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SANSA ClipZip Clip+ Fuze+ FuzeV2 Multiboot Bootloader and Firmware

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saratoga:
That means you didn't install the bootloader. Run the installer, select bootloader and then install it.

cj17:
I thought that might have been the case but I ran the installer again and made sure the bootloader was selected and it still did the same thing - booted straight into the Sansa software.

This is what I did this time round:

1/ I ran the utility and, with the bootloader box selected and using the stable release, installed Rockbox onto my SD card

2/ Created the redirect file in the root of the SD card.

What did I miss?

Do I need to use a daily build?

Do I still need to create the redirect?

Does it matter what version of Sansa firmware is on the player?

Thanks so much you guys for your help with this!

bahus:
If I remember correctly to install bootloader you need to flash patched original firmware(prepared by rb utility) using original firmware update procedure.

saratoga:
You need to install the bootloader onto the internal memory. The device cannot actually boot from SD, which is why it's dead if the internal memory fails.

cj17:
So I went wrong by failing to install the bootloader on the device?

So should I first install just the bootloader on the device via the utility and then install Rockbox without the bootloader on the SD card?

Really appreciate the help - thank you.

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