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Old 05-11-2007, 22:20   #1 (permalink)
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[ MP3 & Mp4 ] - All About Mp4 - Mp3 Players


I notice alot of people are interested of mp3 players firmware. I'll try my best to upload requested firmware which i have.
Pls if anybody wants mp3 player's firmware he/she should post act_**** infor of the player.

e.g: Actions 3.5.**, Actions 9.x firwmare.

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Ok what i need is how to indentify which firmware i have to flash with my mp4 or mp3. and how to solved common problem such as :
1. Restart problem
2. freeze problem
3.dead problem
4. no detected by computer when plug in!!

But what i find most is how to indentify which firmware to flash with which MP4 or MP3....

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Ok what i need is how to indentify which firmware i have to flash with my mp4 or mp3. and how to solved common problem such as :
1. Restart problem
2. freeze problem
3.dead problem
4. no detected by computer when plug in!!

But what i find most is how to indentify which firmware to flash with which MP4 or MP3....

Thanxxx
Use EASYCHIP to get INFORMATION
EasyChip will quickly give you information on your players chipset, Action, Sunplus or Sigmatel.

In Chinese language but just connect your player and run, EasyChip will detect your player and display chip information

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=V0577H57
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Extract First If Updating

Here are the instructions on how to extract the firmware of your MP3/MP4 player using the S1fwx tool. The S1fwx tool can be downloaded HERE:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=F1OVVMU4


1. Connect the player to your computer with the USB cable. Make sure your computer detects the player and a drive letter is allocated to your player from My Computer.

2. Download the S1fwx tool here. There is no installation required, just extract it to a folder.

3. Go the the folder that you extracted the S1fwx files.

4. Double click on the "extract.bat" file.

5. Press [enter] to let the software scan for your drive.

6. Check the line that says "detected drives" and confirm that it's the same drive as your MPx player.

7. Press the drive letter that corresponds to your MPx player that is detected by the program.

8. After you press the drive letter of your player, you will see Set device to f-mode

9. The S1fwx program will now read the flash

10. Once the S1fwx program finishes extracting the firmware, Press the [enter] button to close it.

11. Then the "unsafe removal of device" message comes up. Press the [OK] button.

12. Go back to the folder that the S1fwx program is stored and you will now see a "dump.bin"
file stored there.

13. Now run the "repair.bat" file to prepare the file so it can be uploaded back into your player.

NOTE: If you do not run the "repair" on the your "dump.bin" file after extracting it using the S1fwx tool, then you will get ERRORS when trying to upload it to your player.

14. Go back to the folder that the S1fwx program is stored and you will now see another new file, "dump.bi$". The "dump.bi$" file was the original "dump.bin" file from step #12. The NEW "dump.bin" file is now repaired and ready to be modified and uploaded back into your player.

15. This new dump.bin is the backup of the firmware for your player, so keep it in a safe place. The dump.bi$ is not needed.

COMING SOON:
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You can change the firmware you have extracted with s1fwx. Open the firmware file using FIRMWARE MODIFIER to modify the images and the text used by your MP4 players.

Can check and modify your firmware files: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JTWRGCPK


The program can:
1. Add/remove FM function (don't though as it might wipe out your "Games" from the main menu).
2. Set the default language to another language other than Chinese.
3. Change the type of battery(1.2/1.5V), and the logo BMP file from extracted .bin files from using the s1fwx tool.
4. Change the default contrast of your player. Helpful if your player is too light or too dim.
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Old 12-02-2007, 07:09   #6 (permalink)
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@gambitjam

1st thanks for meaningfull posts.2nd. i've one mp3 chinese made player like small ipod .
i used S1fwx program the dump.bin was created by soft in same dir. but when i try to use "repair" it gives me fail error "unknown firmware etc"
3rd. kindly update this thread with somemore information n tools.

once again thanks for the good info.

WBR

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when i connect mp4 player hang in start up computer ask for driver where can i get it
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Dead MP4 player HOW to solved??
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Dead MP4 player HOW to solved??
To revive dead player you need to disassemble your player. can u do it ? if you can then i can tell you step by step with necessary tools and tutorials.

Interested ppl can post here.

