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Need of firmware for IMP-65 MP3 player

Hello,
I hope that you can help me to find the correct firmware for my mp3 player discribed below:
Manufacturer INOVIX
Model IMP-65 Black
With FM Radio
Capacity 1G
LCD with 7 Colors Back light
Board id S350A1FC
Processor ATJ2085P
Memory SAMSUNG K9W8G08U1M
LCD MGF128032PB

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  • rbois Mar 02, 2009

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SOURCE: lost firmware of IMP-65 MP3 player

her is a link for the firmware download
IMP-65 Firmware

If this helps please rate the post.

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