About the decreasing memory problem

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Postby JedOi » Fri Feb 17, 2006 7:21 am

Open the player and see what chips are inside ...

256 + 128 = 384 (minus space for firmware & file allocation/partition tables etc') might account for your odd memory size.

I wouldn't be surprised if you have 2 memory chips, one 256 and one 128.

PS. also try formatting with the universal HP Formatting Utility.
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a Ram sent

Postby windom » Mon Feb 20, 2006 12:47 am

I've sent you the extracted Ram of a Sankey MP3 player, model MP3-2561, supposed to have 256 MB.

Board: mp482c main v13
Actions: atj2085 (main), ea4155, ab651,
nand flash: 28SA2760T (two chips, seems not to be Samsung nor Hynix! And it's the only letter in each chip).
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Mail Sent

Postby sanchitkarve » Wed Apr 19, 2006 5:24 am

I've sent you the RAW bytes from my MP4 Player [it looks kinda like the ipod Nano] using HxD as you said.

I hope you can help me out.
I've sent you the mail from write2sanchit AT gmail DOT com

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...of suckers and triers...

Postby Mugged » Mon Oct 30, 2006 4:09 pm

"i think its a firmware problem and not hardware"

"maybe you could do this"

"maybe you should format this way"

"maybe you could do that"

You're all very optimistic...
Don't try to sugar-coat it - you been conned!
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Re: About the decreasing memory problem

Postby jordan » Mon Mar 17, 2008 3:00 am

Mine is an MP4 player with 1.2 inc TFT color display with the squre type and having buttons arranged in a circular manner.
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