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Subject: Re: success with Rockbox, sort of!

Re: success with Rockbox, sort of!

From: Sarai D. Bucciarelli <bucc7465_at_bellsouth.net>
Date: 2005-05-10

Okay,
On the Studio B recorder, which is mine and no, it doesn't have a radio.
Okay, lay the unit on the table face up.
You should have the USB port on the bottom and to the right is the adapter
plug in spot.
Up top on the left is the head phone jack and to the right I think is the
inline stereo jack.
You have the screen. and directly under the screen are three small
rectangular buttons. These are the function keys, from left to right you
have F 1 F 2 F 3. The F1 key is the menu key.
Under those keys you have a circle of little buttons, a round one is in the
middle. The middle button is play/pause. The buttons up and down from the
play are volume up and down and the up and down arrows. The buttons to the
left and right of the play button are left/right arrow and back and forward
by track.
Directly across from those groups of buttons are two buttons up and down.
The first one is on. The second button is directly down from the first, and
is off/stop.
Now, turn on your unit and after it spins up, hit the f 1 key. Rockbox will
say bookmarks, arrow down and you here in the following order: sound
settings, general settings, recording, playlist options, brows plugins, and
info. Also note, setting the date and time can be weird. If you need help,
let me know.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead5@comcast.net>
To: "Rockbox development" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 12:40 AM
Subject: Re: success with Rockbox, sort of!

hi. Well, the buttons are all separate of course, but if you hold the
unitin front of you, the USB connection is on the bottom, and on the
lefthand side, you have the on/off button up top, and the menu key below
that. and then, just to the right of that, you have the play button and the
plus and minus keys and the stop button i believe is on the right as
well. now I could be wrong about this since I'm just getting used to this
thing, but as I say, there doesn't appear to be any recording settings in
the menus at all, not under general settings or anywhere else I can find.

  At 12:21 AM 5/10/2005, you wrote:
>Do you have a "play" button in the middle of four up/down/left/right
>buttons (plural)?
>or do you have a big four-way up/down/left/right button (singular)?
>
>Unless there is something I don't know ...The former can record, the
>latter cannot.
>
>BC
>
>>Hi Sarai
>>Well, i just looked at the general settings and there was nothing about
>>recording in there. Now I could be totally missing something.
>>Here's what I have under general settings...
>>
>>
>>playback, file view, display, system, bookmarking, language, voice,
>>now of course all those have sub menus underneath them, but maybe
>>recording is there and I'm just not navigating it right?
>>Maybe it's there and I'm just not seing it.
>>Any thoughts?
>>
>>At 11:46 PM 5/9/2005, you wrote:
>>>No I don't think you do. Look under the general settings. I'm 99 percent
>>>sure you have the recorder. Let me look when I have mine uphere. Its in
>>>my
>>>purse right now.
>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead5@comcast.net>
>>>To: "Rockbox development" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
>>>Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 11:38 PM
>>>Subject: Re: success with Rockbox, sort of!
>>>
>>>
>>>Hi. Actually, on mine, the last 2 things are info, and shutdown. Looks
>>>like I've got the recorder, rather than the player. I am so bummed.
>>>So it looks like it's an Ondio 128 for me.
>>>At least, that's what looks the most likely.
>>>
>>>
>>>At 11:12 PM 5/9/2005, you wrote:
>>> >Look under the menus, record is down towards the bottom.
>>> >----- Original Message -----
>>> >From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead5@comcast.net>
>>> >To: <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
>>> >Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 7:01 PM
>>> >Subject: success with Rockbox, sort of!
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >Hi everyone
>>> >Well, I successfully got Rockbox working on my Archos. Ok, now one more
>>> >question, hope someone can help here? I bought the Archos Jukebox
>>> >Studio
>>> >20, but going through the menus, I don't see any recording options
>>> >anywhere. That is unless I bought the wrong model? I hope not because
>>> >I
>>> >spent a bunch of money on this and I really don't want to have to look
>>> >all
>>> >over for another version that hopefully does the job. I am 99% there, I
>>> >just need to see if I didn't make a huge mistake buying this. From
>>> all the
>>> >descriptions on the rockbox website, it looks as if it's a recorder
>>> version
>>> >1, but again, I don't see any recording options. I know you can use
>>> Rockbox
>>> >to record, by the way I downloaded the rockbox-2.4-install.exe
>>> > file from the website and all works ok accept for this. I hope
>>> > someone
>>> >can help here.
>>> >Thanks.
>>> >
>>> >
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