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Subject: Re: Xduoo X3 no partition found for rockbox

Re: Xduoo X3 no partition found for rockbox

From: David Mehler via rockbox <>
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2021 23:24:59 -0400


I put my sd card in the other x3, it works fine in mine, on the other
one it just held at the rockbox loading screen. This is sounding like
a boot loader issue, possibly. Is there anything I can do?


On 7/24/21, David Mehler <> wrote:
> Hello Jan,
> Thanks. I'll try the official sd formatter of your link. How do I tell
> which version of the boot loader I have? Can I get that from the
> rockbox utility or windows commandline?
> Thanks.
> Dave.
> On 7/24/21, Jan Hasebos via rockbox <> wrote:
>> Hello Dave,
>> Could you try formatting it with the official SD Association Memory Card
>> Formatter <>? Does it boot if
>> you
>> use a different μSD card? Also, which version of the bootloader is
>> installed
>> on your device?
>> Jan
>> On 25 Jul 2021, 01:39 +0200, David Mehler via rockbox
>> <>, wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I've got an Xduoo X3, works with the original firmware, switch up, but
>>> when switch is down and it is powered on I get the message no
>>> partition found for rockbox. I checked the sd card it's only an 8gb
>>> card, it does have a .rockbox folder on it. I did some googling and
>>> found a message similar that said that it needed to be formatted as
>>> fat32 with 4096 bit clusters. So using win10's format command with the
>>> appropriate switches, and after copying off the existing content, I
>>> formatted it, reloaded the content, and am apparently getting the same
>>> error.
>>> Help appreciated.
>>> Thanks.
>>> Dave.
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