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Sunplus SPMP3050A - General
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djo_rides_ET2

France European Union
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 1:29 pm   Post subject:  Re: Sunplus SPMP3050A - General Back to top 

Hello, to extract the firmware, you need (on the pmp i have) to push the down button before plugging the usb cable. Windows finds the webcam spca536, but you can access the firmware using FRM Pro Tool. You need to create a working directory for frm pro where he can put the fw image, plus the two virtual disks images A & B .

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aapot
Keen on MPx players
Keen on MPx players

Finland
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 1:31 pm   Post subject:  Re: my SPMP3051A is dead pls help me Back to top 

ladas wrote (View Post): › i normaly firmware with DEFAULTFW but now my mp4 is dead and shining a diod but dont work usb pls HEEEELP


Details of this device would be useful.
Where did you get it? What does it look like? Pictures? Number of buttons? What did you upload to it? How did you flash it?

Try to get as much stuff backed up with frm pro before you attempt to de-brick it. It might prove useful later on.

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zenitraM

Spain
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:57 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

All right, I managed to connect my MP4 (as I don't know its model or anything, i'll refer to it as 9504, item number on DealExtreme).

Mine does have a different Sunplus firmware from the rest. It's got a blue background and well, it emulates GB/GBC and this strange game format I talked about before, .BIN, games on that format seem to be made by Sunplus and I only have found the 3 ones that came on my player's memory, you can download them from here: http://uploaded.to/?id=yn9jon&setlang=en

I'm now uploading the firmware and the disk A and B images for you to test them. Upload all the firmwares you have so we can test if they're compatible between players and if we can find any extra features.. Skinning is quite easy, just requires modifyng the .jpg's. I think there's no risk of bricking the device, as the FW download feature isn't dependant on the firmware itself (at least while pressing a key when plugging the USB port, only way for me).

Upload the diska and diskb images too, I think they're also needed (I downloaded the .bin firmware from the download section, but the screen showed gray and the unit hanged, maybe because of those images being not compatible).

BTW you may need to modify the USB device ID on the .inf file of the driver so it detects your device. When on this firmware mode it detects as a MMCatch Multimedia Device or something similar (not as a storage device).

Oh, and looking at the images, it seems there's a scientific calculator somehere on the firmware.. but I can only access a simple calculator..

NES and GB emulators are called, according to the hex editor, N1 and G1 respectively.

Edit: Here you have the firmware: http://zen.itram.es/files/PMP_DX_sku9504_blue_background.rar

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aapot
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Keen on MPx players

Finland
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 7:58 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 



No luck.

I always used "Program All", "Read Verify" and "Disk Img mode". Each flashing caused error
"Read verify error: 3050Abin0.bin". But since got my original fw+a+b updated properly like this, I guess this doesn't
mean anything. Strangely "F/W Only" and "RSV Only" combined takes less time than Program All.
Not sure if flash erase alone explains this.
Your AIMG is alot bigger than mine. Can be explained by differences in skins.

Using PMP_DX_sku9504_blue_background.rar
Here are my results with sku 10238:
DefaultFw.bin + AIMG + BIMG = 1.
DefaultFw.bin + original AIMG + original BIMG = 1.
original DefaultFw.bin + AIMG + BIMG = 2.
original DefaultFw.bin + original AIMG with SPMP*.BIN replaced + BIMG = 3.
original DefaultFw.bin + original AIMG with *.BIN replaced + BIMG = 2.


Results:
1. White screen, little pop from the speaker(sound card init).
Can be shut down by pressing and releasing power button. Reset just starts the device again.
Could in theory mean that it works just doesn't drive screen properly. I have disabled key sounds so no audio
feedback.
2. Blue screen with text "Loading...", little pop from the speaker(sound card init).
Cannot be shut down with power button. Reset shuts down the device permanently.
3. Starts properly but doesn't recognize .gba nor .gbc files in game directory.

It seems that user preferences aren't saved in any of the files we have seen since key sounds were enabled by default.
This didn't change after flashing. My guess is that small amount of flash has been reserved for this. I've seen similar
solutions on openwrt devices. Also, according to my calculations based on flash size, RSV params and drive size visible to
windows, there should be plenty of free space at the beginning of flash area.

