So I'm just gonna take a guess and say that foo_dop no longer works for ios7?Unfortunately, that means I'm gonna have to find a new media player. The one thing I hate more than iTunes is having multiple programs that do the same thing on my computer.
Is it known whether there are any alternatives in the works? After now using iTunes just to copy music, I realize how used I got to the awesomeness of this component compared to that crap...
Hi,could someone please upload the latest iphonecalc.dll? The Mediafire-link on the website is down.
Hi guys I'm having a problem I can't figure out how to solve.I recently moved foobar from one computer to another and was able to move all my configurations and settings. However, I'm having an issue with the iPod manager plugin.I was able to view all the music on my ipod. I was also able to remove all the music on my ipod. I am unable to reload my music to my ipod. Foobar crashes anytime I attempt to synchronize. I am still using my other computer as well and I am able to load music on the ipod with no problems. I was planning on moving to this new computer permanently so I would like to get this working. I am using the same components in both foobar installations. I verified that the encoders work under the ipod preferences. I also encoded some of my FLAC files to AAC, and then tried loading those files and still got a crash.This was the case with both 0.6.9.7 and 0.6.9.6. My working installation is using 0.6.9.6 I'm relatively new to foobar so I'm not sue what information you guys would need to help me trouble shoot this. Thanks for the help in advance!
This isn't documented anywhere on http://yuo.be/wiki/dop:start so I thought I'd post this here in case if anyone came from Google search looking for an answer.It says Nano 7th Generation only requires iPhonecalc.dll, but apparently you also need to be on 1.0.2 firmware. Updating to 1.0.3 will break foo_dop functionality and give you the usual SQL write error.Acquire iPod_1.0.2_37A20067.ipsw and shift click [Restore iPod...] in iTunes to downgrade back to 1.0.2. You need "Manually manage music and videos" checked but you do not need to preload any music using iTunes first as some suggested.
Q: What is the latest version of foo_dop? I ask because Foobar Web Site indicates v0.6.8.7? However, this, indicates v0.6.8.9?
Quote from: TheEmpathicEar on 17 July, 2014, 01:50:44 PMQ: What is the latest version of foo_dop? I ask because Foobar Web Site indicates v0.6.8.7? However, this, indicates v0.6.8.9?You probably read it wrong because both pages say 6.9.7.As for Zune, WMP, iPod Classic, I'm afraid I can't help you. My Nano 7g was the first Apple device I bought.
What has your experience using it been like?
Quote from: TheEmpathicEar on 18 July, 2014, 09:25:15 PMWhat has your experience using it been like?As long as the device is supported, it works as it should
I forgot to ask. Are you using v0.6.9.7?
[I got album dates displaying: ['['%date%']'] %album% (got this from a tutorial on foo_dop)]My question is does it make sense to try to get track numbers displaying next to titles? This is what I got using my Zune. And, what here should I use to do this? My first attempt was to iPod Manager>Field == Title and Mapping == %tracknumber%-%title%. I tried "Synchronize" alone. Next, I tried rewrite database and then "Synchronize". Obviously, I'm not getting the format correctly and/or there are other steps I need to do?