Songs not updating on sandisk fuze
People work on it when they have the time and inclination to do so. This FAQ applies only to models using Portal Player SOCs (currently e200 v1 and c200 v1). Immediately after doing this, hold down the | and all of its sub-directories read-only.
Rockbox comes with no guarantees, but we have never heard of a case of a user permanently damaging their Sansa by installing third-party software such as Rockbox. When disconnecting USB after transferring files, the c200 now complains about "Not enough space.
The problem is that the Fuze 's interface tends to either be too responsive when it don't want it to be (causing you to accidentally skip ahead or back), or not responsive enough, with the interface generally being laggy enough to get on your nerves.
The player itself also takes a surprisingly long 15 seconds or so to first boot up, but is otherwise pretty responsive when simply waking from sleep mode.
Disconnecting the battery is rarely, if ever, necessary. This issue also manifests as "No Sansa Found" in RB Utility, even if you've manually specified your model and assigned drive letter.
If you have San Disk's Sansa Updater installed, uninstall it and try again, making sure to run sansapatcher / RB Utility as an Administrator (right click - "run as...").
However, not following the instructions during install can force you to undergo a lengthy recovery process. Please free memory." and skips the database refresh. There are two ways to do this: Right now Rockbox does not communicate over the serial/dock or remote port.
Because of this, any accessory, such as a remote or stereo mount, that can actually control playback on the Sansa will not work.
If the Sansa hangs and normal power-off does not work, confirm that the lock switch is off and the charging cable is unplugged, then press and hold the power button until the unit shuts off (this could take upwards of 30 seconds, but it will eventually work).
The center button does work for entering charging mode on your player, but only if the player is already powered on and booted into Rockbox.
If you attempt this with the player turned off, it will boot into the OF.
The error codes of the bootloader are: I installed Rockbox before using the old method (without sansapatcher).
Now when I try to use sansapatcher, it gives me the error "OLD ROCKBOX INSTALLATION DETECTED, ABORTING". The sansapatcher tool has detected that you have previously installed Rockbox using the old installation method.