Greatly improved USB support on the Ipod Nano 2G, Ipod Classic, Sansa Clip v2, Clip+, Clip Zip, and Fuze v2Battery life on Sansa Clip v2, Clip+, Clip Zip, and Fuze v2 is approximately doubled
And wow, they're far from the $20-30 I remembered.
After 4 years of development, version 3.14 of the open source digital audio player operating system Rockbox has been released. Some new things since version 3.13:Ipod Nano 2G, Sansa Fuze+, Sony NWZ E360/E370/E380, Creative Zen Mozaic, Zen X-Fi, Zen X-Fi 3, Zen X-Fi Style, Samsung YH-820, YH-920 and YH-925 are now stableGreatly improved USB support on the Ipod Nano 2G, Ipod Classic, Sansa Clip v2, Clip+, Clip Zip, and Fuze v2Battery life on Sansa Clip v2, Clip+, Clip Zip, and Fuze v2 is approximately doubledNew DSP effects including Haas effect surround sound, perceptual bass enhancement, and fatigue reductionConfigurable master sampling rate and new resamplerImproved Opus and SPC performance and compatibilityImproved file browser and music database performanceSeveral new games and pluginsSee full release notes: 3.14
Can you recommend any device for Rockbox which is still being produce and costs on the market no more than 20-25€ (25-30$)
Such a shame I can't give it a try, as my Fuse's turned into a lil' brick and refused to display any sign of life, for no apparent reason, a few years back!Sorry for the little digression, but I wonder if anyone else ran into this, with the same player...