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Subject: Re: the ALDI rockbox?
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 10:39:01 +0100, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> and in the discontinued "M3PO" by TerraTec:
> >> http://productsde.terratec.net/index.php?module=My_eGallery&do=showpic&pid=26&orderby=titleA
> >uh, that's new to me.
> >I remember that device having been a very hopeful device, but
> >unfortunately, I never saw one life.
> >Are there already some projects for this hardware ? Any technical
> >internas known ?
> >I remember this device beeing able to update by cd-rom for example.
> Hi Limbus,
> I own one m3po. Yes, the firmware is easy flashable and the file is not scrambled. But there are no projects for firmware rewriting. I only know (and use) the inofficial version 2.13 wich was never released by terratec. With this firmware the player is usable.
> grab it in german http://www.freewebs.com/joerch/m3po_bin_213_german.zip
> or find the english version somewhere in the net.
> There are some guys who tested sucessfully dvd-rom drives and 2 harddisks. The limit is 130GB.
I'm not that kind of reverse engineer (not at all) to go for and eat
that binary over there. I just thought if there is already a project
somewhere idling around that collected some information, it might turn
out that another port is quickly done.
m3po's are sold for less that 100 euro on ebay at the moment, and I
think with rockbox, it would be a very nice, powerful device for home
stereo equipment. (cheaper than one of these nice Mac mini's)
Some people have even been successfully adding some kind of
usb-support and so on.
rock On, manuel
Received on Tue Feb 22 11:54:44 2005
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