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Subject: Re: Really need advice about iAudio Port
Re: Really need advice about iAudio Port
I'd say, do not pass go, do not collect an iPod. I have a 4g grayscale iPod
and every time I use rockbox I have to think about the impact on the
If you're going to install rockbox, buy yourself a DAP that has common,
rechargeable and most importantly, user-replaceable batteries. That way you
won't have to worry about sending in your player for total replacement in
some bogus Apple service plan.
Just my 2 cents.
The iPod is OK, but it could be soooo much better for all the money it
On 4/15/06, Andrew Conkling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 4/15/06, Grant Hardy <email@example.com> wrote:
> > is there a build where the voice UI works with iAudio players? If
> someone has
> > an iAudio, will you please just enable voice and see if it works?
> I'm using the current builds and AFAIK enabling voice is not so
> trivial. You can check the daily manual to see about configuring it.
> Here's today's:
> > Also, is the iAudio port "active"? Thanks for the help.
> Again, this is just AFAIK, but from the forums, it definitely seems
> like the IAUDIO port development is happening pretty regularly. They
> just got sound working a few weeks ago. :)
> If you're going for a new player, and you really intend to use Rockbox
> on it, why not grab an iPod? You'll have better designed hardware,
> and a port that's just as active as the IAUDIO's. (I bought my IAUDIO
> for the FLAC support and, frankly, now that I know about Rockbox I
> wish I had gone that route.) But don't take my word for it; I've only
> been using Rockbox for a week and this is my first post to the list.
Received on Sun Apr 16 00:26:27 2006
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