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post #121 of 828
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

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Go to Settings > Ver Infor

I'm running the latest dynamic firmware, and am also experiencing the question mark on a few albums I'm not able to play at all, MP3 format too. confused_face_2.gif


And exactly what would that latest version be lol?  Version 2011.12.23  VT: DT-DYNAMIC?

 

post #122 of 828

Just latest FW have "Ver Infor" in Setting.

post #123 of 828

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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

And exactly what would that latest version be lol?  Version 2011.12.23  VT: DT-DYNAMIC?


Indeed. smile.gif

post #124 of 828

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Originally Posted by saykong View Post

Try to delete playlist and system folder.


No luck. frown.gif

post #125 of 828
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

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No luck. frown.gif



I figured it out :) I'll tell you if you tell me your secret to "lurking in the darkness on headfi" ;)

 

I won't be that way but you gotta tell me your secret after though...

 

Ok in order to get your tracks showing I notice you'll have to remove ID3V2 for your FLAC files and I'm guessing MP3 files as well and write ID3v1 and save it. I'm doing this via mp3tag program (freeware and a lifesaver at that). I use this program all the time to rename my FLAC files and mp3 files and it really speeds things up and renames on the fly :). This will solve those issues for everyone. Once you have installed mp3tag go to the "Tools" tab. Select "Options". Uncheck write APEv2, uncheck Remove ID3v1 and APE. Make sure ID3v2 is checked under "Remove". Then after you have applied this click on the X button to remove the selected tags. Then after click save (the disk icon) to make sure the changes are applied. Good luck and enjoy a pretty much near flawless audiophile player. Who knew we'd see the day ;).

post #126 of 828

Much appreciated lee! It's only right I share the so called 'invisible' mode. wink.gif

 

Just below the last post, on any thread, it'll read:

 

Currently, there are X Active Users  (X Members and X Guests) Make me Inactive (hidden)

 

Simply clicking that last "Make me Inactive" will do the trick. It's just as easily reversible. smile.gif

post #127 of 828
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

Much appreciated lee! It's only right I share the so called 'invisible' mode. wink.gif

 

Just below the last post, on any thread, it'll read:

 

Currently, there are X Active Users  (X Members and X Guests) Make me Inactive (hidden)

 

Simply clicking that last "Make me Inactive" will do the trick. It's just as easily reversible. smile.gif


Thanks. One more thing. After you've clicked remove tag (once you've followed my directions to a T that is) just click the left arrow undo. And it should put your flac information back onto the track without v3.2 :) so no need to search to refill all the track info.

 

post #128 of 828
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Originally Posted by saykong View Post

Try to delete playlist and system folder.



are you for real? the operating system is stored in 'system' folder. you can show the hidden files to prove it to yourself

post #129 of 828

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Originally Posted by i_djoel2000 View Post

are you for real? the operating system is stored in 'system' folder. you can show the hidden files to prove it to yourself


facepalm2.gif And I tried this...

 

Thankfully, haven't encountered any issues at all. biggrin.gif

post #130 of 828

Ahhh, the internet. The very reason why formatting during installation of firmwares is a just a little bit scary the 1st time you try it.

 

Did the retagging help with the ? FLAC files. It's interestng how a couple songs from an album will do this. I'm thinking of going to Nero encoded aac 400 cbr to double storage and not have the channel flip thing anyway but I'm curious.


Edited by goodvibes - 1/1/12 at 4:11am
post #131 of 828
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Originally Posted by i_djoel2000 View Post



are you for real? the operating system is stored in 'system' folder. you can show the hidden files to prove it to yourself



I doing this more than 5 times, and I think the operating system is store in hidden partition that why the instruction ask you to format after update FW .

post #132 of 828
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Originally Posted by saykong View Post



I doing this more than 5 times, and I think the operating system is store in hidden partition that why the instruction ask you to format after update FW .



the instruction is to format the memory. i think it's referring to micro sdhc memory card, not the internal memory

 

but what do i know, as long as it works out for you. carry on..

post #133 of 828

Format the memory = Format the Internal memory. After I did the format, only a system information file (text file containing version) was left on the internal memory. Don't remember what the System folder contained, but I don't think it's firmware related. May be Jack should clarify.

post #134 of 828
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Originally Posted by esanthosh View Post

Format the memory = Format the Internal memory. After I did the format, only a system information file (text file containing version) was left on the internal memory. Don't remember what the System folder contained, but I don't think it's firmware related. May be Jack should clarify.



okay, i'll see if i got this right. you install the firmware, then you format the memory where you put your firmware into. correct?

 

my question, why would we install the firmware in the first place if we're going to format it later on?? confused.gif


Edited by i_djoel2000 - 1/1/12 at 8:53am
post #135 of 828

Maybe someone could make a comment about Studio V & Rocoo P? How do they compare to each other?

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