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#rockbox log for 2014-05-22

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00:46:03[Saint]http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,48232.0.html sure is curious
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00:51:53soapCould not one bad block do that?
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00:52:22soapPlayback position keeps getting written to the same bad block over and over and over?
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00:53:18gevaertsNot impossible, I guess
00:54:06gevaertsHmmm
00:54:17gevaertsHas anyone suggested checking the filesystem yet?
00:54:27[Saint]IIRC, he stated checking for badblocks and found nothing.
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00:55:11gevaertsHe stated checking the SD card
00:55:32[Saint]I'll post there and make the suggestion.
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00:55:33gevaertsAnd that's not very interesting :)
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07:49:22wodzMaybe someone buy clip sport and take it to Warsaw? Having actual device we could 1) try forcing device into adfu mode 2) solder jtag header and poke around. Could be fun
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09:04:10kugelthat would be nice
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10:29:38[Saint]Wait...what?!?
10:29:39[Saint]http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,48300.msg228449.html#msg228449
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10:30:26[Saint]If this is to be believed, then, whatever the "service" it was taken in for was managed to kludge a 6G main board into a 5G?
10:30:30[Saint]Or...what?
10:30:47[Saint]I'm confused as almighty Hell.
10:31:06Neiheh
10:32:02[Saint]Hmmmm...no.
10:32:07gevaertsUSB IDs don't lie!
10:32:18[Saint]I read it incorrectly, OP is just confused.
10:32:28[Saint]And, yes.
10:32:44[Saint]I wonder why he thinks its "supposed to be a 5G"?
10:33:03[Saint]Well...I can do better than wonder, I can ask.
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10:34:36gevaertsHe does mention a 60GB device
10:37:08[Saint]I....Hmmm,
10:37:32[Saint]If that is the case, it *must* be a 4G/Color/Video
10:39:00[Saint]But...then the HHD wouldn;t be compatible.
10:39:18[Saint]What the giant fucking fuck is going on here?
10:39:48[Saint]I didn't pick up on the capacity, I thought the user was just mistaken regarding device identification and invented what he thought happened.
10:40:22[Saint]TheSeven: ^
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10:41:23[Saint]The only way for this to make sense to me is if "60GB" is a typo for "`60GB".
10:41:30gevaertsDon't the video and classic take the same disks, once you get the CE-ATA out of the way?
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10:42:17copper[Saint]: what's "`60GB"
10:42:40gevaertsIt's an off-by-one of 1 on a qwerty keyboard :)
10:42:42[Saint]To the best of my knowledge, even though they are incredibly similar, it wouldn't be possible to mate a Classic Mainboard with a Video casing.
10:43:04[Saint]You'd need to replace the LCD too, if it were possible.
10:44:31gevaertsYes, those are the tricky bits
10:45:15[Saint]And IIRC, the 3.5MM jack and hold assembly and ribbon is similar, but not compatible.
10:45:38[Saint]What the heck kind of FrenkenPod did these guys create?
10:45:58[Saint]*FrankenPod (spelling of imaginary words is important)
10:46:28copperisn't it more likely that the guy is just confused?
10:46:50gevaertscopper: maybe, but that's no fun to speculate about!
10:47:26[Saint]The only way I can make it make sense is that "60GB" was a typo for "160GB"
10:47:45[Saint]Otherwise...wut?
10:48:11copper"I have an Ipod 5G (Video) 60GB."
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10:48:20copperno typo there
10:48:24copperno quotes
10:49:28copper"(not my original 60GB)"
10:49:32coppersecond time
10:49:38[Saint]He says the disk was replaced with an 80GB one, I just can't fathom how the fuck they kludged a Classic into the shell of a Video.
10:49:58[Saint]Not safely, at least.
10:50:00copper"my almost 7 year old ipod"
10:51:12[Saint]As gevaerts says, the USB ID doesn't lie - its clearly a Classic, but the fact that the OP doesn't state that anything else is out of the ordinary about the device makes me wonder how the Hell they did this.
10:51:37[Saint]And, why?
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10:53:51[Saint]Perhaps they did just outright replace the device and OP hasn't noticed the (quite obvious, I thought?) difference between the faceplates.
