Jz4770 Usb Boot Device Drivers For Mac

I recently purchased a Mp5 player with Tv-out, which I assumed was a 27xx RockChip, but when I tired to extract the firmware using rkusb.tag, nothing happened. I then carefully opened up the player and found that it had an Ingenic JZ47xx chip. I believe this is a clone of the Onda VX767. In appearance, it is exactly the same as 'Coversion Free 3' 16:9 QVGA 8GB MP4 MP3 MP5 Player LA2-8R' available on TinyDeal.

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If I hold the 'menu' button, before connecting the USB cable to the PC, I get a WinXP message that asks for drivers for the JZ4740 USB Boot device. Does anyone know where such drivers can be found? I was not able to find any via a google search.

If any one has a.hxf firmware file for Onda VX767 clone, could you please upload a copy. Many thanks No rating. How to download youtube videos to computer. Re the USB driver, I found some additional info at the Ingenic's web-site.

The Ingenic's web page in the development section for JZ4740, has downloads for USB Boot tool, but it looks like you need to develop your own drivers? My 'Conversion Free-3' TFT 16:9 screen' mp5 player with TV-out, has an Ingenic JZ4725 CPU chip, and an overview of the JZ47xx chip is shown here. Total Chips in MP5 player ================== CPU: Ingenic JZ4725 Flash Memory: Two Samsung 4GB chips; K9LBG08UOM FM Radio: SP3767AHN TV Encoder: Chrontel CH7024B-DF Audio Amp 1watt: LM4890 Unidentified: 48LCAM10A1? (anyone know what this chip is for?) The Chipgenius v2.64 tool reports the following info for this player: ================================================ Device Name: ++[E:][G:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Ingenic JzSOC USB-DISK USB Device)(Ingenic Jz. PnP Device ID: VID = 0525 PID = A4A5 Serial Number: 77 Revision: 0100/0100 Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1) Chip Vendor: (No match record) Chip Part-Number: (No match record) Product Vendor: Ingenic Product Model: JzSOC USB-DISK Tools on Web: (N/A) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The firmware is Version 1.3.0.12 The toolbox has two options regarding the firmware: Recover System and Updating. Does anyone know how the 'Recover System' option works for this Ingenic player? Does it have a copy of the compressed firmware on-board and makes a recover from that file, or do you need a backup copy of the firmware?thanks for any additional info p.s.