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when i connect mp4 player hang in start up computer ask for driver where can i get it
Your player is dead or alive ? if its dead then it may asks for driver but when its alive no need driver for windows xp. it only needs in win98.


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To revive dead player you need to disassemble your player. can u do it ? if you can then i can tell you step by step with necessary tools and tutorials.

Interested ppl can post here.

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Hello,

it'll be so sweet of u , if u kindly make a small tutorial to revive dead mp3/4 players.bcoz nowadays we facing lots of diff chinese etc. mp3/4 players dead due to diff reasons. so i'm lookin forward to this thread to get something meaningfull from helpfull persons like u.

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Here are the instructions on how to extract the firmware of your MP3/MP4 player using the S1fwx tool. The S1fwx tool can be downloaded HERE:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=F1OVVMU4


1. Connect the player to your computer with the USB cable. Make sure your computer detects the player and a drive letter is allocated to your player from My Computer.

2. Download the S1fwx tool here. There is no installation required, just extract it to a folder.

3. Go the the folder that you extracted the S1fwx files.

4. Double click on the "extract.bat" file.

5. Press [enter] to let the software scan for your drive.

6. Check the line that says "detected drives" and confirm that it's the same drive as your MPx player.

7. Press the drive letter that corresponds to your MPx player that is detected by the program.

8. After you press the drive letter of your player, you will see Set device to f-mode

9. The S1fwx program will now read the flash

10. Once the S1fwx program finishes extracting the firmware, Press the [enter] button to close it.

11. Then the "unsafe removal of device" message comes up. Press the [OK] button.

12. Go back to the folder that the S1fwx program is stored and you will now see a "dump.bin"
file stored there.

13. Now run the "repair.bat" file to prepare the file so it can be uploaded back into your player.

NOTE: If you do not run the "repair" on the your "dump.bin" file after extracting it using the S1fwx tool, then you will get ERRORS when trying to upload it to your player.

14. Go back to the folder that the S1fwx program is stored and you will now see another new file, "dump.bi$". The "dump.bi$" file was the original "dump.bin" file from step #12. The NEW "dump.bin" file is now repaired and ready to be modified and uploaded back into your player.

15. This new dump.bin is the backup of the firmware for your player, so keep it in a safe place. The dump.bi$ is not needed.

COMING SOON:
Modify your firmware using s1res tool to modify the firmware with your own images.
All download slots are full for my country, if you dont mind, can youi please upload on rapidshare..will be grateful

Thanks and best regards,
Yasir
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Here are the instructions on how to extract the firmware of your MP3/MP4 player using the S1fwx tool. The S1fwx tool can be downloaded HERE:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=F1OVVMU4


1. Connect the player to your computer with the USB cable. Make sure your computer detects the player and a drive letter is allocated to your player from My Computer.

2. Download the S1fwx tool here. There is no installation required, just extract it to a folder.

3. Go the the folder that you extracted the S1fwx files.

4. Double click on the "extract.bat" file.

5. Press [enter] to let the software scan for your drive.

6. Check the line that says "detected drives" and confirm that it's the same drive as your MPx player.

7. Press the drive letter that corresponds to your MPx player that is detected by the program.

8. After you press the drive letter of your player, you will see Set device to f-mode

9. The S1fwx program will now read the flash

10. Once the S1fwx program finishes extracting the firmware, Press the [enter] button to close it.

11. Then the "unsafe removal of device" message comes up. Press the [OK] button.

12. Go back to the folder that the S1fwx program is stored and you will now see a "dump.bin"
file stored there.

13. Now run the "repair.bat" file to prepare the file so it can be uploaded back into your player.

NOTE: If you do not run the "repair" on the your "dump.bin" file after extracting it using the S1fwx tool, then you will get ERRORS when trying to upload it to your player.

14. Go back to the folder that the S1fwx program is stored and you will now see another new file, "dump.bi$". The "dump.bi$" file was the original "dump.bin" file from step #12. The NEW "dump.bin" file is now repaired and ready to be modified and uploaded back into your player.

15. This new dump.bin is the backup of the firmware for your player, so keep it in a safe place. The dump.bi$ is not needed.

COMING SOON:
Modify your firmware using s1res tool to modify the firmware with your own images.
how to upload now dump.bi$ in to mp4 player ?????
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here is all info...
www.s1mp3.org
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