Sansa clip updating firmware
Extract the file into a folder on your computer Once extracted, drag the two files to the root directory of your Sansa Clip Disconnect the Sansa Clip and let it begin the firmware update Once it finally finishes doing its update, it will turn itself off Turn the Clip on Select your language and region preference Afterwards, be sure to return your USB mode to where you had it before....these updates change it to Auto-defect.(Thanks to Free Z5 for pointing out the manual instructions weren't here...added!Enhancements: No new enhancement Bugs Fixed: Device hangs up after finished playing special mp3 files, which contain CRC error at the end of frames Known Issues: Refresh database progress bar doesnt scale with time FM signal is weakened during FM recording Powering off device is not available during Locked state Some language strings are in English Have to remove 200MB to allow enough space for DB rebuilding Voice deletion in MSC mode doesnt clean out filename This firmware has several bug fixes and enhancements, as listed below.This firmware has several bug fixes and enhancements, as listed below.Read the firmware change log / revision history Some info - those files come directly from the Sansa Updater app.After the updated firmware has been downloaded via the Sansa Updater, the firmware file is plain visible in the root folder of the Sansa (before you disconnect/reboot the Sansa, when the actual upgrade takes place - after that it's gone).To update the firmware manually, I am to drag the downloaded firmware file to the device's root directory.My question is, where do I find the root directory?
By updating your Media Player, you can actually prolong the device’s life because, this way, it will be in sync with the new industry standards for content creation.
- Once it finishes doing its update, it will turn itself off.
- Turn the Clip Sport on, Select your language and region preference - Once it is back to the main menu, head to "Settings" "Info", and verify the "Version" is now 1.36".
Many linux systems also have a directory called /root where some administrative configuration files are kept.
The root directory of a device (for example a cell phone or mp3 player) would be the top-level directory of that device. I did not know this but it is obviously helpful information for the future.
Upon completion of firmware upgrade, the device will turn off. If device does not initiate or complete, press & hold the Power switch for 10 seconds to reset the device and then release and press again to restart. board.id=clipplus&thread.id=4728 __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ _______ firmware has several bug fixes and enhancements, as listed below.