Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Recognize the Apple remote FM tuner during boot
Re: Recognize the Apple remote FM tuner during boot
From: asettico <asettico_at_rossomaltese.it>
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 17:00:51 +0100
*In data 29/01/2010 14:24, Dave Chapman ha scritto*:
> The Rockbox bootloader doesn't enable interrupts, and therefore doesn't
> use a lot of the core Rockbox drivers (which will rely on interrupts
Thanks for the detailed explanation.
> The ipod bootloader just initialises as little of the hardware as is
> necessary to boot Rockbox.
> What would be the reason to recognise the Apple remote FM tuner during
If you switch the ipod on with the remote tuner already plugged in, it
is not recognized and you need to unplug and re-plug in it.
Probably I'm in wrong talking about the boot loader. Maybe the more
correct thing is to recognize it after RB is loaded: in this case all
the interrupt vectors should be available.
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