Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
I tried to upgrade with a new firmware I found in TEAC's site but I didn't notice that it was for the MP350 Model. I downloaded the firmware and upgrade my device. At the beginning it was working ok with some stacks that forced me to restart it. After some days the device closed suddenly and since then it was unable to open it. I tried to load the old firmware from my PC but it was unable to recognise it. I checked the battery and it was ok.
Do you have any idea?
Hi all, I finally found firmware. http://dspd.teac.de Lachmy
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
Yes, i have the same problem with the MP350 - unrecognizable device, won't start, and stops when usb-cable plugged-in...
i found the next solution... reflashed firmware(same version), plug usb-cable when device is off, and only then put it on, also put the cable only to 75%, enough for the pins to contaact, but not to toch the end of the device connector
- when usb-cable is inserted deeply into the socket... some problem appears, may-be a short circtuit or other, don't know
- when used more than 890Mo of the memory... device dies
- using folders to put my music in - the problem appears only from time to time, even with almost full memory... so - may be problem of the flash memory
of course, i'm not an engineer... i just tested and tested and tested... and tweaked a solution that enables ny device to work at least
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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