Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: charging questions
Re: charging questions
From: James Teh <jamie_at_jantrid.net>
Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2006 18:21:56 +1000
This is what I meant about HAVE_POWEROFF_WHILE_CHARGING not being
defined for the H300. If this is not defined, Rockbox will not power
down. I suspect this is primarily designed for units that require a
software charging algorithm, but I still wonder why Rockbox doesn't drop
the user into the charging screen when the user requests a power down
instead of leaving them in the browser/WPS.
The bootloader starting the Iriver firmware when the charger is
connected is currently intentional, though this was one of my other
questions; i.e. how much work is there before Rockbox can boot on
charger insert when powered off?
Andrew Hart wrote:
> Interesting. Two days ago, I compiled up a 20060621 cvs update for my
> Iriver H340. After installing this build, I can no longer turn off
> Rockbox while the AC adapter is plugged in. Rockbox pauses a moment and
> simply rereads the currently selected file in the file browser.
> I am sure I have never had any difficulties with this before now. To
> turn it off, I have to momentarily unplug it, hold stop, wait to hear
> the drive spin up and down and the audio switch off so I know it's
> actually going to shut down properly. then I can plug it back into the
> power. Though, sometimes after plugging it back into the power, the
> Iriver firmware boot spontaneously. I'm watching this trying to
> determine if there's something I'm doing that's causing the original
> firmware to start, but I didn't notice this happening before INSTALLING
> THIS BUILD. It seems that if I hold stop, wait for the drive to spin
> down and plug in the AC adapter, there is a pause for a few seconds and
> the Iriver firmware starts. I need to do some more concerted testing to
> see if this happens every time, but it is happening a lot.
> I'll update cvs and recompile later today or on the week-end when I have
> time to see if that makes a difference.
> Anyone else seeing anything like these little probs?
-- James Teh Email: jamie_at_jantrid.net WWW: http://www.jantrid.net/jamie/ MSN Messenger: jamie_at_jantrid.net Jabber: jteh_at_jabber.org Yahoo: jcs_tehReceived on 2006-06-24