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Old 19th Apr 2008, 9:19 am
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Hello ,

I thought to upgrade my firmware because my mp4 player wasn't working anymore (from day 1!)
It seems i did a wrong firmware in it , and now it's locked!
I Can only turn him off by pushing the reset button (you know , in the hole).

I only could recognize the mp4 player as rockusb device ONCE , that's why the ugrade worked.
But it seems it is the wrong firmware.

Windows XP is installing a device driver by default ' mass storage driver' or something , but the only way we can do a firmware is trough the "rockusb" driver (downloaded here btw).

So , I know i can upgrade the firmware , but first my computer must recognise the device as a "rockusb" device , and not as "Rock mp3 device" (or something like that).

BTW : I can upload songs to it , and so on , the device is working , but it seems that the upgrade software only works trough the "rockusb" driver.

Can somebody help me out ?
I'm talking about this player ...

[web:89528d6d3b]http://www.ycibo.com/item/IT/MP4/touch_4G/touch_06.jpg[/web:89528d6d3b]
Many thanks, Kuoi
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Old 19th Apr 2008, 9:52 am
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This is how to get into update (RockUsb) mode,

All you do is this,

1) Switch the player OFF using the main on/off switch.

2) Hold down the "MENU" button and keep it held down.

3) Connect the usb to the player.

4) Wait for about 10 seconds before releasing the button.

5) You should be now in "ROCK USB" upgrade mode

6) Then just start ConsumerUpdate and upload your correct firmware.
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Old 19th Apr 2008, 10:03 am
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Many thanks for the quick reply.
I searched the web (and this forum) for 2 days now , and found this solution, but this doesn't work when the "rockusb" driver is not recognised in XP .
It is recognised as "Rockchip USB mp3" but that should be "rockusb device"
Then it worked 1 time , that's why the upgrade did work.

I've tried the method you tell me about 20 times now , but no luck.
Consumer Update keeps telling me "USB device not found" even when it is recognised in windows XP , and I can upload songs to it.

Hope this helps a bit , Kuoi
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Old 19th Apr 2008, 12:27 pm
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Have you tried the reset button hole?

You may have to resort to hard recovery,
here is a guide to help you:-
http://www.mympxplayer.org/recovery-...o28-df891.html

Here is a long thread on MP4nation for this type of player which may also help you:-
http://www.mp4nation.net/forum/viewt...&sd=a&start=60
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Old 19th Apr 2008, 1:56 pm
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Solved by the HARD WAY.
But have to find a good firmware still.
Every time , even with original wich was 'broken ' after 1 hour , everytime I want to start to play music photo ,video , FM it goes to start a game.

every other button it says " upgrading , please connect USB"

So , I have gotten my music played for about 1 hour , not even heard it , just could setup the radio.
When I started the game section ,all went wrong ... and still is.

Kuoi

EDIT : SOLVED by formatting the drive again.At this moment he works well !! :lol:
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Old 2nd Nov 2008, 6:51 pm
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i hv same problem like u, wrong firmware upgraded.
now all my menu "locked".
can teach me how to solve the problem.
the above link already removed.
can send me the new link.
many thanks!!!!

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Originally Posted by Kuoi";p=&quot View Post
Solved by the HARD WAY.
But have to find a good firmware still.
Every time , even with original wich was 'broken ' after 1 hour , everytime I want to start to play music photo ,video , FM it goes to start a game.

every other button it says " upgrading , please connect USB"

So , I have gotten my music played for about 1 hour , not even heard it , just could setup the radio.
When I started the game section ,all went wrong ... and still is.

Kuoi

EDIT : SOLVED by formatting the drive again.At this moment he works well !! :lol:
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Old 8th Nov 2008, 10:16 am
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hi
I do not know if that's the problem I had.
I did was firmware upgraded 00.00.0004_2008
and flash memory with HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool

and now I run well without any problem.
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Recovery guide here:-
http://www.mympxplayer.org/recovery-...o28-df891.html
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