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Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated)
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uninet

Indonesia
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 9:52 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

I've tried yours, thanks anyway, but no change, still no respon when powered on....
I've made "copy/paste" bootmanager and resource to mscn folder as your guide and no progress, then the whole file copied to that folder no progress either

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Th3_uN1Qu3
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Romania European Union
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 10:05 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

You have to copy all the 4/6 files to the updater folder, anyway i guess you did that already.

Hmm. It seems that there are different (incompatible) firmware versions even with the same chipset numbers... Really strange if you ask me.

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MEIZU M6SL Cool <> black <> 4GB <> 2.4 inch TFT <> Touchpad <> XviD 20FPS <> 25 hours battery (music) <> Wolfson DAC Very Happy <> Sony earbuds
Resigned: SigmaTel STMP3504 <> 2GB <> 1.5 inch TFT
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uninet

Indonesia
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 11:52 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

don't worry!
never feel being bothered, maybe I should buy another one to get the firmware ha ha.......

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wwwally

Spain
PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 8:24 pm   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

hello, i have a generic dead player. it works as USB pen drive 1gb, but screen is screwed due a bad firmware update, and cannot operate it to listen music radio.
it is like a mpman fol 7 or a Diva Ixel.
4 color oled screen, 1gb, sigmatel 3502, fm radio, bla bla




and i'd like to download sigmatel firmware extractor cos torrent doesn't work anymore

thank you in advance

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mezo3000

Egypt
PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 12:30 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Plz help me i have 2 Mp3 players are dead
first
SIGMATEL
STMP3504
L100E-CB6
T03279
0716

MP-DLQTF1.1 V1.4 (3504+1000)
2007-01-11
************
Second
STMP3504
LAE-SB6
A04580
0734 TW
MP-DLQTF1.1 V1.4 (3504+1000)
Plz any one Have firmware of any one of them
give me link

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tcomteck

Tunisia
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:10 am   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

I want to ask if there is tool to extract 6 files from mp3 player because I have the firmware version 002.611.101 For the boot and 002.611.300 for the player

I tryed the solution; Nice Job Smile

But the problem with me is the version of firmware I can't find it.(my ship is Sigmatel 3504-06)
When I have flashed my mp3player with a version of sigmatel ship 3504-06 it becomes non sigmatel drive but a GENERIC mp3 player and no MSCN mp3 player so it can't turn recovery mode, the firmware download tool doesnt find the hardware.

This is my driver:

Mp3 player
Sigmatel ship 3504-06
2GB memory
No Display screen
It's like Ipod Shuffle

Picture:
FRONT:

BACK


Any Ideas?
B.R.

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tcomteck

Tunisia
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:11 am   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

I want to ask if there is tool to extract 6 files from mp3 player because I have the firmware version 002.611.101 For the boot and 002.611.300 for the player

I tryed the solution; Nice Job Smile

But the problem with me is the version of firmware I can't find it.(my ship is Sigmatel 3504-06)
When I have flashed my mp3player with a version of sigmatel ship 3504-06 it becomes non sigmatel drive but a GENERIC mp3 player and no MSCN mp3 player so it can't turn recovery mode, the firmware download tool doesnt find the hardware.

This is my driver:

Mp3 player
Sigmatel ship 3504-06
2GB memory
No Display screen
It's like Ipod Shuffle

Picture:
FRONT:

BACK


Any Ideas?
B.R.

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balboool

Andorra AU Northern Territory
PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2008 3:20 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

i have mp3/wma player, its :
-sigmatel
-stmp 3510
-L100-TA10
-A00003
-o5o9

and it 1GB, its dead, how i can found firmwarw for this player???? please help

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Toshi

France
PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2008 11:52 am   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

I have a Proline Digital RC-501 (based on SigmaTel MSCN) 256Mb
It doesn't power on with a battery, so I tried to change the firmware as indicated in this topic.
The change seems to work, but the updater can't check it at the end. And after I disconnnect the player is still dead.
I also tried the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool to format it (as long as I will not use it as a mp3 player now). This tool accept the player after I applied the firmware via the updater (without removing the player) but it is not abble to do the format.

So I'm thinking that the player still work but the flash memory is dead and can no longer keep the updates. But as I'm not a specialist, Iwant to have your opinion.
Thanx in advance.

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gbkuvad2000

India
PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:52 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

I HAVE STMP 3500 DEAD NOT PLAY SONG
WHAT IS FIRMWARE

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reypescador

Spain
PostPosted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 12:04 pm   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

Nice guide, thanks a lot for it Wink . Iīd like to add something. In my case I had to upload the firmware with the switch On/Off in OFF position. It was the only way that the upload task ended OK.

