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Difference: SansaM200Port (r17 vs. r16)
There are 4 known hardware revisions of the Sansa m200 series, which makes discussing this player very confusing. If your player is functioning properly with the Sansa firmware, the revision can be determined by checking the firmware version. The first 3 all share the TCC770 SoC while the v4 has uses an entirely different chipset, see SansaM200V2Port?SansaM200V4Port for more info on them. This page will reference the v1, v2, and v3 models only. The main difference between these types is the way they deal with the flash memory. Some info culled from here.
Some initial work has been committed to SVN on 2 May 2008. It is possible to compile a build, but not much else. There is an working tick interrupt in the bootloader and a working LCD driver, but a working ATA driver is still needed.
It seems to be plain and unencrypted. The header includes data (like Ver:0071 ) that is also found in other Telechips firmwares. See TelechipsInfo for more.
If you get the binary upgrade executable from SanDisk and run it under windows, it'll store the SANSM200.rom file in C:\Windows\temp even though it fails to install it.
CategoryFrontpage: Sandisk Sansa m200 Port Index [New Ports]
r18 - 14 May 2009 - 16:41:48 - RobertMenesRevision r17 - 10 Nov 2008 - 09:24 - DanielStenberg
Revision r16 - 10 Nov 2008 - 02:11 - NicolasPennequin
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