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Subject: Re[2]: Archos Gmini 120
From: Eric Linenberg (elinenbe_at_umich.edu)
Date: 2003-10-22


www.linenberg.com/gmini120.zip
www.linenberg.com/gmini/

MC> I don't see it.

MC> I can't find much information regarding the Gmini... nor can I find your
MC> pictures... where are they again?

MC> -Mark
MC> ----- Original Message -----
MC> From: "Eric Linenberg" <elinenbe_at_umich.edu>
MC> To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
MC> Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 10:00 AM
MC> Subject: Archos Gmini 120

>> I just purchased this player yesterday to see if it was something that
>> was worth keeping. However, I think I will be sticking with my
>> Recorder 20 with Rockbox.
>>
>> I have posted pictures and a zip of the contents of the player when I
>> purchased it at www.linenberg.com/gmini120.zip
>>
>> I opened it up too, and got a list of the chips inside
>>
>> USB chip?
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> SMsC
>> USB97C202-MN-03
>> A0303-AA143
>> 8G1113995A
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> 6 of these (pretty small)
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> P32A0
>> CCX245
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> 1 real small
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> 3205
>> 81418
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> memory?
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> 1S42S16400A-7T
>> X0273400E30247
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> main processor
>> http://www.telechips.com/product/product_mp3_tcc730.htm
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> Telechips
>> JCC730Y
>> KF655
>> A0304
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>
>> Well, about this player... it is a recorder, player, and it has a CF
>> slot on the top of it. However everything is available as an add-on
>> from the archos site (plugins that you purchase)
>>
>> There is an icon driven interface, and you can either play choose,
>> music, browser, photo, recorder, MadPlay, or setup. However,
>> recorder, MadPlay, and photo bring up a screen saying that the plugin
>> is available at www.archos.com (it is not!) This leads me to believe
>> that there may be some sort of SDK? Hmm?
>>
>> I had to UNSOLDER the battery to get at the main board, and I messed
>> the units bumpers up a little putting everything back together. It is
>> a tight package. It uses a standard laptop hard drive, and you can
>> browse the music as in Rockbox, or as a database (somehow you have to
>> rescan the player for database changes -- not sure -- have not messed
>> around with it that much.
>>
>> I do not know much about the player right now, but ask questions and I
>> will gladly answer, or figure it out.
>>
>> -eric
>>
>>
>>
>>



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