Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Dumped by Christi! Help!! even the MP3 player won't talk to me.
Re: Dumped by Christi! Help!! even the MP3 player won't talk to me.
From: Linus Nielsen Feltzing <linus_at_haxx.se>
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 07:25:58 +0200
> I've installed RB today about 5 times. The first time it worked, and
> with Christi's voice, it began talking menus. I was cycling through
> the menus, and accidentally clicked on the language option. This
> would normally simply take you to a directory list view. I pressed
> menu again immediately, but couldn't get back to speech.
You must have accidentally changed the language. This setting is saved
on disk and us unfortunately persistent between Rockbox installs. I have
some suggestions on how to fix this:
1) Change back to English in the language selection. Quite tricky if you
don't have spoken menus.
2) Select english as your language. Key sequence:
3) Reset the settings. From the dir browser, the key sequence would be:
as the Wiki says, but there is one detail that is missing. Directly
after this, press:
This starts browsing for firmwares, to force a disk spinup, so the
settings are really saved. Shut off when the disk has spun down.
> I've got 194MB free on the drive when RB is installed. One slightly
> puzzling question, when looking at the documentation which described
> the button layout of a jukebox 6000, it says that on the 4 way
> control, play is up, stop down, plus left and - right. This is the
> opposite to normally, where you'd expect to find - on the left and
> plus on the right. I'm sure it is correct, but I just wanted to
Oooops! The Wiki page was wrong. I have changed it now.
> I'm running XP, and was told that when using this, it was OK to unplug
> the archos whilst the computer is on. The Archos is also still on.
Remember, you still need to "safely eject" the archos in the system tray
before unplugging it.
Received on 2004-10-11