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Subject: Re: Sansa Fuze V2 Firmware Updates

Re: Sansa Fuze V2 Firmware Updates

From: Tomer Shalev <shalev.tomer_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 11:38:28 +0200

Hi Brian,

This could be a bug, and if so you should fill a FlySpray item to report it.
But first we should rule out any possible error by your side.

Please repeat and specify the followings:

   - What Rockbox Utility version are you using.
   - What original firmware file are you using (provide a link to it, if
   possible).
   - How do you install it in RButil (manual/automatic installation).
   - What is the output of RB - did it succeed or failed.
   - Any other information that might be relevant.

Did you tried talking with developers in IRC?

Tomer

On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 7:06 AM, Brian Hansen <BC.Hansen23_at_mchsi.com> wrote:

> Well once again, I was able to successfully compile things, but after
> rebooting the Fuze, it still wants to load the Sansa firmware. In fact, it
> acts like it just rejected the modified firmware, and didn't even make an
> effort to install anything. Just to see if it would install firmware at
> all, I reinstalled the 02.03.33 firmware, and everything went just fine. In
> fact, it was like I had completely refreshed everything.
>
>>
>> So for what ever reason, my Fuze doesn't like modified firmware. Any and
>> all help would be greatly appreciated.
>>
>
> Did you patch the same firmware file that you successfully flashed your
> player with? Make sure that you've carefully read the installation
> instructions in your player's manual <http://www.rockbox.org/manual.shtml>
> .
>
> Please contact developers in IRC <http://www.rockbox.org/irc/>- they'll be
> able to help you with this (I can't help you more than this).
>
> Regards,
> Tomer
> Hi Tomer,
>
> Yes, I did patch the same firmware file that I was using. Every time I've
> made an attempt, I've followed both the Sansa instructions, as well as the
> Rockbox instructions to the letter. It's as if the patched firmware isn't
> passing a checksum process or something, and is being rejected by the
> player. As a matter of fact, the patched firmware file gets left on the
> Fuze after each attempt, where the non-patched file gets deleted after a
> successful firmware install.
>
> Blessings,
>
> Brian
>
>
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