Examining the native games you posted earlier didn't really reveal anything interesting.
Texts "__bss_start" and "__bss_end" suggest that it was compiled with gcc.
Apparently one of the games was built on "May 19 2007 14:08:24". Text "SPCA556" appears in the header of game files.
Checked if file program under linux would recognize how it has been packed (offsets from 0 to 320 bytes) with no
obvious results. There are .wav(RIFF) and .mid files in those files. Im wondering if theres some sort of container or if they
are embedded in assembly. All of the three files seemed to have roughly same content in the first 320 bytes.

Checked DefaultFw.bin earlier and I think found some symbol suggesting BSD based operating system.

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zenitraM

Spain
PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2008 1:23 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

aapot wrote (View Post): ›


No luck.

I always used "Program All", "Read Verify" and "Disk Img mode". Each flashing caused error
"Read verify error: 3050Abin0.bin". But since got my original fw+a+b updated properly like this, I guess this doesn't
mean anything. Strangely "F/W Only" and "RSV Only" combined takes less time than Program All.
Not sure if flash erase alone explains this.
Your AIMG is alot bigger than mine. Can be explained by differences in skins.

Using PMP_DX_sku9504_blue_background.rar
Here are my results with sku 10238:
DefaultFw.bin + AIMG + BIMG = 1.
DefaultFw.bin + original AIMG + original BIMG = 1.
original DefaultFw.bin + AIMG + BIMG = 2.
original DefaultFw.bin + original AIMG with SPMP*.BIN replaced + BIMG = 3.
original DefaultFw.bin + original AIMG with *.BIN replaced + BIMG = 2.


Results:
1. White screen, little pop from the speaker(sound card init).
Can be shut down by pressing and releasing power button. Reset just starts the device again.
Could in theory mean that it works just doesn't drive screen properly. I have disabled key sounds so no audio
feedback.
2. Blue screen with text "Loading...", little pop from the speaker(sound card init).
Cannot be shut down with power button. Reset shuts down the device permanently.
3. Starts properly but doesn't recognize .gba nor .gbc files in game directory.

It seems that user preferences aren't saved in any of the files we have seen since key sounds were enabled by default.
This didn't change after flashing. My guess is that small amount of flash has been reserved for this. I've seen similar
solutions on openwrt devices. Also, according to my calculations based on flash size, RSV params and drive size visible to
windows, there should be plenty of free space at the beginning of flash area.

Examining the native games you posted earlier didn't really reveal anything interesting.
Texts "__bss_start" and "__bss_end" suggest that it was compiled with gcc.
Apparently one of the games was built on "May 19 2007 14:08:24". Text "SPCA556" appears in the header of game files.
Checked if file program under linux would recognize how it has been packed (offsets from 0 to 320 bytes) with no
obvious results. There are .wav(RIFF) and .mid files in those files. Im wondering if theres some sort of container or if they
are embedded in assembly. All of the three files seemed to have roughly same content in the first 320 bytes.

Checked DefaultFw.bin earlier and I think found some symbol suggesting BSD based operating system.


Try adding on case 3 the .bin files on the A partition (SPMP_G1_12M.bin, SPMP_N1.bin, SPMP_N1_12M.bin, SPMP_25MN1.bin). The emulators are stored on these.

Oh, the firmware I uploaded has got key sounds disabled (forgot to reset to defaults..). My fault.

So.. why don't you upload your MP4's firmware so we can test it?

Games aren't .gba, only .gb and .gbc. And I think the config is stored on USERCONFIG.BIN..

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zenitraM

Spain
PostPosted: Fri Feb 01, 2008 11:07 am   Post subject:  Re: Sunplus SPMP3050A - General Back to top 

Googling I found this other firmware: http://rapidshare.com/files/67557866/backup_jxd_661.rar

The only way I've been able to make it work was using my DefaultFW + its AIMG + my 3050ABin0.bin. And it only shows the JXD logo, a clock/battery level (my MP4 doesn't have internal clock Rolling Eyes), and the menu title. Choosing any option crashes the player (can be powered off by the Reset button). I'll keep testing..

BTW this one also seems to have GB+NES emulator.

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impeeza
I love my MPx player
I love my MPx player

Columbia
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 9:46 am   Post subject:  Re: Sunplus SPMP3050A - General Back to top 

hello boys, somebody have the drivers for upload in the download section? cause the page referenced is not available now. and someone can tell me which software use to backup and upload the firmware?

