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Old 03-15-2019, 12:09 PM   #1
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10d6:1101 Actions Semiconductor Co., Ltd D-Wave 2GB MP4 Player / AK1025 MP3/MP4


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10d6:1101 Actions Semiconductor Co., Ltd D-Wave 2GB MP4 Player / AK1025 MP3/MP4 Player
. It works okay as an MP3 player (I have lo-fi ears, so don't think this means it returns great sound; I listen to news & talk when I'm out walking, not great music.) As a USB stick it misbehaves. Even though f3write/f3read find no errors, the file system gets screwed up and I have to make a new one. After a lot of use, the vulnerability seems to be creating subdirectories. As long as I never create subdirectories it works without error. This isn't a hardship for me. This USB id gets sold under different names (mine's 4GB, not 2) cheaply on eBay & elsewhere, without docs. So I put this here in case somebody else has one.
 
  


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