Head-Fi.org › Forums › Sponsor Announcements and Deals › 1 $ for Hisound’s new released ROCOO player???
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

1 $ for Hisound’s new released ROCOO player??? - Page 56  

post #826 of 838

Deleting the files in de SYSTEM folder didn't solve a thing, but I do think the problem lies within the RoCoo/Micro SD card combination.

 

23 FLAC files (convert from WAV)

 

micro SDHC

- Sandisk 2GB  Ultra II -> Plays without problems, card is recognized in the player Player gives 522MB/19xxMB (don't know the precise number of GB shown)

- Samsung 32GB Class 10  -> gives problems, card is not recognized in the player. Player gives 0MB/0MB

 

Weird thing is the card worked before, with the same album on it.

 

What else to try? Blow my money on a Sandisk 32GB gamble?

post #827 of 838

They do say to keep it at class 6 or below.

post #828 of 838

According to Jack all sizes and speeds should be compatible. The card worked ealier with the RoCoo too.

Only the RoCoo gives problems my Cowon D2 has no issues with the same FLAC files on the same card (+Full size SD Samsung adapter).

So I'll return the RoCoo to get a different one, hopefully it helps.

post #829 of 838

Well, I hope my 64gb sandisk micro sd card works without any issues when I get my V

post #830 of 838
Thread Starter 

It is very complexed issue for the card compliance. it is not the problem of the player. mostly it is the problem of the SD cards.

 

hopefully , most card can be readed after formate the card with the tool . please try it to see if the problem can be solved.

 

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/download/sd_formatter20.html

 

 

post #831 of 838

Does anyone with rhe rocoo p have problems with their battery draining? I can charge mine until the red LED is gone, but even with the player paused and not doing anything the battery dies and I get a low voltage warning within 20 hours. Anyone else experience this?

post #832 of 838
Quote:
Originally Posted by 5370H55V View Post

Does anyone with rhe rocoo p have problems with their battery draining? I can charge mine until the red LED is gone, but even with the player paused and not doing anything the battery dies and I get a low voltage warning within 20 hours. Anyone else experience this?



Well if its paused and not shutting off then wouldn't that be your problem? The player is constantly running for 20 hours. I had this issue with my Studio V and solved it by changing a setting which will shut off the player after a certain amount of time music isn't playing. Its greatly extended the battery life of my Studio V and I barely ever charge this thing...

post #833 of 838

Hmm, that could be it. My sony player and clip+ doesn't use any power with no music playing and the screen turned off, so I just assumed the Rocoo would be the same. Thanks for the tip, unfortunately I left the Rocoo P in my dorm when returning home for spring break, so I'll get to try it in two weeks.

post #834 of 838

I have problem with my Rocoo P, when I try to play the song from my microSD card it says Media Engine Error, I did try to format the microSD by using the tools that suggested by Jack

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/download/sd_formatter20.html

 

but still it didn't solve the problem and the weird thing is, when I inserted the blank microSD into the Rocoo P, it still shows the files that shouldn't be exist (because I formatted the microSD already).

 

My microSD is Sandisk MicroSDHC 16GB Class 4, so I dont think the problem is on the card because I have other player that can read this card.

 

hope you guys can help me to solve this problem.

post #835 of 838
Quote:
Originally Posted by bimadz View Post

I have problem with my Rocoo P, when I try to play the song from my microSD card it says Media Engine Error, I did try to format the microSD by using the tools that suggested by Jack

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/download/sd_formatter20.html

 

but still it didn't solve the problem and the weird thing is, when I inserted the blank microSD into the Rocoo P, it still shows the files that shouldn't be exist (because I formatted the microSD already).

 

My microSD is Sandisk MicroSDHC 16GB Class 4, so I dont think the problem is on the card because I have other player that can read this card.

 

hope you guys can help me to solve this problem.


I had this problem in the past also, and thought my Rocoo was a goner, but all I did was re-install the firmware(old or new) and has been working flawlessly ever since...

 

post #836 of 838

My RoCoo is playing fine now with a 8GB TakeMS Class 6. A new 32GB Sandisk. We'll see if that works. Otherwise I could always re-use my old an trusted Cowon or buy a Sandisk Clipzip or so.

For my Samsung 32GB Class 10 card formatting didn't help and the card is properly recognized in my notebook and when inserted (with adapter) in my Cowon D2. Flashing the RoCoo also didn't help.

post #837 of 838
Quote:
Originally Posted by wormsdriver View Post


I had this problem in the past also, and thought my Rocoo was a goner, but all I did was re-install the firmware(old or new) and has been working flawlessly ever since...

 



I just re-installed the firmware and it's working fine now! thanks


Edited by bimadz - 3/22/12 at 1:49am
post #838 of 838
Quote:
Originally Posted by bimadz View Post



I just re-installed the firmware and it's working fine now! thanks



Your welcome!

BTW, I believe this happened because I wasn't powering down the Rocoo when I swapped memory cards...

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Sponsor Announcements and Deals
This thread is locked  
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Sponsor Announcements and Deals › 1 $ for Hisound’s new released ROCOO player???