Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: rockbox Digest, Vol 7, Issue 39
Re: rockbox Digest, Vol 7, Issue 39
From: Will Robertson <aliask_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 19:23:54 +1100
If you install rockbox on the iPod, it would completely replace the existing
software on it, meaning that the menu's would be completely different to
what they are at the moment for you.
On the plus side for blind users as I'm sure you are aware rockbox is able
to speak the menu's to you - a feature which has recently been made to work
on iPods as well.
In terms of video, rockbox doesn't currently support any video on any newer
MP3 players, but as a blind user I can't imagine any benefit you would have
anyway - and the same goes for games.
Rockbox on the iPod has come a long way, and is almost at the stage where it
is completely useable with no crashes or any erratic behaviour.
I hope this answers your question,
On 3/20/06, Alex Gibbons <alex_at_gibbons81.fsnet.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi there, I am a blinduser who is completey confused about the software on
> the ipod video I would like to know what is going on and how well the
> software works with the atual menus on the ipod video, and how they
> with the video side and games side I do not want to fork out a good sum of
> money on a 60g ipod until I know it all works if anyone on the message
> could get back to me asp that would be great
> Alex gibbons
Received on 2006-03-20