Debian Hardware :: Sansa Fuze V2 Not Being Recognized Over USB?

Sep 20, 2010

First some background info:The Sansa Fuze seems to have rather spotty USB performance for Linux users based on what I've been able to find on the internet. I got one brand new a few weeks ago, and it half worked for me. By "half-worked"ean it would show up eventually (maybe after a few seconds delay, or after running lsusb multiple times), and sometimes it would suddenly disconnect (tons of bad block messages in dmesg) and come back a minute or two. In any case it was definitely not the nice reliable behavior one sees from normal USB flash drives, which is what MSC is supposed to be. This went on until I decided to rockbox it.

The installation went well using the RockboxUtility, but the USB recognition seemed (by my impressions, not hard data) to become even more spotty, so I decided to remove Rockbox (using the same utility), and did a manual firmware upgrade to the latest version (by copying the extracted fuzpa.bin to the root of the Fuze filesystem) to get rid of the Rockbox bootloader. Ever since then, the Fuze has stopped being recognized anywhere, although it retains its ability to charge from USB ports. Windows 7 is completely unaware when I plug in the Fuze. In Debian, sometimes I can coax the Fuze itself to show the Connected screen, but the system doesn't realize it and the most I ever see in dmesg are lines about new Sandisk device followed immediately by a line about USB device disconnect.

At this point I don't really know what to do so I am asking for suggestions of any kind.
One idea I had is to redo the firmware upgrade, but the catch is upgrading the firmware requires USB access. Is there a way (maybe using mknod or some kludge) to manually create a /dev/sd? device for me to mount the filesystem? If it matters I use thunar's volume manager handle usb devices. On the Fuze I've always used MSC mode

EDIT: an update
I started a watch 'dmesg | tail' going and then plugged my Fuze in and got the following:
(Note the time delay between the first disconnect line and the unable to enumerate


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Code: Select allGraphics:  Card: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Mullins [Radeon APU A4-6000 with R2 Graphics]
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