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Old 21-03-2005, 07:53
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MP3 problems

One other thing. The player will only recognize audio files. make sure you are only copying MP3, WMA files. If you maistakenly drop a text file or video file or executable file it may choke the player.
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Old 21-03-2005, 15:01
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MP3 player Website

I think this is the site for the MP3 players. Mine seems to be the model XD-18/FM bu there's a bunch of other models also listed. Go to: http://www.xundu.com/index.htm Good luck.
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Old 04-04-2005, 01:53
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Hi !
I've baught an unbranded mp3 player with 512mb which is having fm radio also
i've tried upgrading firmware, but while upgrading the PC hanged .
I did wait for 30 minutes after which i restarted the PC . Now the mp3 player
is neither getting detected by PC nor displaying anything.
Can anybody help me, Its only 10 days i've used it. and i'll be very grateful if anybody can help me out or give me the address of repairer .


However , i've got the manufacturer's name and i've seen the same model pictures on their site, but they're not replying my mail.
I've baught it from a small shop MBK Centre, Bangkok.

regards,
Shashank Parab.
(Mumbai ,India)
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Old 09-04-2005, 00:45
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Lightbulb Do this it works for me


I bought me mp3-player from E-bay.
I Have same problem I succeed to format my mp-player.
It seems to shut down the whole time when I put it on.
Do these go in the dos window in XP and write
Format X: /FS FAT when X: is you mp-player’s place
It works for me try this when I Format my mp3-player with FAT-32


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Old 11-04-2005, 16:28
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Help

Hi my MP3 is similar to the one pictured earlier however my MP3 doesnt have a formatting problem its that all of a sudden the sounds disappeared even though I put it to full volume it inexplicable is almost silent.
so if any one has any ideas or knows this problem i would be grateful for your advice or help.
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Old 13-04-2005, 07:22
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Thumbs up samsung chip mp3 fix

the company that manufactures this product has a FAQ page that should help ALL of you out. please try it. http://www.xundu.com/english/faq.asp LET ME KNOW HOW YOU COME OUT AS I HAVE ORDERED ONE OF THESE ALSO.
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Old 16-05-2005, 03:26
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very complete manual, but in french

this is a very interesting link, especialy for the guy form the #25 post.
http://membres.lycos.fr/miniforum/manuel.html
the only problem is that it is in french, but it can be read through bebelfish.altavista.com or something like that
it seems that actually only the nand flash memory of the players is samsung, while the chip that does all the work is "atj2085"

hope it helps
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Old 31-05-2005, 14:32
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Moin

Hy. I'am from Germany and i have the same prob like you (i think so). I'am searching for "AdfuUd.sys". I bought this mother****ing dam stick on ebay. The seller comes from HongKong. It is a german guy. I wrote him my problem. No answer. (I'am sorry about my very bad english (gramma)). The Stick was installed of my PC. He doesn´t work for a time. Now he work´s (Plug and Play) but i cannot install the driver (AdfuUd.sys).

Hope anyone can help me.

sis.slowli.com/2005/04/15/vermeidliches-firmen-upgrade
Here i found help. Hope you can find more than i.

mfg

KillSwitch
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Old 13-06-2005, 15:22
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Any advice?

I just bought one of these MP3 player's (the 512 MB on ebay) which everybody seems to be having problems with. I haven't received it yet and was wondering what steps I should take to ensure it works properly. I would really appreciate any advice anyone has to offer.
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Old 14-06-2005, 12:13
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Hi,

I have just bought a 1GB verion of the XD-18/FM froma guy on ebay. The MP3 player seems to work fine (I HAVEN'T FLASHED IT !!!!) but I do have a question if someone can help me....

It says in the manual that you can put the songs in folders on the device. When I put the songs into folders rather than on the root of the mapped drive it says that there are no music files. If I put a music file on the root of the device and then select to change the folder it only displays ROOT in the folder list on the device I can't see any of the other folders I have put on there. Has anyone managed to get the folders working ?

Regards, Mikeeeee
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Old 19-06-2005, 08:47
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Thumbs up I have to adjust!!!

