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Old 14th Apr 2008, 8:55 pm
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my 4 gig became a 235 gig... i think they use programs like stacker, to compress and decompress the files rapidly...
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Old 27th Apr 2008, 4:32 pm
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another seller to avoid is '2easydeal' on ebay...
with these: http://i23.ebayimg.com/08/i/000/e7/2c/a1ed_2.JPG

I've got caught with one of those 1.8" 2GB fake 4GB players,
I've now just started stabbing ebay, plus paypal over seller...
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Old 10th May 2008, 9:52 am
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What about my 512mb player?
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Old 13th Jun 2008, 3:26 am
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Hi there...
I'm also a new owner of a fake IPOD NANO 8 GB 3rd Generation...I would like to ask you all what do I have to do, since I'm a newbie in this matter, to know the real size of my mp4 player, how to install the most recent firmware, since the package does not give us any info about where or how to update...it's states to go to apple.com (lol) and finnally, is there any possibility to change the flash memory into a newer and bigger one? Is that an easy cost operation?
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Old 17th Jun 2008, 11:14 pm
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Hi there...
I'm also a new owner of a fake IPOD NANO 8 GB 3rd Generation...I would like to ask you all what do I have to do, since I'm a newbie in this matter, to know the real size of my mp4 player, how to install the most recent firmware, since the package does not give us any info about where or how to update...it's states to go to apple.com (lol) and finnally, is there any possibility to change the flash memory into a newer and bigger one? Is that an easy cost operation?

Please use the search function and enter the term "hacked". All answers have been posted for virtually all players and hacks. Use "memory " as a search term as well.
Here are a few links if you do not want to use the search function:

http://www.mympxplayer.org/hacked-4-...yer-vt839.html

http://www.mympxplayer.org/how-to-re...ck-vt2400.html
A little reading will answer all your questions.

Good luck
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Old 21st Jun 2008, 4:31 am
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Please use the search function and enter the term "hacked". All answers have been posted for virtually all players and hacks. Use "memory " as a search term as well.
Here are a few links if you do not want to use the search function:

http://www.mympxplayer.org/hacked-4-...yer-vt839.html

http://www.mympxplayer.org/how-to-re...ck-vt2400.html
A little reading will answer all your questions.

Good luck
1st of all thanks for your reply.
However, after downloading mp3 utils 4.05...i could not proceed with what was explined on the topic (how-to-removing-memory-hack) because I got the following message:

THE ENCRIPTED DISK, THE TOOL DOES NOT SUPPORT IT TO FORMAT.

What should I do now?
Please help me with this, because de Mp3 is driving me crazy with constant format error messages!
Big thanks in advance
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Old 14th Feb 2009, 1:23 pm
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just took my old mpx player apart and found this,

samsung 843
k9g8g08u0b
pcb0

Wtf chip is that, currently the battery is disconectedso i cant check the actual player.

edit: its ok i found the chip data sheet and turns out it is an 8GB chip which is what i paid for.

now lets see if the 16GB chipod clone is the same (if and when it arrives)
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Old 25th May 2009, 2:25 am
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Zaidon,

BRAVO!!!
Thank you!
If enough of us do this, eventually it will get back to the manufacturers, and they will find a more inventive way to spoof the firmware into showing more capacity.
I think they have found a few new inventive ways my friend.. The MP3 disk tool is pretty much useless on the new players I've purchased over the past couple months..Even the firmware info is hacked into saying it's a different firmware..This makes it extra hard to remove the hack and fix the player..
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Old 28th Jan 2011, 2:26 am
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Hi everyone,
I buyed an Mp4 player and used with no problems but today its only shows me a blue screen with busy sign.
This is my mp4 player
http://i54.tinypic.com/2i0en87.jpg
I would like to use my player again please help me how to bring it back to life.
Thank you
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Old 12th May 2013, 5:47 pm
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how did you solve the "upgrade drivers" on your "fake" mp3/mp4 player. cause this is the problems I'm having.
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