I upgraded my Captivate to 2.2 using the instructions that rogers provided. Before I did so I copied all my music off of the device.
I then upgraded the phone and then did a factory reset to 2.2 stock, as well as wiping the cache and all user data. I have done this twice now and get the same issue both times.
When I plug my phone into a computer it asks what mode I would like to use. I choose Mass Storage as keis is not installed on the computers I am using. I can start copying my music onto the phone, but when I get to around 1.3GB in, it just stops and throws the below error:
An unexpected error is preventing the operation. Make note of this error code, which might be useful if you get additional help to resolve this problem:
Error 0x80070057: The parameter is incorrect.
At this point I am unable to copy anything to the internal sd card, nor can I even make a new folder. Unmounting/remounting the phone has no effect. I have reset the phone/deleted user data/reset cache three times now and still I cannot copy all my data to the phone.
I just called Rogers tech support about this issue. They are "escalating" the issue (ticket number C33738217)
If you revert it to 2.1 it will work to copy files beyond 2.2gb but it is such a hassle to revert it to the initial rogers stock version.
Called Rogers again. Their technician was supposed to escalate the ticket when I first called (2 weeks ago) but it's been sitting in no man's land since then. Plus apparently, the previous tech gave me an incorrect ticket number. I just called again, and another tech asked me for which version of Android I'm using and whether or not I tried removing the SD card... I almost started screaming.
PLEASE CALL ROGERS IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING THIS PROBLEM.
This is now my ticket number: C34490211.
They will ask all the same questions that are already documented here. Seriously, save yourself some trouble and tell those technicians how to get to this thread, otherwise they will make you turn in circle..
The only thing that prevents me from returning this phone is the fact that the external SD card works. Otherwise I would have returned it a long time ago.
Their technician confirmed there is no easy way of going back to 2.1, so we're all waiting on Rogers/Samsung to come up with a solution at this point