Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Archos frustrations
Re: Archos frustrations
From: Manuel Dejonghe <manuel_at_dejonghe.de>
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 18:25:22 +0200
On 10/5/06, Erin M. Chaves <em_chalet_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> Just curious if this has happened to anyone who owns or has owned one of the
> Archos models. This last spring, a friend of mine got me an Archos Jukebox
> Recorder from EBay. I was when I first began using Rockbox. The Jukebox
> worked cwell enough, but sometimes the settings would change by themselves.
> This would happen while I was pressing either the up/down or the
> previous/next buttons. I would always know when something wasn't right,
> because I couldn't change the volume, change the track, or even pause until
> I stopped the unit. Everything would work fine after I resumed playing
> except for the fact that repeat would suddenly be on, or "showed files"
> option had been set to display all. Eventually this Archos had battery
> issues, so I bought an FM recorder on EBay. It was barely used so it was in
> excellent condition, and I really like it! But, now I'm having the same
> problem. I'll be using the volume buttons, and all of the sudden, the keys
> seem to lock up. Then I have to stop and see what has been changed. So
> weird! I'm blind, so I can't see what is on the screen, and every time it
> happens, no one is around to ask.
> I know that was very lengthy, but have any of you seen this? Does any of
> what I'm saying make sense? If this happens with every Archos model, screw
> it. I'll save up for an iPod!
I am using two archos devices for quite a while now, and have never
seen such problems, at least not the way that I was not able to
understand WHY it happened. I have to admit, I'm not blind, so I far
more easily see what the problem could be.
Do you happen to know which version of the rockbox software you are using ?
Are you using the voice-menus ?
In that way, you should be able to hear where you landet.
One menu path you should learn by hard is how you can save and restore
a settings file. So anytime you are stuck, you restart the device and
simply restore the settings file. In that way, whatever you changed,
your beloved set of settings is applied.
Received on 2006-10-05