Yes and no. After a month, I finally got a GP2X back, but rather than the First Edition one that I had before, it was a newer one (with the latest 1.2.1 firmware).Just had my GP2x 'brick' for no apparent reason. I've e-mailed gp2x.co.uk (email@example.com) for help, but no reply as of yet.
Critical - did you get your GP2x returned?
I conclude from this that they aren't actually re-flashing them with a JTAG cable, but rather that my unit was delayed because they were waiting for more stock.
linuxguy, you need to make sure when emailing firstname.lastname@example.org you don't send any attachments (even if it's just one of those plain text/html attachments that some mailers use). For reasons far beyond my comprehension (given that no other business I've ever dealt with has felt the need to silently reject such emails), some spam filtering software they use apparently blocks emails with attachments.
I'm delighted with my new unit, BTW. I was at the end of my tether with getting a replacement, to the point that I emailed asking for a refund (which they'd offered, to be fair), but they'd already sent the unit. Once I had it, there was no way I could have brought myself to send my lovely GP2X back
Hopefully your unit turnaround will be much quicker than mine - I have to say that I still think it was worth the wait.
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