S1 MP3 players are a type of digital audio players based on many types of chipsets. The popular ones include the Action and ALI chipsets. They are sold under dozens of other different brands and in a variety of case designs. Players were widespread around 2005-2006 and have since been replaced by more advanced models.
There are also several models that do not have any brand or model name on the device or packaging, and some sold under counterfeit brands such as Sony, Samsung, iPod and others that use the same spelling in their brand and a different brand style. with opposite effect to established brands that offer similar or unrelated products.
* MP4 & mdash; Typically denotes a more advanced player
The following are brand names in alphabetical order that have related relevant articles in Wikipedia.
The utilities available for Microsoft Windows include an ACT to WAV file converter (for files stored on the device), a basic desktop editor for entering phone details, and device drivers for Windows 98. A CD-ROM 8 cm container or all this is included with some versions of the device.
The firmware used in the various S1 MP3 players differs significantly, but this is not widely understood. Problems arose when consumers attempted to upgrade their drives using incompatible firmware with a higher version number. This can damage players almost permanently. However, a “dead” drive can sometimes be recovered by opening it, bypassing some pins and downloading a complete firmware from the PC.