in the original firmware, changing the usb mode.

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Received on 2009-01-10


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