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post #106 of 123
Quote:
Originally Posted by Aces84 View Post

Hi everyone,

 

This is my first post on head-fi.  I've been having problems with my Rocoo P DAP.  Essentially my unit which has the default latest firmware can't read the contents of my microSD cards.  It was fine yesterday reading my 8gb microSD but then i decided to try out my 16Gb card and that caused my unit to hang (in 'initializing CMI' for 5+ minutes) so i decided to do  a reset.  After that reset, the unit can't read any of my cards including the 8GB card.  Whatever card i put in, the unit will just take maybe 5 seconds to read it (which is weird since I know it should take longer than that) and when i go to external media, all i see are 'unknown' folders and some artist folders which doesn't have any file.  What I did was to reformat one of my cards and then insert it without any music in it.  The same 'unknown' folders and the same artist folders showed.  I also tried to insert a card with only 1 album cd with no tags.  Still the same behavior I got. 

 

I've reset the unit with the card inside and also without the card but I still encounter the same problem.  

 

Is there anything else i can try to solve this?

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

hey bro :P

 

if your computer can still detect your rocoo-P if you connect it, i suggest to try method below:

1. connect dap to computer

2. delete (or cut to desktop) the "system" folder inside the rocoo-P

3. disconnect dap to computer

4. restart rocoo-P

 

after reboot, the rocoo-P will recreate the system folder and those "ghost" files should be gone along with it as well. i had similar problems with the studio-V i had before and i just deleted the system folder and the problem fixed afterwards.

 

HTH

post #107 of 123

Bro dyaems,

 

it worked :-) thanks.

 

with your studio, were you able to successfully use 16gb cards (class4)?  i read somewhere that the rocoo player requires class 6 cards.  I'm not sure if this is accurate.

 

Thanks again.

post #108 of 123

not sure what class i used that time, but it is 16gb.

post #109 of 123

I am able to use class 6/10 32 GB in my BA, no problem at all. 


Edited by audionewbi - 8/9/12 at 7:10pm
post #110 of 123

So, any news about firmware development?  I think it would be good solution if Hisound's team port Rockbox on their devices, or its not?

post #111 of 123

I run a Class 4 32 GB scan disk and it works fine

 

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post #112 of 123
I've finally managed to use my 16gb class 4 card with the rocoo.
post #113 of 123

Okay so I just installed the Dynamic DT on my rocoo BA and either I am crazy and imagining things or it infact I hear a change in SQ in a very positive way! 

post #114 of 123

"Okay so I just installed the Dynamic DT on my rocoo BA and either I am crazy and imagining things or it infact I hear a change in SQ in a very positive way!" 

 

  No, you are not imagining that change... I had exactly the same experience when i made that change...


Edited by Sauntere - 9/7/12 at 8:18am
post #115 of 123

Just wondering, Can the Rocoo P use any firmwares besides itself? I tried dynamic and I couldn't adjust the volume from max.

post #116 of 123

Just open the system file in the root directory and delete it's contents. Do not replace the memory cards when the unit is on.

post #117 of 123

Hmm that's interesting. After I restarted the Rocoo P, the max volume problem disappeared. Well that's good.

post #118 of 123
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Originally Posted by Cryok95 View Post

Hey guys, great news!! Jack from hisoundaudio told me they are planning a release of a new firmware in 15 days :)

Any news on the firmware upgrades? 

post #119 of 123

So these updaters dont run on windows 8, looks like. How to **** am I going to swap firmware now, wonder if win 7 on virtual machine would work.

post #120 of 123

I have such situation with my Rocoo-A, that my card inside is not working. Device can read it, but I am unable to open it. After choosing card in option, rocoo suspends for a second and opens forlder from built in memory. Do you know how can I solve this problem?
 

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