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Difference: IriverH10FAQ (r8 vs. r7)
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The H10 is a fully functioning dual boot port. If you followed the directions contained in the manual you should have no problems booting into the original firmware. Simply hold the "cancel" button while booting to get into the original firmware.
To clear the settings enable the hold switch after starting Rockbox but before the Rockbox logo appears. This will clear all your user settings and revert to safe defaults. In case your player is unusable, try this first.
To uninstall Rockbox, delete the folder called .rockbox from the root of your drive. Then rename the original bootloader file, OF.mi4, back to its original name, thus overwriting the other .mi4 file.
Currently the FM tuner isn't supported. It will be in the future.
Unfortunetly, upon booting into the original firmware, the "Music" folder will be hidden. If Rockbox is set to show "supported," any hidden folders will not show up. Solutions are:
The H10 port is in its' early stages and hasn't been optimized for speed yet. The simplest solution is to choose a WPS without peakmeters, for example iCatcher. Higher bitrate MP3s especially have these problems, as well as higher bitrate AAC files. This is because there is still quite a bit of optimization to be done on the H10 During the decoding of some files, the one core used is at nearly full capacity, which is why you may notice slowness in the menus or adjusting volume. If you have replaygain or equalizer settings enabled, turning them off may improve your playback quality. As well, using a simpler WPS, preferably one without images, may also help considerably.
r8 - 05 Feb 2008 - 03:49:48 - MarcGuayRevision r8 - 05 Feb 2008 - 03:49 - MarcGuay
Revision r7 - 05 Feb 2008 - 02:23 - MarcGuay
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