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Rockbox Documentation Index Rockbox Manuals * Rockbox Manuals for all usable target device, updated daily. This page has PDF and HTML versions of the Rockbox ...
Firmware Feature Comparison Chart This document is historical and mostly out of date! These charts compare Rockbox with the original firmwares as shipped by the manufacturers ...
Gapless playback in Rockbox Technical Background For many kinds of music it is desirable to have gapless transitions between the tracks. Typical examples are live ...
Frequently Asked Questions About Rockbox All FAQ pages: General Questions What is a FAQ? A rare small animal of the species 'Textius Electronicus'. It is known ...
Major Changes in Rockbox This is a page which lists many major changes and updates to Rockbox. These are changes that aren't front page news, but worth noting (e.g ...
Manual Todo Introduction This page is used to organize work being done on the documentation. See also ManualFixmes which contains a list of places in the manual ...
Release Notes for Rockbox 3.5 __ _ _. Open \____ \ _ _ \ _ _ _ Source // _ \_/ ___\ / / _ ...
Audio Codecs Introduction The basic format of an audio file in a computer is a Wave (.WAV) file. This contains uncompressed PCM audio and a 4 minute song at CD quality ...
Google Summer of Code 2013 Information for students If you are considering applying to Rockbox (or any other organization, in fact), you may want to have a look at ...
What is Rockbox? Why should I use it? Rockbox is an open source firmware replacement for a growing number of digital audio players. It has been in development since ...
The iAudio M5, River H1x0 iPod 1G 2G 4G Greyscale WPS Graveyard These are themes which do not have a permissive license, and thus can not be modified by anyone other ...


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Rockbox Documentation Index Rockbox Manuals * Rockbox Manuals for all usable target device, updated daily. This page has PDF and HTML versions of the Rockbox ...
Firmware Feature Comparison Chart This document is historical and mostly out of date! These charts compare Rockbox with the original firmwares as shipped by the manufacturers ...
Gapless playback in Rockbox Technical Background For many kinds of music it is desirable to have gapless transitions between the tracks. Typical examples are live ...
Frequently Asked Questions About Rockbox All FAQ pages: General Questions What is a FAQ? A rare small animal of the species 'Textius Electronicus'. It is known ...
Major Changes in Rockbox This is a page which lists many major changes and updates to Rockbox. These are changes that aren't front page news, but worth noting (e.g ...
Manual Todo Introduction This page is used to organize work being done on the documentation. See also ManualFixmes which contains a list of places in the manual ...
Release Notes for Rockbox 3.5 __ _ _. Open \____ \ _ _ \ _ _ _ Source // _ \_/ ___\ / / _ ...
Audio Codecs Introduction The basic format of an audio file in a computer is a Wave (.WAV) file. This contains uncompressed PCM audio and a 4 minute song at CD quality ...
Google Summer of Code 2013 Information for students If you are considering applying to Rockbox (or any other organization, in fact), you may want to have a look at ...
What is Rockbox? Why should I use it? Rockbox is an open source firmware replacement for a growing number of digital audio players. It has been in development since ...
The iAudio M5, River H1x0 iPod 1G 2G 4G Greyscale WPS Graveyard These are themes which do not have a permissive license, and thus can not be modified by anyone other ...


Number of topics: 11

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