10:54:19Neior the op is just heavily confused after all
10:55:06[Saint]I'm willing to believe (at a stretch) that mating Classic internals into a Video shell is possible, but I doubt it would be mechanically sound and electrically safe.
10:55:59copperpeople are ALWAYS confused with iPod models
10:56:13copperit's when they're not that it's weird
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10:57:55[Saint]I'm making a few assumptions here, I admit. At least one.
10:58:17[Saint]I'm making the assumption that OP would notice that the Classic and Video cases are quite clearly different.
10:58:26[Saint]Perhaps this isn;t the case at all.
10:59:01TheSevenhm... the debug dump seems to suggest a 60GB drive as well
10:59:13TheSevenI guess it's ANDRZEJ'S I 55.61 GiB
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11:00:41[Saint]http://imgur.com/sHN8a2a
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11:01:14copperI know, torturing an ipod is a disturbing thing
11:01:58*TheSeven wonders what this thing will behave like after he gets the board swapped again now...
11:02:52[Saint]I'm still unwilling to believe the boards were swapped in the first place.
11:03:02[Saint]I can't see how its possible.
11:03:21[Saint]Not without a reasonable amount of additional fuckery.
11:03:21coppermaybe he just set out to drive you nuts
11:03:44[Saint]Believe it or not, I had been considering the extremely elegant troll scenario.
11:03:51copper:D
11:04:03[Saint]The information given seems to conflict itself so subtly, so perfectly.
11:04:14TheSevenwhatever this is, it has a classic USB ID but a 60GB drive
11:04:24TheSevenor maybe just a 60GB partition on an 80GB drive for some weird reason?
11:05:44[Saint]Or...<other>
11:06:08*[Saint] just hopes the problem magically fixes itself and OP goes away
11:06:22[Saint]For my sanity, I think that is best.
11:06:39[Saint]Lest I be forewver wondering the exact state of the device internals.
11:07:22gevaertsThere's also the scenario that the device was so badly smashed they needed to replace the case as well, but the disk surviving that sounds unlikely
11:08:23TheSevenI'd rather suspect that someone swapped the disk in a broken classic for a video 60GB one (if that is possible) and resold the whole thing as a video 60GB
11:08:30[Saint]And doing so wouldn't make any economic sense.
11:09:21[Saint]TheSeven: OP said he's owned the device for 7 years.
11:10:09TheSevenhm... if he bought it directly from apple that could have been one of the very first classics, right?
11:10:13[Saint]...yet its apparently 80, or 60GB (which lines up with a Video), but thinks its a Classic.
11:11:13[Saint]Hum. 2001 - I feel very old now.
11:11:28[Saint]The Classics are a lot older then I thought.
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13:00:39copper[Saint]: https://outpost.fr/tmp/QWq.png/
13:00:48coppersounds good, I can't hear any lossy artifacts
13:00:53copperI'll be RMAAing it later
13:04:54[Saint]Did you get a receiver that allows you to use your own monitors?
13:20:23copperyup
13:20:57copperwith a built-in mic and apt-X support
13:21:19copperclip-on thing
13:21:35kugelpamaury: ping
13:24:42copper[Saint]: https://outpost.fr/g0P → samsung.com: BHS3000 - OVERVIEW | SAMSUNG | Original URL: http://www.samsung.com/my/consumer/mobile-devices/accessories/accessories/BHS3000UBECXME?subsubtype=bluetooth-solutions
13:56:46pamaurykugel: pong
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14:01:10kugelpamaury: who's gonna book the hotel room?
14:01:30kugelpamaury: it would be better if you do it because you stay one more night
14:01:44pamaurykugel: ok, I will do it
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14:02:57kugelcool
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15:26:33copper[Saint]: 2.4Ω output impedance, nice
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18:41:23copper[Saint]: alright, my apt-X bluetooth receiver solves my smartphone problem
18:42:07coppergood enough sound quality, the receiver acts as a remote for volume and play/pause/next/previous, and I can take incoming calls and hear people well through my noise isolating IEMs
18:42:18copperand they hear me well enough with the receiver's mic
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