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#rockbox log for 2017-10-29

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00:20:29__builtinis there any way I can get output from a library like tlsf?
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00:26:49__builtinI suppose I could access the piezo and get my info out through Morse code...
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00:31:40Aldem... −−- ...
00:34:15__builtinsurprisingly it actually works
00:34:26__builtin(the piezo output method)
00:38:46AldemPiezo as in crystals ?
00:43:13__builtinit's essentially a speaker
00:43:41__builtinbut instead of a magnetic driver (which costs money), it uses the piezoelectric effect
00:44:17__builtinthe good thing about it on the ipod6g is that it doesn't take much code to access, so I can copy the driver code into the library itself
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12:17:38eve_hi all I'm looking to remove sound restriction on the sony a35 but can only see the windows or lines options. is there a way to do it with a mac or through the service menue
12:19:03pamauryeve_: we have some instructions here:
12:20:19pamaurybut it doesn't work on mac, you will need windows
12:20:26eve_ah thats where i was looking. but no mac option
12:20:44eve_will service menu be able to change volume
12:21:58eve_looks like I'm screwed. only have mac ox
12:22:48pamauryyou can use a virtual machine or a linux live cd/usb
12:23:33eve_sounds a bit over my head. any pointers
12:23:57eve_and how much extra volume are we talking. is it worth the hastle
12:25:45copperIf it's anything like the EU volume limit on iPods, it's probably worth the hassle
12:26:05pamauryeve_: I don't know, I don't have the A35, on recent devices I think it doesn't change anything or much because in the OF it's just a warning, you can go past the max EU vol
12:26:54pamauryyou would need to ask lebellium but he is not online right now
12:28:26eve_i would of thought there would have been a service menu
12:30:45pamaurythere is a service menu but changes are not persistent
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12:33:23pamauryeve_: I'll try to port our tool to mac, but I don't have a mac so it makes things difficult for me to test
12:34:16eve_thanks :)
12:35:13eve_where can i find the code for the service menu for now please
12:37:05eve_i was thinking of getting a fido A3 but seems pointless caring more hardware around with me
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12:38:39copperIf you ever need a good, small headphone amp, I highly recommend the Topping NX1, you can get it on eBay for 30 euros
12:39:41copperthe battery life on that thing is insane
12:40:58copperand the sound quality is excellent, as has been shown by measurements
12:41:31pamauryeve_: I don't know the code for the A35, we haven't found the service manual for the recent ones
12:42:57eve_copper -that looks a decent size. you get much volume be fair I'm just using sony IEH
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12:58:03copperit helps with those too, with a 0 ohm output impedance, if your player has a high output impedance (it can produce changes to the sound with certain IEMs)
12:58:47coppera common improvement with some bad combos is better bass
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13:08:14copperbut the situation would have to be pretty bad for the improvement to be noticeable
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15:42:29lebellium_z3cpamaury: we have the service manual for A30
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16:43:15pamauryoh right I confused with another one :-/
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17:14:19copperI ordered an original firewire charger for my iPod Mini btw
17:14:32coppershould arrive by the end of the week
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17:15:06copperI should have done my homework beforehand, eh
17:15:36__builtinugh, looks like I broke font loading in sgt-puzzles, too
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17:28:30__builtinah, I see the problem
17:28:44__builtinthe plugin is grabbing the audio buffer before trying to load a font
17:29:00__builtinbut font loading needs the audio buffer for memory
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17:34:25CH23my test clip+ came in today!
17:34:59CH23still waiting for a few TSOP48 smd adapters
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17:40:52chrisbCH23: what are the TSOP48 adapters for?
17:41:12CH23for NAND
17:43:33CH23i want to see if it's possible to replace the NAND of the clip+, as currently dead NAND means dead player
17:44:05CH23dongs was already working on this but i want to take a different approach
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17:54:49pamauryBilgus: I pushed g#1552 g#1557 and g#1558
17:54:53fs-bluebotGerrit review #1552 at : Add boot data support to rockbox. by William Wilgus
17:54:53fs-bluebotGerrit review #1557 at : Add boot data to MOST AS3525 Devices by William Wilgus
17:54:54fs-bluebotGerrit review #1558 at : Add boot from other volumes in bootloader on targets with HAVE_MULTIVOLUME by William Wilgus
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18:04:00*gevaerts asks that people who commit code that fails on some targets pick a consistent set of targets to fail on, so the build table doesn't get too wide
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18:29:16pamauryBilgus: ping
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19:17:10chrisbCH23: amazing, very tight space for the clip+
19:17:30chrisbCH23: i may have a spare if you need one
19:18:18CH23i hope i won't need it but i'll be sure to keep you in mind, chrisb!
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19:20:14CH23i've got a few matching (brand new) NAND chips(4gb, 8gb, 2 firmware images (4gb and 8gb), 2 working clip+ (4gb & 8gb), 1 dead clip+ (?gb)
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19:29:08copperIs there a current alternative to the Clip+, rockboxable or not?
19:29:36copperI mean, a small clip-on player with at least gapless playback?
19:30:06copperI know the latest SanDisk players aren't capable of gapless playback.
