Re: [Banshee-List] Creative Zen Player

I've got a Zen X-FI and have had the same behaviour. The problem (at
least at one point) was that Gnome/Nautilus/gphoto-vfs captured the
device and Banshee couldn't get it. Try unmounting it and see if Banshee
can get hold of it then. If not then try Gabriel's instructions and also
try running Banshee as "banshee-1 --debug" to see what errors it prints.

On 04/04/10 20:51, Gabriel Burt wrote:
> Hi Laura,
> What Linux distribution are you on?  What version of Banshee?  Did you
> change anything between when it worked and now - upgrading your
> distro, or Banshee, or anything?
> Can you install mtp-tools and run `mtp-detect` from a terminal, with
> the Zen plugged in, and see if it produces a bunch of output,
> signifying it sees/recognizes the device?
> Gabriel
> On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Laura Detwiler
> <littlelottie laura gmail com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have been using my mp3 player Creative Zen M with Banshee Media Player for
>> the past few years however it has now stopped appearing in the panel down
>> the side and I am not able to transfer music to the player anymore because
>> of this.  My computer still recognises my player as it shows on desktop as
>> Creative Zen and I can open the files and look at the music on it.  Is there
>> some way I can re-scan the mp3 player onto Banshee?  Any help would be
>> appreciated as I don't have any other music player to use my mp3 player
>> with!
>> Cheers
>> Laura
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