Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Brute force bug hunt
Re: Brute force bug hunt
From: Jack Peel <jhp_at_cypress.com>
Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 14:02:57 -0700
Yes it is similar to the silent play bug with version 1.4 however it
is a little different.
This only happens when it is on the car seat boucing around. Which I would
conclude that it is something that is "set off" by mechanical vibration.
It is different from the silent play bug that the screen goes blank, and the
song never returns, usually the silent play bug would start playing again
when the buffer was empty and was filled again. This is also when the
recorder is just playing the song (no ff/rw activity). The only way to
recover from this is to power down the unit. I however do not have
a solid red led, eventually the thing goes out.
If you guys can think of any experiments to do, I can or some debug code
to run I can run it when I get a chance (have to go some place in the car).
Michael O'Quinn wrote:
>On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Jack Peel wrote:
>>Well I started at the r0210.ajz and had problems. It played fine for a
>>while and then stopped (red light went out, but no sound). (this was
>>bouncing around on my car's seat)
>FWIW, this almost sounds like the Silent Play bug, not Red LED Dead. The
>difference is that with Red LED Dead the unit essentially locks up with
>the (can you see this one coming?) red LED on solid. With Silent Play
>everything LOOKS normal, the seconds keep counting up, but no (or VERY
>little) sound is heard. It just keeps merrily playing away, but silently.
>After a minute or two, the sound finally returns and everything goes on
>Also (and I may be mistaken on this) it seems to me that the Silent Play
>bug is usually encountered when using FF/RW to move about in a song, while
>Red LED Dead is usually associated with physical shock or vibration of the
>So THAT makes it look like Red LED Dead.
Received on 2003-05-01