Rockbox

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Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by itsayellow - 2004-10-01
Last edited by itsayellow - 2004-10-01

FS#2337 - can't turn off if turned on while charging

I have a Studio 20 player.
Tested with the latest daily: rockbox-player-20041001.zip

HW info:

ROM: 5.06
USB: neg
ATA: 0x300m
Mask: 0000
Flash: BF,D6
RomCRC: 222F

If I plug in my archos while it’s off, then turn it on,
I am unable to turn it off normally by holding the
‘Stop’ key down. The backlight comes on as I press
‘Stop’, signifying that the archos realized that I
pushed the button, but holding it down does nothing.

If I unplug the AC adapter, and then hold down ‘Stop’,
the unit powers down normally.

Closed by  linusnielsen
2004-10-01 05:59
Reason for closing:  Rejected
Additional comments about closing:  

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This is normal. The hardware won't let us turn off when the
charger is connected. I assume that you want it to go back
to showing "CHARGING…" instead, but it isn't turned off in
that case either.

So since we can't turn it off, we can just as well stay
active, since it is charging the batteries regardless.

Project Manager

This is normal. The hardware won’t let us turn off when the
charger is connected. I assume that you want it to go back
to showing “CHARGING…” instead, but it isn’t turned off in
that case either.

So since we can’t turn it off, we can just as well stay
active, since it is charging the batteries regardless.

OK, I see what you’re saying from a technical standpoint.

Unfortunately, from the user standpoint, it makes it seem as
though sometimes the ‘Stop’ button doesn’t work. It doesn’t
quite make sense psychologically to someone who isn’t aware
of the fine distinctions of what is “on” and what is “off.” It would be great if the unit would go back to saying
“CHARGING…“, just so the user sees consisitency and
doesn’t feel (as I have for the past long while) that
something is broken. Especially if you don’t notice (as I
haven’t for the past long while) that it only happens while
the unit is plugged in. I used to just think, “Hmmm,
sometimes this firmware doesn’t work.”

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