I don't speak English, but I want to help.



they follow these item:
1) Uninstall all softwares of player and del the folder of the "file program". Now, reinstall the aplications.

2) Download firmware here:http://s1mp3.secret.com.br (firmware, drivers and aplications).

If the site will be aut, i can to sent for email (rcayret********com, writing in Portuguese, ) ;

3)connects the player usb in computer end executes "MP3 Player Update Tool", in MP3 Player Utilities 1.43 folder,

4) select the firmware (.bin) and upgrad the firmware.

now, to remove the player of the computer and reconnects. it is necessary format the chip (samsung) selecting the driver in "explorer windows" right button of mouse select "fast format (FAT), not FAT32".

it finished!!!

they forgive for my "English"!!!

Last edited by betoRJ; 20-09-2005 at 21:14.
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Old 22-06-2005, 10:02
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Lightbulb Hope this helps

I had a reply from the people I bought this off with some useful information in it concerning general use.... Hope this helps

(1)First of all, you should never install the driver from the CD for windows XP, 2000,
and ME. If you did, try to uninstall it cleanly. The CD is for Windows 98 only.

(2)as our players support music in MP3/ WMA format(should not under DRM protection),
please dowloaded some songs in these two music formats and save in your local hard drive
(such as c:\).

The player acts as a portable hard drive when connected to the pc via the 1.1 or 2.0 USB
port (USB 1.0 port is not supported). To transfer MP3/WMA music files between the player
and the computer, simply plug player into the computer with a USB 1.1 or 2.0 port running
windows 2000, XP or ME. (Windows 98 requires the driver from the small installation CD).

After you plug in, the player will automatically be recognized as a "Removable disk". Use
Windows Explorer to transfer the songs between your local hard drive and "Removable disk"
by dragging the mp3 songs from your local hard drive (such as c:\) to "Removable disk".
Once you are done transferring songs to the player, you can disconnect the player from
the pc properly(right click "Removable disk" and select "eject" to remove it from
computer, then unplug it from computer) and start enjoying the music.

Following is how to store and play downloaded songs properly

You can put songs in root directory (music not in any created folder is supposed to be in
root directory) or create folders to store songs. But our players do not support
subfolder(folder inside of another folder).

You can access the music directories you have created with the instruction below:

1). Turn on the mp3 player and then enter music menu. You should be able to see one song
displayed on the mp3 player's screen. DO NOT press the PLAY key yet.

2). Short click the MODE key once to enter the MUSIC submenu. Switch the MODE key
constantly either to the left or to the right to review the options until you see LOCAL
FOLDER.

3). Short click the mode key once to access LOCAL FOLDER sub-menu, then you should see
the directories you have created. Switch the mode key to the right or left to review the
directory options, and then select your desired directory by short clicking the mode key
once. Press the PLAY key now to play the music in your selected folder.

4). If you want to repeat the desired folder, short click the mode key once when the
music is being played. Switch the mode key to review the options, if you want to play all
the music, just select "repeat folder".
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Old 23-06-2005, 11:57
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MY MP3 is no more!

I`ve given up............smashed it up.cant be bothered anymore
However, a new one on its way from HongKong, Only cost £00.01 and £22.oo to post!
Still a tad expensive on the postage, but nevermind, this one should work?
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Old 01-09-2005, 09:35
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I too have a 512 worked for one day. Tried to load music and overloaded. After that it wouldnt initialize and went into default language(chinese). Did the mistake of exploring without understanding the menu and am left with a formatted stick. Now mine is all light blue when connected to USB or a battery. Help!!!!

pschitnis
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Old 23-10-2005, 07:35
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Quote:
Originally Posted by charic
MP3 Player product tool V3.3 seems to be as useless as a chocolate fire guard.

It seems were stuck till we find the link to an upgrade site
Can you email that program to:

ian <dot> hawdon <at> gmail <dot> com

i work at the s1mp3 firmware replacement project

http://s1mp3.secret.com.br

you should all be able to recover your players using the guide lines on that site
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