Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: query
From: Shiner <dodgy-curry_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2014 13:29:32 -0000
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From: "Wolfram Schönfelder" <Wolfram.Schoenfelder_at_hs-augsburg.de>
Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2014 11:22 AM
> Dear administrator, I have no idea whether you are the right person to
> write to with my query or whether I registered correctly in this mailing
> list to post my query. So if I am wrongly here, sorry for the
> inconvenience, but perhaps u might show me where I could post then?
> I am thinking of buying an Ipod Nano 7th generation, but only if I can
> successfully use your rockbox software on it (I hate itunes and other
> apple proprietrary gimmicks). I once had a first generation ipod classic
> and someone sucessfully installed rockbox on it for my use, which was
> great, till the device died on me.
> I must add, that I am not very computer savy, I can follow simple
> instructions, but probably would be lost when it comes to debugging
> something. My intended use of the iPod would only be along the line of a
> music player (no pics, no video) mostly via blue tooth (when jogging,
> flying, or any outdoor activity). and for this I would like to use MY
> system of playlists, prefereable via drop and drag from my existing lists
> as simple file organisation from my PC/tablet etc. under Windows....
> If you could help me, pass this on to someone who can, or show the way in
> any other form, this would be much appreciated.
> Have a nice day wherever you are
It doesn't look like it:
Buy a player that Rockbox is known to be stable on, see list above.
Received on 2014-01-26