Rockbox mail archiveSubject: random Iriver questions
random Iriver questions
From: Jessi R. <independent_diva_at_telus.net>
Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2006 18:22:49 -0800
I just got an iriver h120 for my birthday on friday and so far I love it!! I
loaded rockbox version 2.5 with the build that came out on march 3rd and so
far it seems to be working pretty well, but it does some weird things.
for awhile, when I pressed the menu button, it would bring me to the
playback options with shuffle and volume and all that in it, and sometimes
when it boots up it doesn't show all the directories and .rockbox doesn't
have focus. I reset it and it seems to boot with .rockbox having the focus
every time now, but is there any way to make sure it always boots that way?
otherwise it's kind of hit and miss.
also, and this is the most recent problem, I've just been loading some songs
onto it. I copied about ten albums to the clipboard and pasted them all on,
and it worked fine and copied some of them but then this error came up
saying something about cyclic redundancy check? and now when I try to copy
anything onto it, even just one album, it says the same thing so I can't get
anymore songs on it. I only have about a gig used. what does this mean and
is there a way to fix it? I'm hoping so...lol...I need more songs.
how do you check what the battery status is? if I go into battery, it says
the battery capacity but it doesn't say like 50 percent or anything...is
there even a way to see how much of the battery is left or has been used?
how do you shuffle all the songs, or can you? I figured out how to shuffle
all the songs on an album, but what about all the songs on the player?
are there any builds of rockbox that are more stable than others? can anyone
recomend one that's the most stable or should I just keep using the march
I think that's all for now...sorry for the 20 questions!!
peace and positivity:)
"This is the day that the Lord has made, let us rejoyce and be glad in
it." -Psalm 118:24
count it all joy, no matter what!!
Received on 2006-03-06