The screen looks blue when i put on my "s1 mp3 player".This problem happened when i tried to upgrade it to a new version.Intially it was working alright but now nothing is displayed nor a song is played.Kindly provide me wid a link
of good ipgrade ver. of software n or list the waysa to tackle the problem.
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Re: The screen is blue
The following is the latest update for the nano - CLICK HERE
If your iPod is frozen or won't turn on, connect your iPod to your computer, then press and hold the "Menu" and "Select" buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds to reset the iPod. Resetting an iPod will not affect your files or preferences.
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I have/had similar problem. After upgrading from 1.06 to 2.02 (everything was OK), I tried to upgrade from 2.02 to 3.00 (from official website), but I got white screen after 99% completed. I could hear the music playing, but display was white. After this i tried formatting player but display was white again. Then I formated it in NTFS and that was the end. Even PC can't recognize it now. :( Crappy Samsung and all their products.
to download the firmware you will have to go to this website and find the
it looks like there no firmware update for the US version so try the UK version
download the zip file, plug your mp3, run the firmware updater, and this should works just fine.
try downloading the cd driver or setup driver it came with.
then look through it for a program with a rocket ship icon.
click firmware upgrade, plug your mp3 player into the computer, select the newest firmware upgrade(it only shows new or current ones), open it, then click start upgrade and it should be fixed.
MANUAL FIRMWARE UPGRADE PROCEDURE: During the upgrading of the firmware, if you turn off the power of M800, either by manually switching off the power or removal of the battery, the file system of M800 will be damaged, which will lead to booting failure problem.When this happens, you will not be able to turn on M800.Booting failure problem can be easily repaired by “manual firmware upgrade”.The procedures for manual firmware upgrade are as follows: 1. After firmware upgrade, only the blue LED under LCD is on, but LCD display is not turned on, please proceed manual firmware upgrade. 2. Remove the battery. 3. Put the battery back into the player again. * Notice ! : Do not turn on the power. 4. Connect the player to your PC. * Notice ! : Do not turn on the power. 5. While pressing the volume down button, power on the player. 6. Now PC should recognize M800 as one of its hard disks. 7. Download the latest firmware file into the root folder of the player. 8. Disconnect the player from your PC. 9. The blue light LED under the LCD display will flicker. 10. Wait for about one minute, blue LED is off. Turn on the player. The manual firmware upgrade is now completed.
I had nearly the same problem. My black tinytunes locked up from static electricity. Even after resetting, it would would freeze up whenever I tried accesing any menu item.
The fix can be found on the Brookstone installation CD. It's a blue, 3-inch disc with "Brookstone" on it. Put it in your computer's CD ROM and it should autoinstall the SigmaTel Audio Player. You may get prompted during installation that some files on your computer are newer than those on the disc. Choose to keep the newer files if this happens.
After the install, connect your TinyTunes to the computer. If you can, copy any files from the player on to your PC as they will be erased in the next step.
Now look for the SigmaTel MSCN Audio Player folder in your program files. Click on "Firmware Download" within. A window will pop up showing the firmware versions. Tick the "Format Data Area" box, then select "Yes" when prompted. Now hit "Start" at the bottom of the box.
At this point, a couple of blue progress bars will run for about fifteen seconds as the firmware loads. When it's finished, hit "close".