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Persio

Argentina
PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 3:50 pm   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

I have an I-TEK 1GB mp3 player that looks much like this one



When I turned it on, it just said Welcome and it turned itself off immediately. I found this guide and tried it. First, I put it in the recovery mode and extracted it's firmware (it's one of those that contains usbmsc.sb). Then I downloaded the file you say at the begining to update it's firmware and followed your steps. Everything went OK, supposedly.

But now I can't turn it on nor put it in the recovery mode! It just does not respond to anything, now it's absolutely dead!

Ideas? What can I do?

Thanks

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nosferatuspacho

Columbia
PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 11:52 pm   Post subject: Great ! mp3 plater sigmatel "astone" Back to top 

hi, i have a mp3 player with a stmp3504 and a samsung k9g8g08udm 1G flash, i follow the steps in the guide, on the newie player sigmatel, (hostlink) and recover the death player as flash memory 939MB (i supose that loss for area data), i am very Been , only i need to make run the player itself. i have the support software mscnmmc(no from cd, is from www.astone.com.au), but never run, ever finish with a verification error and the flash no run. when i tried with the soft of here he complete the firmware and recogize as masive device but when i turn on the player only the backligth ignites for a wile and then start to strobe irregularly and off. i tink isnīt a compatible firmware almost in the player software, i try to put the binary archives of astone.com in the program folder, but no work (are the same name files but diferent size), if you or anyone have the cd or can helpme i will be more gratefully. (I know electronic world, but beginning with computers and software)
brand: ASTONE
model: xinc ultra AXU01GNJ30167

MY APORT: BAD CHARGERS MAY DAMAGE PLAYERS (WHEN NO POWER ON MAY BE THE CRYSTAL, WHEN NO POWER ON AND START TO WARM PROBABILY ARE A CONDENSOR, SEARCH FOR SHORTCUTED ONE), ESPECIALLY CONDENSORS, I REPAIR ALMOST TREE OF FIVE WITH THIS TROUBLE, MY RECOMENDATION: BUY ONLY CHARGERS OF THE BEST BRANDS IS A HINT, OR VERY SUPPORTED AND GUARANTEED ONES.
PDT: Please help me, i donīt can to resign To stopping a dead device. if i can help you, i Gladly.

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sustmi

Czech Republic
PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 6:14 am   Post subject: Note Dead 4ever? Back to top 

Hello, I need help.

I have Sencor SFP-3750 (2GB), based on Sigmatel 35xx.
Original firmware version: Sencor SFP-3750, v007.004.260
The player has same hardware as Ritmix RF-3000.

And now the problem:
Player worked well, I did many changes between Sencor's and Ritmix's firmware (versions 007.004.260 and 006.004.260) and everytime the player was dead I could bring back to life. But then I uploaded some old firmware from here (I can send you the file, when you don't have the registration, but I don't think it could help), which is one of the first versions, and since this the player doesn't work with usbmsc.sb (uploaded in Recovery mode) which worked before.
Only usbmsc.sb from v006.003.260 (i don't know the difference between 4 and 3 in minor version) works, but player shows only 1GB capacity not whole 2GB.

Even the Sigmatel Firmware Extractor shows patition(1) as 1GB instead 2GB as it was before.

When I use this usbmsc.sb to boot to recovery mode and then update to firmware, which worked before, it don't work. Neither as usb stick nor as player.

Only Sencor firmware v006.003.260 works a little. When I enable the player, it shows the Sencor logo and then it restarts ant show the logo again and again in loop. But doesn't work as usb stick (usb mass storage) just like with other firmwares.
Every other firmware, which worked before well doesn't work now.

The strange thing is that the capacity changed form 2GB to 1GB. Is not only the capacity of FAT, also the hidden partition (visible in Sigmatel Firmware Extractor) changed the capacity.
Is there any posibility how manage the internal hidden partitions.

I thought that the player couldn't be f*cked up forever. I thought that the Recovery mode (holding the play button when inserting to USB) should load the usbmsc.sb and work independent on what sh*ts are inside the players memory. Mad

EDIT:
I found that my player uses 2x1GB chip: HY27UH08AG5M. It uses Chip Select pins to set which "chip" to work with (there is only one physical chip, but two logical chips).
The v006.003.260 is 1GB firmware. It's updater.sb works (it doesn't probe the second chip). The The v006.004.260 is 2GB firmware and so it probes both chips. For some reason the 2GB uploader hangs.
Does anybody know how to fix this?
I have no idea why the 2GB uploader.sb hangs the player.


Please can you help me. I don't where could be the problem. Crying or Very sad

Thanks a lot to anybody bringing a helping hand.

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Mouss
I love my MPx player
I love my MPx player

Algeria
PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2008 10:31 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

hi ^^
plz i need firm to mu mp3 player
Packard Bell AudioDream 256MB
chip:
Sigmatel
STMP3505
L100-TA4
T01296
0453

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