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Wrong firmware added in mp4 player.....

I have an mp4 player. recently, i upgraded my mp4 firmware with a wrong one and it made my mp4 an other device which windows cannot recognise.
please HELP If you can...............
My mp4 is chinese and duplicate copy of iPod Nano.

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You'll need to open up your player to find the plate and board ID numbers to be able to find a compatible firmware for your player. Take a look at this post here: http://mympx.org/forum/knowledge-base-faq/41330-how-recover-dead-mp3-mp4-player.html. This will tell you how to recover your dead player using your firmware.

Hope that helps.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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