But sometimes it may be recognized as an "Unknown Device".
To begin, open Windows Explorer and click the Tools /Folder Options /Display.
About a year ago, my principal and I started discussing what it would look like to use Apple Classroom with our class sets of i Pads.
From what I had read, this was a relatively new tool and although lots of people enjoyed using it, there were still some kinks that needed to get worked out.
Look in the list "Hidden files and folders" and check "Show hidden files and folders." This document, titled "My PC does not recognize my MP3 player," is available under the Creative Commons license.
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My IT director and I began to work on setting up Apple Classroom about 2 weeks before school started.
There was a steep learning curve and it took us a while (along with all of our other projects) to get this up and running.
We’ll keep this list updated at least once a week, but you can find the deals at any time by clicking the “Browse Top Amazon Deals” button in the sidebar.If you aren't a tech genius, and you don't have one at your school, this could be a big road block for you.The biggest thing you need is a CSV file with all of the students information. ) If you don't pull a CSV file (it's just a fancy Excel spreadsheet), then you will have to input each students information by hand - no fun!The correct device driver needs to be installed that can recognize the MP3 hardware device as a Mass Storage Device.This can be done by updating the device driver from the Device Manager.