Rockbox mail archive
Subject: RE: new bug ?!
From: Hardeep Sidhu (hardeeps_at_pobox.com)
The JBR definitely supports 320kbit files and I'm fairly certain that the
other models do as well.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se]On
> Behalf Of Chris Hoekstra
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 4:16 PM
> To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
> Subject: Re: new bug ?!
> I believe I know what this error is for. I came across this error a few
> days ago, and after looking at the documentation for the decoder/encoder
> chip, I deduced it was from trying to play an usupported bitrate.
> In my case, I was trying to play a 320kbit file whereas my recorder only
> supports up to 256 decoding. (I could be wrong on the abilities since
> the documentation was unclear and only the encoding was explicitly stated)
> This error, is the only thing on the screen, besides the status bar, the
> red light blinks steady 1 second on, 1 second off, and the unit is
> hung. Only a poweroff and a power back on works.
> I assume this is coming from the chip itself and not the OS? Perhaps if
> it can be intercepted there would be a way to prevent hanging and/or
> even a more descriptive error message.
> Again, this is my speculation. I am not involved with *this*
> development effort and have not looked at much of the source code, so I
> can't say for sure.
> And of course this is repeatable, I can provide a file that causes this,
> and I am using cvs build 030311.
> Andreas Heinz wrote:
> >>>i'm using rockbox since beginning of octobre. since then there
> have been
> >>>many bugs with IOX:CPUADRE.... this didnt show up a long time now. but
> >>>yesterday it happened again showing: IO9:CPUAdrE at 0000000D
> >>>i'm using daily build of yesterday and today, everything the
> same. jukebox
> >>>6000 full charged batteries. it happens while playing music
> and pressing
> >>>next to skip to the next song.
> >DS> Which version of Rockbox was this?
> >daily build of 12 of march and 13 of march
> >DS> Any particular kind of music files where this happens more often?
> >i'm not sure if this is a thing of playlists. it happend always at the
> >same position. there was playing n sync and i wanted to skip to the
> >next, every time it crashed. even when it tried to skip cause of end
> >of the nsync song it crashed. now i've tried creating a new playlist
> >to avoid a missing song or maybe something like this. i dont think
> >this has something to do with the mp3
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