Thanks al lot

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dbg4870

USA US Oregon
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2008 1:37 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Hi Everybody and sorry I'm late to the party Smile

I got my PMP from here: http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=PMP-GAMEKING-II

Screen shots here:
http://mysite.verizon.net/dbg4870/GameKingII/index.html

It has a SunPlus 3052A chip in it...guts pics here:
http://mysite.verizon.net/dbg4870/InsideTheGameKingII/index.html

Drivers now here:
http://mysite.verizon.net/dbg4870/SPCA3050 ISP driver.zip

And firmware extracted here:
ftp://dbg4870.dyndns.org/ (SPMP3052A.zip in the SPMP3052A folder)

Mine also came with a CD-R full of over 1,200 NES game roms and 20 .bin games (in the GAME-CDR folder at the ftp site)

Mine plays GB, GBC, and NES games no problem BUT you can't control the volume in the games. Does anybody know how to fix that?

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dbg4870

USA US Oregon
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 11:55 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

Hi Again,

I see that some people are downloading the 1.56 and 1.57 firmwares from my ftp site. I just want to make sure you know those are not from my device. I believe those go to the S210C01 ARM based devices. Again, the firmware extracted from my device in zipped up in SPMP3052A.zip in the SPMP3052A folder. I don't mind if you take the others, just so you know the difference.

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dbg4870

USA US Oregon
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 11:59 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

Also, if you are just looking for individual files the AIMG and BIMG are extracted in the AIMGFiles and BIMGFiles folders.

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pove

Spain
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:52 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

dbg4870 wrote (View Post): › Hi Everybody and sorry I'm late to the party Smile

[..]
Drivers now here:
http://mysite.verizon.net/dbg4870/SPCA3050 ISP driver.zip
[..]


Thank you so much, but I think the link of the drivers is failing.

Thanks again.

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dbg4870

USA US Oregon
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:35 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 


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zerdrakon

Venezuela
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 2:35 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

(Sorry for my english i from Venezuela)

My device is similar to this:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.10238

How use as webcam? I press UP nothing...press DOWN nothing...A, B, LEFT, RIGHT, i go to menu CAM, too DV, but nothing...at connect USB cable ever is FlashDrive never CAM or some.

Upgrading firmware in this devices is posible? Is 3052 no 3050, the nes emulation is very good, but NOT HAVE GB/GBC EMULATOR...Information please!!!

Ah! NOT INTERNAL CLOCK, NOT FM RADIO, NOT DICTIONARY, NO SPANISH, ONLY ENGLISH AND CHINESSE...

Firmware version is: V4.01.070910

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zenitraM

Spain
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 10:21 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

zerdrakon wrote (View Post): › (Sorry for my english i from Venezuela)

My device is similar to this:

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.10238

How use as webcam? I press UP nothing...press DOWN nothing...A, B, LEFT, RIGHT, i go to menu CAM, too DV, but nothing...at connect USB cable ever is FlashDrive never CAM or some.

Upgrading firmware in this devices is posible? Is 3052 no 3050, the nes emulation is very good, but NOT HAVE GB/GBC EMULATOR...Information please!!!

Ah! NOT INTERNAL CLOCK, NOT FM RADIO, NOT DICTIONARY, NO SPANISH, ONLY ENGLISH AND CHINESSE...

Firmware version is: V4.01.070910


Try with ESC.
If you want you can add me to my MSN and I can try to help you.. yosoyzenitram at gmail.com

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dbg4870

USA US Oregon
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 12:05 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Download Links:

Hi All, I need to update the links to my files:

I got my PMP from here:
http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=PMP-GAMEKING-II

Screen shots here:
http://mysite.verizon.net/dbg4870/GameKingII/index.html

It has a SunPlus 3052A chip in it...guts pics here:
http://mysite.verizon.net/dbg4870/InsideTheGameKingII/index.html

Drivers here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/90955156/SPCA3050_ISP_driver.zip.html

And firmware extracted here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/90955155/SPMP3052A.zip.html

Mine also came with a CD-R with 20 .bin games:
http://rapidshare.com/files/90955157/BIN_GAMES.zip.html

Mine plays GB, GBC, and NES games no problem BUT you can't control the volume in the games. So I'm looking for a game emulator that does have volume control. Thanks!

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