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Open Source Firmware For iRiver players

Reply #175
I can't wait for a first beta of H300 bootloader. Got myself a 5-month used H320 several days ago, which came pretty cheap — less than $250, hehe.
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Reply #176
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Then there appears to be glitches every 90secs - however, I need to check this with different sources before I say that's a problem. 

EDIT: the glitches / drop-outs were caused by the source (doh!), so Rockbox is looking good for that now.


So there is no more 'glitch' ?

That sounds way too interesting ...
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Open Source Firmware For iRiver players

Reply #177
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Then there appears to be glitches every 90secs - however, I need to check this with different sources before I say that's a problem. 

EDIT: the glitches / drop-outs were caused by the source (doh!), so Rockbox is looking good for that now.


So there is no more 'glitch' ?

That sounds way too interesting ...
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Yep, seems to have been fixed.  Still some freezing issues, but they know about it.  They've still to add the peak meters, so a bit to do.

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Reply #178
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I can't wait for a first beta of H300 bootloader. Got myself a 5-month used H320 several days ago, which came pretty cheap — less than $250, hehe. rolleyes.gif

Just saw this! Very, very cool.

Open Source Firmware For iRiver players

Reply #179
Just like to add that as of today's daiily build the remote is now fully functional in CVS.  It's been a long time since I had full functionality of the remote without having to boot into the iRiver firmware (which is just a pain to use now) so I'm really happy about it.  It's like being reunited with a long lost friend
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Open Source Firmware For iRiver players

Reply #180
BTW, is it safe to use H300 bootloader now or should I wait for some kind of a stable release?
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Open Source Firmware For iRiver players

Reply #181
It's pretty much safe from what many H300 users at Misticriver have said and it plays music now.
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Open Source Firmware For iRiver players

Reply #183
Glitchless recording with working peakmeters has been available for a few days now on the H1xx.

See this post for some more useful info.  vinylivo's post is also useful and some of the posts after this have some other handy info about recording.

 
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