Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Iriver H10 description of buttons and jacks
Re: Iriver H10 description of buttons and jacks
From: Martin Courcelles <martinfc_at_rogers.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 16:29:49 -0500
Following is a complete description of the buttons and the IRiver itself.
You can charge the IRiver either via the usb power or with the supplied
power supply. The power suplly also plugs into the proprietary usb cable
which comes with the Iriver. You can find the usb connection at the bottom
of the player when it is facing you.
Left side, only one button which is both the power button and the menu
button. Hold it down for a longer period of time to turn it on or off. A
shorter time to get the Rockbox menu up.
Buttons underneath the screen:
Left buttn to go back and right button to go forward or select. It also
works as a context menu button if you hold it down for a long time.
A scroll touch bar is found between these two buttons.
Right side of player:
From top to bottom; rewind, play/pause and fast-forward.
Top of player.
From left to right, built-in mic hole, Locking switch, remote plug and ear
Back of playerm; battery release slider.
> Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 20:54:30 +0000
> From: "Melissa Keys" <melkeys_at_hotmail.com>
> To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
> ReplyTo: Rockbox <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
> Subject: Iriver H10 description of buttons and jacks
> Hi. A blind friend of mine just bought a new Iriver H10 to use with
> Rockbox. I was helping her and noticed that the online manual didn't
> have a description of the buttons and jacks for the player. We're
> trying to figure out where the AC adapter goes and where the power
> button is etc. it isn't at all like my Iriver H320. While looking
> through the manual we noticed that there is a place where someone was
> supposed to write a description of the buttons, but it isn't done yet.
> Let me know if anyone has sucha description so we can get started. I
> have already downloaded the necessary rockbox files and voicebox as
> well. We just need to know how to get this up and going and the manual
> said something about pressing the power and select button to get the
> player into a mode so that we can connect via USB to the computer. Any
> help is greatly appreciated.
> Melissa Keys
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Received on 2007-01-12