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Hisoundaudio Rocoo P showing "no file" when using Micro SD

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by lilburrito, Jan 24, 2013.
  1. Lilburrito
    I'm using my Rocoo P with a Micro SD for the first time, but whenever I try to find my files from my SD I get a "no file" message. When I switch the player on with the Micro SD in place a message flashes for a second about initializing something. I know for sure it recognizes it, even when I hook my Rocoo P up to my CPU it shows both drives at the same time. And oddly enough under "Storage info" in the "Settings" menu, it shows that my Micro SD has 0 out 0 space.
    I've tried deleting the system folder on the Rocoo P but that didn't work, I tried updating it but that didn't work either, heck I even tried reformatting the Micro SD. Please help me :frowning2:
    Just in case it needs to be known, my Rocoo P's format is at FAT32. my Micro SD is a "SanDisk Ultra 64 GB MicroSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card" and it's format is exFAT. 
  2. DGC Kiwi 17
    Hi Lilburrito - did you manage to sort this problem out ? My Rocoo started doing the same last week and I can't figure out what else to do (I've done the same as you). Thanks.
  3. mrboots
    Hi.. I have just seen this post... and I had the same issue, I was initially very peeved, as I love the sound/size, and feel of this little player, and loved the 'real' buttons!.. in the days of touch screens, allows blind operation!
    To fix the issue .... all I had to do was connect my player to my computer, and through the explorer, go to the internal memory on the player, and delete the 'SYSTEM' folder-- 
    This all get re-made when the unit is turned back on, but this sorted my issue right away, all files ok-- this is a glitch I think, the writing of playlists is the reason it takes a while when putting a new card in, it just doesn't seem to 'flush' them very well, so this forces it- Good luck 
  4. mrboots
    ah!> ok .. I posted fast, just seen you did all this  - hope you got this figured, and it isnt an issue I may get -

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