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Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated)
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Mouss
I love my MPx player
I love my MPx player

Algeria
PostPosted: Tue May 27, 2008 10:36 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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Mountain

Denmark
PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2008 1:55 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

I have a STMP3600 based MP3 player.. which firmware I use to it?

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Mouss
I love my MPx player
I love my MPx player

Algeria
PostPosted: Thu May 29, 2008 9:18 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

why no one is here ?

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sustmi

Czech Republic
PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 1:38 pm   Post subject: Note Re: Dead 4ever? Back to top 

sustmi wrote (View Post): ›
Summary of the problem:
- after update to wrong firmware the capacity went from 2GB to 1GB.
- only 1GB firmware booted well
- with 1GB firmware only one of two NAND chips was accessible

whole problem description:
http://www.mympxplayer.org/image-vp49144.html#49144


SOLUTION:
The problem was that the second NAND flash chip contained wrong data.
But I found the way how to erase both chips and load the firmware to the clean memory.

The chip can be erased by special SCSI command.
1.) Get the SCSI Utility from http://logix4u.net/.
2.) Connect the player to PC and initiate the Recovery Mode with updater.sb that works (in my case it was 1GB firmware v006.003.260)
3.) Run the SCSI Utility and press F5 to refresh list of connected devices
4.) Right-click on the player in the list and choose "Execute Custom CDB"
5.) Then fill the table with these values:
Code: › BYTE 0: c0
BYTE 1: 7
BYTE 2: 0
BYTE 3: 0
BYTE 4: 0
BYTE 5: 0

Other cells leave blank, so the CDB Size will be 6.
(Values are in the hexadecimal form.)
6.) Then press Execute, accept the warning and wait a moment (10 sec.).

Now the first chip is clean.
The problem is that when you have 2 chips.
You must do a "reconnection" in order to access the second chip. But don't worry, it isn't so hard as it sounds. Wink
1.) You must disassemble the player
2.) Check the NAND chip (there is only one physical flash chip, but it consists of 2 separate logical chips)
3.) Google the datasheet for you memory chip.
4.) Now you must short-cut (make a connection) the CE1 (Chip Enable 1) pin to Vcc=3.3V (if it is the specific voltage for 'logical one') to disable the first chip.
5.) Short-cut the CE2 (Chip Enable 2) pin to Vss=0V (GND) to enable the second chip.
6.) Do the erase process with the SCSI Utility again, now with the second chip.
7.) Remove the wires (the shortage).

Now you can boot (initiate Recovery Mode) with the 2GB uploader.sb and flash the 2GB firmware (select the Format Data Area in the flasher utility).

This is how I did it. Now I have whole 2GB of capacity back.
Maybe it should be enough to erase only the first chip. I have erased both and it works.




Example NAND flash datasheet:
http://www.datalabs.ru/files/HY27UH08AG(5_D)(Rev0.6).pdf

Complete list of SCSI commands:
Code: ›  
byte 0:
SCSI_OPCODE_SIGMATEL_READ_COMMAND  0xc0
SCSI_OPCODE_SIGMATEL_WRITE_COMMAND 0xc1
 
byte 1:
GET_PROTOCOL_VERSION        0x00
GET_STATUS                  0x01
GET_LOGICAL_MEDIA_INFO      0x02
GET_LOGICAL_MEDIA_NUM       0x03
GET_ALLOCATION_TABLE        0x05
ALLOCATE_MEDIA              0x06
ERASE_LOGICAL_MEDIA         0x07
GET_LOGICAL_DRIVE_INFO      0x12
READ_LOGICAL_DRIVE_SECTOR   0x13
SET_LOGICAL_DRIVE_INFO      0x20
WRITE_LOGICAL_DRIVE_SECTOR  0x23
ERASE_LOGICAL_DRIVE         0x2f
GET_CHIP_ID                 0x30
CHIP_RESET                  0x31


If you have any questions, please ask. If you really want I can take some photos of the process.

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marqus

Peru
PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 11:47 pm   Post subject: Gniark ! Flashing a firmware SigmaTel 3502 Back to top 

Flashing a firmware SigmaTel 3502
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Type : USB Portable mp3/wma Player
Capacity : 128MB+
Chip: SigmaTel 3500, 3502 6
Brand: Fujitel, Recco, Startek, Titan, Master-g, Hitech, etc
MainBoard: MP807C MAIN V1.1 or similar
----------------------------


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19-K6ixOpzs

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pavanpeter

Belgium BE Vlaanderen
PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2008 10:30 am   Post subject:   Back to top 

Hello.
I have a SigmaTel MSCN Lavod Mp4 player
Its is 1 cm thin. black, has a 4/3 screen, a round pad with really odd simbols.

