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  • Category User Interface
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Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Anonymous Submitter - 2003-10-22
Last edited by bagder - 2003-12-05

FS#1753 - studio 10 can't power off on adapter

A studio 10 w/ CVS 20031013.
I can’t power off (by holding stop) when plugged in to
adapter. CVS 20030709 works fine.
Don’t have any releases between these 2 to try to see
when problem started happening.


Closed by  bagder
2003-12-05 09:16
Reason for closing:  Wont Fix
Project Manager
zagor commented on 2003-10-22 14:50

The poweroff code hasn’t been changed in ages. In september
a change was made so that we no longer *reboot* a
DC-connected archos when you press OFF, since it served no

Are you saying your 20030709 version powers *off* (i.e. green
light goes off) rather than simply reboots?

Anonymous Submitter commented on 2003-10-22 17:05

I didn’t look at it that way. You are right. The 20030709
does do a reboot. Then says ‘Charging’. I realize that when
the charger is connected, pause is no different
than ‘Charging’. But that means, without reboot, the screen
will stay in WPS if paused and seems to be ignoring you.

Project Manager
zagor commented on 2003-10-22 21:58

If you press pause, it will pause. If you plug in the charger, it will
charge. I don’t understand how you mean it is “ignoring you”?

Anonymous Submitter commented on 2003-10-23 01:54

Let’s start from the beginning… When it is plugged-in and off, it will say ‘Charging’.
After holding the ON button, it will start the firmware and
then boot RockBox from disk. Then it will display the root
directory. If, after that, I press and hold the STOP button, it
won’t do go back to ‘Charging’ as it did in the past. It will still
display the root directory. (holding STOP is ignored)
By first unplugging it, and then holding the STOP button, it
will shut down.
I was just used to turning it ‘off’ and then unplugging it. I
guess that now I’ll have to unplug it first and then shut it off.
Sorry if I caused a bit of confusion.


Project Manager
zagor commented on 2003-10-23 08:35

Thank you for the explanation.

Yes, you need to unplug before turning it off. You always
needed to, we just don’t reboot it any more.


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