My new MP3 player AK2025 is supposed to be 16GB but I am not too sure. The following is written on the sole chip: SAMSUNG 925 K9GAG08U0M PCB0 YCE6P7ABC I did a search & found "K9GAG08U0M-PCB0 is a 51 nm 16 Gbit (2 Gbit x 8 bit) NAND flash memory". Am getting confused. Is 16G bit x 0.125 = 2GB ? I just got scammed on a 16GB USB flash & in communication with the ebay seller for redress.
Last edited by dreamerman on Thu Jul 16, 2009 2:25 am, edited 1 time in total.
But make a test: Try to fill your player with files (any file: songs, movies, applications, etc) and see if it can save more than 2GB of files. If yes, continue to fill it until to reach (or not) 16 GB.
Thanks but I am afraid I may stuff it up & can't use it anymore. Have seen posts where people tried to load-up to see actual capacity but later can't delete those files. Also have read in other posts that AK2025 is rather a new scam & the existing way to size it back to proper capacity won't work. Would be thankful if you can point me to the right direction.
Schopf wrote:You may recreate partition, to make a real 2GB. To do that, use tools you received in a cd with your player.
Useless tools in CD not in English. So I downloaded MP3 Player Utilities 5.09 & Format Factory V2.0. I read somewhere that the MP3 Player Utility don't work for AK2025 (oops not AK2050 in title bar). Do you know if that is true ?