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Derekus

Czech Republic
PostPosted: Sun May 24, 2009 7:43 am   Post subject:  Recovering firmware Back to top 

Hi.

I bought from ebay a mp3 player with OLED display and it's suppoused to have 8GB memory. Actually, there was some problems with fulling this capacity - when I sent there 10 folders with different intepretes, folder names copied right, but the content of folders was same.

So I tried to format whole memory, but after that, it stucks on "Starting..." screen with hourglass.

I spent few hours with reading your forum, Recovery guide and others - actually I get player connected in Vista as "Actions USB 2.0 (HS) WinUSB Device", but I can't find (better say can't download) the right FW which I could try through MP3 Player Update Tool. I found some firmware on S1FW.com site, but im completely unable to download them.

Chip is ATJ2091
Memory is Samsung 904 K9GAG08U0M PCB0
Plate is MP3-910002 Ver. 3.0

(info about player from ebay where i bought it - http://cgi.ebay.com/8GB-Design-FM-WMA-MP3-Player-klein-leicht-USB-OLED-BK_W0QQitemZ120418085562QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMP3_Player?hash=item1c097a2aba&_trksid=p3911.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1205 )

Is there any other place or way, how to get the right firmware that i could try?

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lolita
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China
PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 5:12 am   Post subject:  Re: Recovering firmware Back to top 

K9GAG is 2GB.

Also, 910589 is supposed to be identical to 910002, so try this one:
http://www.s1fw.com/Actions-ATJ209X/ATJ2091N/ATJ2091N-firmware-MP3-910589F-V2-0.html

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Derekus

Czech Republic
PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 12:42 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Thx. I tried this one, Player Update Tool works with that, but player is in same condition - only the sign "Starting" and hourglass is now mirror turned. Win still doesnt detect any UMS and Device Manager still shows just "Actions USB 2.0 (HS) WinUSB Device".

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lolita
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China
PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 5:02 am   Post subject:  Re: Recovering firmware Back to top 

Try the Product Tool. It has an Erase Flash function which may be what you need to clear/remap any bad blocks --- when the player stays at the hourglass screen, it's having problems verifying/loading the actual firmware, but since it can display the hourglass, at least we know your display and boot record got loaded correctly.

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Derekus

Czech Republic
PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 6:11 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Its weird - Product Tool doesnt run on my computer (ntb Vista), where i can get player in Actions USB mode, on desktop with XP Product Tool run, but there i cannot detect player /it is there as Unknow device and i cant update driver to ADFU mode Sad /

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lolita
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PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 4:13 am   Post subject:  Re: Recovering firmware Back to top 

Find another computer or figure out why the driver isn't installing properly. But that is the way to try.

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Derekus

Czech Republic
PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2009 5:51 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

Finaly i get the Product Tool works on my ntb (HINT for anybody who will need this - enable Compatibility for the "batchproduct.exe", WXP SP2 mode works great) BUT ProductTool doesnt detect device :/
It seems that my "Actions USB 2.0 (HS) WinUSB Device" mode is not enough, so i tried to install proper ADFU driver and it works. BUT Smile - what i should do now?

First step (flashing FW by Player upgrade tool) now doesnt works - so do i have to try anything else?
Product Tool detects player, but button "Erase flash" is disabled.

I really dont want to kill it completely Smile

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lolita
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PostPosted: Thu May 28, 2009 3:14 am   Post subject:  Re: Recovering firmware Back to top 

I don't remember well but I think you have to select the player to be erased before that function enables.

Posting screenshots would be a good idea.

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