Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Thank you for your help! Was Is this true? WILL ROCKBOX WORK ON ANY ARCHOS?
Thank you for your help! Was Is this true? WILL ROCKBOX WORK ON ANY ARCHOS?
From: Sharon <sharon25_at_cox.net>
Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 11:44:33 -0700
Thanks to the kind folks who responded to my queries. I am glad I
asked, so now I know for sure what kind of unit to avoid (3000 or
multimedia), and I am reassured I can use the great features the
Rockbox wizards have created on whatever I end up getting!
There are some eBay sellers who do warranty that the unit you buy
works and give you 3 days to try it out, so that sounds pretty
reasonable to me.
Once again, thanks for the help!
>It would depend on the quality of work done. Sure with the weak design
>and assembly line soldering techniques used on the end boards of the
>Jukebox line, it is quite possible that some reflow/reroute in this area
>would make a better product than factory. The statement is not any sort
>of obvious lie.
>Your best resource here is to check the sellers feedback and read the
>buyer comments. Also, does this seller offer warranty or guarantee
>against DOA? Those would be the telling factors. Unless someone here has
>personally bought one from this particular seller, all responses are
>If you are talking about newmp3technology I have not seen any negative
>comments in this or the Yahoo group about them. Some members have
>referred others to them for repair, so I would not be too concerned.
>On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 09:45:22 -0700, Sharon wrote:
>> Thanks for your response, Jean. This seller has more than one at eBay,
>> so evidently they get them and repair them to resell. Just was curious
>> if that soldering statement was true, that they are better than the
>> Still would like to hear from anyone if I can get any Archos unit and
>> use the Rockbox OS on it???
>> Thanks very much for all help!
Received on 2003-07-09