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Postby Ingmar » Wed Sep 13, 2006 8:09 pm

Just bought Nano clone mp4 player. Bought it as 1Gb , ant it had issues with memory, got several format errors, It showed as 4GB player in PC. So I made format, and surprise - This player had 2Gb memory :) .
I see here lot of people getting scammed with wrong memory capacity , but I got actually more than I paid. And I tested, uploaded about 2Gb songs and no errors at all. :D
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Postby ian_hawdon » Fri Sep 22, 2006 8:40 pm

To verify the memory, you may want to open the player, and see what the chip says about the size of memory (the number on the chip will tell you the true size!)
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Postby sharperguy » Mon Jan 29, 2007 7:17 pm

How do you know if you're player has more than 1GB because on this chips the codes only go up to 8g
Firmware: 9.1.51
Capacity: 2.0GB
Style: Stick-shaped mp3 player with FM and voice-recording, no video desplay.

Dunno much else at the moment
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Postby ian_hawdon » Mon Feb 12, 2007 1:22 pm

look at the part number for samsung chips: http://shelby.gtlinx.com/~s1mp3/files/d ... number.pdf

To do: The file needs to be moved to the new server!
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Postby Benx » Mon Apr 09, 2007 2:46 am

ian_hawdon wrote:look at the part number for samsung chips: http://shelby.gtlinx.com/~s1mp3/files/d ... number.pdf


Holly Sh...!!!! My player has an K9WAG08U1A! It that means I have 16G in capacity?

Cause:

K=Memory
9=NAND Flash
W=SLC 4 Die Stack (?)
AG=Density-16G
08=Organization-x8
U=Vcc-2.7 to 3.6v
1=Dual nCE & Dual R/nB (?)
A=2nd Generation

If that's true, how can I enabble the full capacity of the NAND Flash in my player?
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