New Shanling M0 - Tiny DAP for 109$

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  1. M3NTAL

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    This sounds like it might be defective. I've had some weird connection issues and it usually comes down to the USB cable needed reinserted. Also, from my experience - the M0 needs to be turned on in order to transfer files.
     
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    Plugged in with device off or on leads to the same issue. It can play files if I take my microSD card and drag and drop directly from the computer and then plug the card into the unit, but USB would be way easier for this.
     
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    Are we now talking about using USB connection for data transfer or USB DAC?

    When you connect M0 to computer, what shows up on its screen?

    In settings, what "USB mode" is set?
     
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    Data transfer. If I plug it in and then turn it on, it shows a battery charging.

    If I turn it on first and then plug it in, it'll show something about USB connection on the screen, but on Windows 10 and Windows 7 I'll get the error "Device Not Recognized" and be unable to locate the device in file explorer to put music onto it.

    It is set as USB mode, not as DAC mode.
     
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    Yes, you need to have M0 on turned on when connecting to computer.

    If M0 shows "USB connected" and icon of micro SD card, it recognized connection and should be all fine on side of M0.

    Can you go to device manager on your computer, find there the M0 (on my computer shows up as "Linux File-CD Gadget USB Device) and try to uninstall device and try to connect it again?

    Which firmware are you running?
     

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