19:30:58copperI've tried running with my iPhone stuck inside an arm band, but it's really inconvenient.
19:31:30copperI'll probably use my Clip+ until it dies, but I'm worried there will be no alternative.
19:33:05pamauryCH23: you have the clip+ in recovery mode around you?
19:33:56CH23pamaury: not right now but what would you like to know?
19:35:51pamauryCH23: I'd like to have the output of lsscsi
19:35:58pamaurymore precisely lsscsi -c
19:37:08CH23i'll do that when i come home
19:37:25CH23is that a stand alone package, by the way? my linux OS doesn't know the command
19:37:52pamauryyes, apt install lsscsi on my debian
19:38:07CH23yeah i should check first before i ask :P
19:38:16pamauryif you have an old kernel you can try cat /proc/scsi/scsi
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19:41:02CH23i'm on 4.13.10 :)
19:43:38pamauryok so lsscsi ;)
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19:44:17CH23i'll probably be home in 2 - 3 hours
19:44:33CH23do you want it from the broken one, or from a working one?
19:44:48PhoeniX_Hi there!
19:45:42PhoeniX_Have a question about possibility of porting rockbox bootloader on AK2117 chip
19:47:39PhoeniX_This one installed in "Copy of Sansa Clip+" named Xduoo X2, device has 8MB of windbond memory.
19:47:40pamauryPhoeniX_: what is the processor inside?
19:49:34PhoeniX_the processor is Artek AK2117c
19:50:00pamauryyeah but that's the SoC, it doesn't say what is architecture, is it ARM, MIPS, something else?
19:50:29pamauryI can't find a datasheet online, it looks like an obscure chip
19:51:19pamaurythere is some info here:
19:52:25pamauryI suspect it's one of those chip with a Z80 8-bit processor, which is clearly not an option for a port
19:52:52PhoeniX_So sad
19:53:03PhoeniX_Thanks for ansewrs
19:56:22PhoeniX_So I found some datashet here:
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20:00:54pamauryit's a 80C51 8-bit processor, so unfortunately no
20:03:05PhoeniX_pamaury, thamks for reply. Have a nice day/evening/night :)
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20:29:37johnb3Bilgus: g1708_4 & g1704_8 compiled on current HEAD (incl. MB FW) crashes easily when playing files from internal (selecting new songs while already playing). From SD it seems to run fine.
20:30:02johnb3on the Fuze.
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20:55:34johnb4panic with sd bank messages.
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21:06:43Bilgusjonb ok I Know whats going on then
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21:21:36__builtinIt's always the c200v2 :(
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21:26:52Bilgusjohnb 1708 should be good now Sorry I wasn't clearing the flag in controller enable if for some reason it still doesn't work properly un-comment the MCI_CLOCK_POWERSAVE at line 273
21:27:59Bilgusthe reason I think it didn't effect the sd card is it recognizes the sd as a bus device where as the internal drive must be using a different mechanism
21:28:54Bilgusas long as 1704 and 1708 work you should be good to try the i2C patch with them at 100Khz
21:30:48__builtinThese errors are rather odd; my commits mostly removed code
21:33:49__builtinUnless it's the packed structs
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22:00:31johnb3Bilgus: at first glance it looks good even with I2C. I will report back tomorrow.
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22:05:37CH23Host: scsi4 Channel: 00 Target: 00 Lun: 00
22:05:43CH23 Vendor: UNDEF Model: storage Rev: 1.0
22:05:51CH23 Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: ffffffff
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22:07:23CH23doubt this is helpful
22:07:34Bilgus_PHJohnB good to hear, I'm thinking i'll probably add options to the power save menu to disable these settings if someone so desired
22:08:16pamauryCH23: thanks, this will be useful, because I found the string "UNDEF" and I thought it rang a bell
22:08:24pamauryI'm still trying to RE the ROM
22:09:12CH23ah man, i'll ship you a beer if you manage to do that
22:09:42CH23Bilgus_PH: what's the lowest effort to automatically download latest version of a patch?
22:09:54CH23like wget <url>
22:11:17CH23i remember trying to use git command line to do it but gerrit doesn't seem to play nice with git (or at least my local instance of the cli)
22:14:20Bilgus_PHCh23 I think the problem with doing it that way is you need to have the full URL
22:15:03Bilgus_PHlike separate patches end in /1/ or /2/ .. /10/ etc.. but I might be wrong about that
22:17:39CH23the issue i'm having is that there's different revisions, so i have to manually check for a new revision, regarding the multiboot patches
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22:21:18Bilgus_PHthe bootloader has been committed so it really shouldn't change the patches for the firmware haven't been changed in a while and won't be for a while yet
22:21:55CH23to master?
22:22:14CH23hey awesome, congrats!
22:25:02Bilgus_PHthanks :)
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22:55:41pamauryman, this ROM's USB is so complete I might actually learn something about USB, it must be the first code I've ever seen that supports several device configuration
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22:57:55Bilgus_PHso would you say that confirms they reused it across several devices?
23:00:11pamaurymost of the code is completely generic, it's like the ultimate usb stack
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