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From: Derek Dittmar <derekjdittmar_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 09:24:46 -0500

I should explain.
I've always used apple's built-in voice over, because I'm timid about
installing a new softwware. I'm a musician -- I treat my ipod with
reverence bordering on mania.
So, I still need to do my research on installing rockbox. I've never
used it before, which is why I'm asking about the classic and the
ability to use rockbox for it.

On 11/16/11, DD petterson <danielbr_at_live.no> wrote:
> Well, i seems to me that The only reason why it is "unusable" is just that.
> The fact that a third party bootloader needs to be applied and no rbutil
> support. It could be moved up a tier.
>
> Have you used The new firmware? Mine is sitting at The 11.11.11 daily build
> right now.
>
> Daniel.
>
> Sendt fra min iPhone
>
> Den 16. nov. 2011 kl. 15:09 skrev "Robert Menes"
> <viewtiful.icchan_at_gmail.com>:
>
>> On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 8:54 AM, DD petterson <danielbr_at_live.no> wrote:
>>> In my opinion The Classic is stable at This point, however i am uncertain
>>> if it speaks as Of now. Anyone out There who might know something about
>>> that part ??
>>>
>>
>> The iPod Classic is still considered an "Unusable" port at this point
>> in time, while the iPod
>> Video port is considered "Stable".
>>
>> That doesn't mean that you can't *use* the iPod Classic port, but it's
>> going to take a little more
>> knack for tinkering around with some specialized software tools to get
>> it installed and running.
>> The iPod Video, by contrast, can easily be installed in a few clicks
>> using Rockbox Utility.
>>
>> While Rockbox runs pretty well on the Classic and has come a long way
>> since it was first
>> released into the wild, it still needs a lot of work to be done before
>> it can even move up a tier
>> to "Unusable".
>>
>> And as always, the front page of the Rockbox site will always show you
>> the three tiers that
>> each port falls under.
>>
>> --Robert
>>
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