I know this isn't really the forum for questions, but I got a rockchip player a bit ago, and I was surprised to find such a cult following for these things, especially among modding circles. I'm eager as all hell to learn how to dump my player's firmware and mod it, only problem is I haven't got a clue what chip it's using, and I can't crack it open. I ran Chip Genius but all it gave me was:
Device Name: ++[E:][H:]+USB Mass Storage Device(ROCKCHIP USB MP3 USB Device)(ROCKCHIP USB SD...
PnP Device ID: VID = 071B PID = 3203
Serial Number: USBV1.00
Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)
Chip Vendor: RockChip
Chip Part-Number: RK260X
Product Vendor: (N/A)
Product Model: MP3 Player
Tools on Web: (N/A)
RK260X is probably what I'm looking for, right? The CD that came with this thing has some vague 'rockusb' drivers, but the unit itself looks almost identical to this: http://www.mympxplayer.org/album_showpage.php?pic_id=654
the external speaker slits are a bit different, though.
Also, the s1fwx tool isn't able to find any drives, and the rkusb.tag thing doesn't seem to be doing a damn thing, either. Any ideas?