The problem is that the memory (2GB) can not be found anymore. not by the player itself nor by the PC.

These firmware tricks are cool and all. but how can you apply them when you can't go into the directories needed?

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rodmeister

Spain
PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2008 7:08 pm   Post subject: Warning ! Problem with my Sigmatel Player Back to top 

i have a problem and i dont know why happens, everytime i try to play media files in my sigmatel player, it restarts, files does not open, player restarts instead, i would to know why is that, because i tried to flash it, but the problem still. Here is a picture of my player. any kind of help will be appreciated.


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Xcr0n

South Africa
PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 1:16 pm   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

Thanks for the guide...

I have a mp4 watch 2gb like this...


MP4 Watch Link

I desperately need the firmware for this watch, as mine is dead, it recognizes as flash disk and when I put it in recovery mode it shows STMP3500 (I believe this is the chip in this watch)

If anyone has this watch can you please extract the firmware and send it to me?

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sevamanga

Chile
PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 1:58 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Th3_uN1Qu3 wrote (View Post): › STMP3504? If it has a 1.5 inch screen (square), try my firmware: http://www.mympxplayer.org/sigmatel-firmware-well-mp4-play01-stmp3500-df719.html



work with my 3504, but I not have menu, only white screen

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anukotor

Indonesia
PostPosted: Sat Aug 02, 2008 3:15 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

working perfectly, big thanks

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Avance2iris

Netherlands
PostPosted: Thu Aug 21, 2008 11:24 am   Post subject: Beark ! Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

Hey

I got this Lavod LFA 232

Sigmatel Chipset 3502
Hynix HY27UF082G2M

would like to make it possible to use mp3 player functions again.

Right now im stuck with rediculious usb memory stick function only.

It got stuck when using mp3 filetransfer on Windows Vista.



Tried files here allready I need the firmware or another working one! of this player again.
If you have one working let me know...

thnx.

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unseen

Romania
PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 8:30 am   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

Hi Th3_uN1Qu3!
I have a Tangent Jukebox 256MB MP3 Player, LIKE THIS.
Based on Sigmatel STMP 3502 L100E-CA6 chip with board nr. 500SF V1.9
I am not able to switch it on, but when i connect it to USB port, Win finds it as Sigmatel MSCN USB Device. On the players display appears the FW version: 2.600.100
It appears also in My Computer as Removable Disk, but i'm unable to access it, gives some I/O error.
Could You please guide me what to do, and provide some firmware.
Thank You, regards.

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unseen

Romania
PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 5:48 am   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

I have found a Fw with version 2.600.100
I did the upgrade, windows recognized as mass storage device, but now nothing appears on LCD, nor I cant switch it on.
I found another similar fw version 2. 611.101, but after update my player almost died completely. I was not able to put in recovery mode anymore, no matter how long i kept pressed the play button, nothing.
I was absolutely sure, that it was completely dead. In my desperation i've tried everithing, and with a huge luck, dont know how tho, i've started the FW download tool, and while it was searching for a device, i made the recovery procedure, and it came back alive again. I uploaded again the 2.600.100 fw, and works as a mass storage device.
I still need some help please, if somebody has a similar player, or knows some link.
Which of the files are for the play mode? Coz i dont want to mess anymore with the other ones.
Thanx!

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Th3_uN1Qu3
MPx-a-lolics Anonymous
MPx-a-lolics Anonymous

Romania European Union
PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:06 pm   Post subject:   Back to top 

Even though the firmware is modular, i could never get files from different firmware packages to work together.

If you have tried all firmware posted above or in the site's download section and none works, i'm afraid you're out of luck.

I've had a Meizu M6SL for almost an year and love it. I've given my Sigmatel player to my mom, and she only uses it as a voice recorder. It's been a while since i last played with it, and i remember spending a lot of time searching while i was messing around - firmware for those players is very hard to find, and in the end it's not really worth it.

I'm sorry i can't help you more.

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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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cipkby

United Kingdom UK England
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2008 7:17 pm   Post subject:  Re: Sigmatel recovery guide (Updated) Back to top 

Hello Th3_uN1Qu3,
I have a Logik oiii 2Gb Mp4 player recognized as sigmatel 3660. Using firmware extractor i have extracted 4 files from a working player.
I've tried all your programs(stupdaterapp.exe) but the only one that worked was maxfield g-flash. It recognize the mp4 in recovery mode, but it needs 6 files and I have only 4. Can you help me.
best regards

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