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Subject: RE: Sansae200 bootloader

RE: Sansae200 bootloader

From: valiant <valiant_at_mailshack.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 21:08:45 -0400

Hi.
I tried to decrypt my original mi4 file but it said couldn't find specified
file or something of that sort. Will any of the mi4 American English sansa e
200 files, they have different numbers than mine says in info, work as an
original mi4 file? This one is a sansa e250 and there is one that says sansa
e250r. Am I right in thinking I need one of the ones for sansa e 200, not
the one for the 250r?
From what I understand, what I need to do is

1. Extract rockbox.zip into sansa e200's rout dir
2. Extract voice into sansa e200\.rockbox\lang dir
3. put pp5022.MI4 in sansa e200 rout dir
4. After making sure I have an original MI4 on my pc's hard disk somewhere
safe, safely remove my sansa e200 and then unplug it from my PC before
turning it off, then rebooting the sansa e200.

I'm confused about of.bin. What's that used for?

Am I correct in believing that if I could find an MI4 file on the internet I
wouldn't need to decrypt the original one with the extracted contence from
mi4code0.9.33beta (0.9.33).zip?

Finally, how do I enable dual boot?

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-----Original Message-----
From: rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se] On
Behalf Of Daniel Stenberg
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 04:38 PM
To: Rockbox
Subject: RE: Sansae200 bootloader

On Mon, 12 Mar 2007, valiant wrote:

> I guess my main question is what to do after I get the rockbox.zip
> extracted into my sansae200 rout dir. After that, things get confusing
> and I can't tell exactly which steps I should take.

1. Unzip rockbox.zip
2. copy the PP5022.mi4 bootloader
3. decrypt the original firmware mi4 file 4. reboot

> The information at the link you provided for my convenience doesn't
> seam to have the same idea behind it as I do.

That page contains a step-by-step guide on how to install.

> I just want to get rockbox up and running. It looks like the
> information at that link is intended for those who wish to participate
> in the development of the firmware.

I disagree. It explains how to install Rockbox on a Sansa. But of course we
want to encourage everyone who installs Rockbox to participate in the
project.

> I think I have what I need. There are two files, called
> mi4code0.9.33beta (0.9.33).zip And PP5022.MI4

Those are needed to decrypt the OF, yes.

> That's as far as I've gotten. I believe my specific question would be
> how to finish the installation process if I left off where I just
described.

I think you should follow the install guides we've written so that we don't
have to repeat it. It also reduces the risk of me forgetting some tiny
detail when writing a quick email reply like this.

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