Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: IRIVER H320 AND ROCKBOX
Re: IRIVER H320 AND ROCKBOX
From: David Wright <gymnastdave_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 05:17:53 -0600
I finally got rockbox to work on my h320. It worked for a while and now I'm
having trouble getting the player to boot in to rockbox opposed to the
original iriver firmware. How do I resolve this issue? Thank you all in
advance for all your help.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Manuel Dejonghe" <manuel_at_dejonghe.de>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2006 7:35 AM
Subject: Re: IRIVER H320 AND ROCKBOX
> Hi, I'm going to answer your questions inline.
> I don't tend to that, but many people say it's easier for all to
> create a new mail for every question, so replies are unambigious.
> On 1/22/06, Pele West <pele.west_at_virgin.net> wrote:
>> 1. I belong to a discussion list in the UK where users have spoken about
>> using Rockbox on their H300 series models. However, I believe all the
>> users have
>> the H340 rather than the H320. I know the firmware is supposed to be the
>> same, but has Rockbox been tested on the H320?
> I am currently using it on the 320, like many others do. This is
> considered as testing.
>> 2. Following on from the previous question, the users all talk about how
>> great it is to be able to navigate through the artists and albums.
>> However, I have
>> unpredictable results if I try to find an album which is nowhere near the
>> one I am listening to. I have a foolproof navigation method when using
>> While playing:
>> Press <Navi>
>> Press <Left> twice to move up the tree to the artists
>> Press <up> or <down> a number of times to get to a different artist
>> Press <Navi> to select the artist
>> Press <Right> to go into the first album for the artist
>> Press <Navi> to play.
>> This works fine if I am not moving very far through the list but, as I
>> have already said, the results are unpredictable in most cases. Is there
>> a different way of
>> navigation? I should say that I have named the files so they are sorted
>> in the way I want them to be.
> That looks good. It could be that you have the same problem as I
> (sighted) have. Sometimes, I don't get the down-button right in the
> middle, so there are "stray" presses to left or right.
>> 3. At present I cannot boot into Rockbox as it says "Invalid or Corrupt
>> Playlist" or something like that (I am afraid I cannot read the screen).
>> I have taken off
>> some files and defragmented the drive. Do you have any other
>> suggestions. I can still boot into Iriver.
> That is strange. During bootup ?
> Rockbox has a file called ".playlist_control" which is needed for
> resume information. It's located in the directory ".rockbox".
> You (or rather your rockbox) needs that directory. So if you deleted
> it, that's the reason. If you did not remove that directory, you may
> try to remove (or safely rename) that file. This will break the
> resume, but rockbox will create a new such file when needed. There was
> a similar error message in the past when that file could not be read.
>> 4. Is there any documentation on setting bookmarks and creatingvoice
> Surely in the wiki, but I don't know where right now.
> Hope to be helping, lImbus
Received on 2006-01-24