Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: iriver T family of PlaysForSure-verified flash-memory music devices
Re: iriver T family of PlaysForSure-verified flash-memory music devices
From: Chris Skarstad <toonhead5_at_comcast.net>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 16:05:14 -0500
This really sucks. Perhaps some of you developers should contact the
manufacturers of these players, if you haven't already done so, and work
together on finding a sollution. There simply has got to be a better way.
I love Rockbox in its current state because it allows me to use my Archos,
but because it's not being sold anymore accept on ebay, I have no way of
doing anything about it if it breaks.
I just wanted to add that I think you guys are doing **excellent** work and
I very much value the time you put into the project, so I don't want this
point of my message to be lost. I'm simply saying that it's too bad that
Rockbox can't be put on these newer players that are actually being sold in
If it could be, i know you would. but maybe if you contacted the developers
of these products there could be a sollution. The only problem with that
is as I understand it, to get rockbox to work, you have to reverse engineer
the player which pretty much voids the waranty.
So that may be a show stopper, but I'm only a user who really values and
enjoys the rockbox software, i'm no developer. I let those who know what
they're doing handle that.
At 12:36 PM 8/11/2005, you wrote:
>On Thu, Aug 11, 2005 at 10:27:25AM -0700, Mickey Quenzer wrote:
> > Well, here's the newes line of iriver products, anyone know if rockbox
> > work on these with the voice UI?\
>Simple answer: No, not a chance.
>Longer answer: Not now, and there are no plans to try. The devices are
>probably using proprietary chips with no documentation, which makes
>porting Rockbox to them a nightmare. Still possible in theory, but not
> -- This message brought to you by the letter 'r' and the number 6
Received on 2005-08-11