Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: RockBox On The Iriver H320?
Re: RockBox On The Iriver H320?
From: ian douglas <id_at_w98.us>
On the H320, the reset button is a tiny pinhole just underneath the
-- Ian Douglas blogs & photos: http://www.w98.us/ John Lawrence wrote: > thanks. i guess that saved me, but whats the reset button? anyway, do > you think i should try installing rockbox again or just wait? > > On 12/14/05, *Manuel Dejonghe* <email@example.com > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: > > strange thing, tho. > > On 12/15/05, Linus Nielsen Feltzing <email@example.com > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: > > Manuel Dejonghe wrote: > > > I know it works like that with the Record-Button. > > > > No, you don't double-click the Record button to start the > original, you > > just hold it. > > Mhmm. Just coincidence then it worked out once when I tried prior to > writing that mail... > > > > And I did'nt manage to get it working like that with the reset > button. > > > And I don't know how the code had to be written to intercept a > click > > > on the REAL reset-button :-S > > > > The thing is that the bootloader stores a cookie in the internal RAM > > when it starts, and clears it when it starts the real firmware. > > > > However, if it detects that the cookie is already there when it > boots, > > it assumes that the bootloader has rebooted from a crash, and > starts the > > original firmware. > > > > If you press RESET in the middle of the boot process, the player > > restarts without resetting the cookie. You must of course hold ON > when > > you do this, otherwise the player will turn off. > > Sounds way cool, man. > But whenever I press the reset button, my unit goes off instead of > rebooting. No matter which buttons I keep pressed. > > Whatever. Don't mind, it's just one strange box, and the rest of it is > perfectly working. > Thanks for the cookie-advise. > > lImbus > >Received on Thu Dec 15 23:01:45 2005
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