Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Voice should be working fine now
Re: Voice should be working fine now
From: Woody Anna Dresner <wadresner_at_hawaiiantel.net>
Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2007 10:11:40 -1000
At 03:01 AM 8/21/2007, Pondlife wrote:
> > I have noticed one problem, however. If I set the Nano to resume on
> > startup, changing the Start Screen to Resume Playback, or whatever the
> > wording is now, playback does resume when I start the player. However,
> > if I then stop playback with a long play and hit Menu to go to the main
> > menu, then try to scroll through the menu, I get a data Abort error. I
> > don't know whether this is voice related or not, but I do know it's
> > related to having the player resume on startup because the way I got
> > around the problem was to turn on the iPod without headphones plugged
> > in. I had it set not to resume if headphones weren't plugged in. Then
> > when the player started up, I was able to go into settings and change
> > the start screen to the main menu, and all was well. Has anyone else
> > seen this problem?
>On IRC last night, amiconn was able to get an iPod to give "Data Abort"
>crashes that went away if he disabled .talk files. We need to fix it,
>obviously, but this might be the problem you're seeing. If you have them
>enabled, maybe try turning .talk files off for both files and directories,
>then report back.
I had .talk files turned on for both directories and files when I
experienced the problem. I just tried turning them off, and sure
enough, I can set the iPod to resume on startup and then navigate the
menus without a data Abort.
Received on 2007-08-21