Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Archos OndioFM support questions
Re: Archos OndioFM support questions
From: Jens Arnold <jens_at_jens-arnold.net>
Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2010 08:54:45 +0200
>> Other than that, MMCs just work fine in my Ondio SP and FM, as well as
>> pixelma's Ondio FM. 128MB (CnMemory), 256MB (Transcend), 1GB
>> (Transcend), 2GB (Magu), 4GB (A-Data), 4GB (Kingston) all work as
>> expected. They do so in any release of Rockbox for Ondio, as well as
>> current SVN.
> Wait, what? I'm confused. My Archos Ondio 128 FM only supports MMC. I
> can't insert a SD card, it won't fit.
Hmm? I didn't say anything about SD cards here. These are all MMCs.
Of course you cannot fit a standard SD into the Ondio's slot. You could
use a so called "thin SD", but these are obviously rare beasts.
>> - What card type/ brand are you having problems with?
> I'm using a Crucial Technology 256mb MMC
Since this is an older card, I wouldn't expect problems.
>> - Does the card work when hot plugged?
> Under 2.5 yes. Under 3.6 stable, no. Strangely, with 3.6 installed
> I can see the correct data when the USB cable is plugged in. I can see
> the contents of the MMC card via USB when I plug it in.
USB is different, because the card is handed over to the USB-MMC bridge
>> - What's your hardware mask? System->Debug->View HW Info, Mask: __
> Mask: 0x0308
Just the mask is sufficient... and hardware info doesn't change with
Rockbox version ;)
But this is the key hint. This mask means your Ondio has the old MMC
clock circuit. Obviously the handling in Rockbox for this got broken
between 2.5 and 3.0. Unfortunately I do not yet know in what way, and I
don't have such a device to test on. Would you be willing to try test
builds if I provide some?
Received on 2010-07-09