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Old 05-24-2009, 09:07 PM
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Noodles! Rockbox glitches my 320kpbs mp3 files half way and needs to be rebooted
Are you sure that it's the latest build? Sounds like what was happening 2 or 3 builds ago o_O
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:26 PM
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I'm not sure. My build right now is r20981-090518!
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:31 PM
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r20783-090425 and running great.
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:33 PM
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r20783-090425 and running great.
Mind sharing? I would love to have gapless playback without any glitches
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:38 PM
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Maybe this will help clarify for anyone having trouble -

At the root of the Clip I see these directories -

MUSIC
RECORD
AUDIBLE
PODCASTS
AUDIOBOOKS
.rockbox

Inside the .rockbox directory, there are these files and directories -

database.ignore
rockbox-info.txt
rockbox.sansa
tagnavi.config
viewers.config
wps
themes
rocks
langs
icons
fonts
eqs
docs
codepages
codecs
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nvram.bin
config.cfg
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:42 PM
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That has nothing to do with my problem I just have glitches where is stops my music playing mp3 files.
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Old 05-24-2009, 09:56 PM
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Right, that was for the other guy who was apparently having trouble with his unzip program.

I've got the same build as you and I have had a few freezes when I was exploring the applications, and once while just playing an .ogg file. I've been listening just about all afternoon. My mp3s are all VBR, they seem to play through just fine.
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That has nothing to do with my problem I just have glitches where is stops my music playing mp3 files.
you might want to take a look at your file tagging. I had the same problem with some of my mp3's and retagged them...problem solved.
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I did it and it works. crossfade makes my player stop playing anything, though.
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r20783-090425 and running great.
Well I see that since that version developers were mostly working with the clock frequencies, maybe that causes all those stops and freezes. I am having them too, mostly with mp3's, ogg's play nice most of the time.
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Old 05-25-2009, 05:15 AM
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Great to hear of the successful use!

For those who are Rockboxing: if you boot to the original SanDisk firmware (or flash back to it), can you play DRM'ed files? Or is that ability lost?
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Old 05-25-2009, 05:44 AM
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Funman mentioned that the ability to play DRMed files will be lost forever once you flash a Rockbox bootloader on the Clip. You asked this question a few pages ago and already got a definite answer: http://anythingbutipod.com/forum/sho...&postcount=189
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Well I see that since that version developers were mostly working with the clock frequencies, maybe that causes all those stops and freezes. I am having them too, mostly with mp3's, ogg's play nice most of the time.
what part about "running great" was lost in the translation, no stops and no freezes. I play albums all the way thru without problems and it sounds great. The infrequent freeze that may happen is my fault for tooling around with too much during music playback, but this rarely happens.
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what part about "running great" was lost in the translation, no stops and no freezes. I play albums all the way thru without problems and it sounds great. The infrequent freeze that may happen is my fault for tooling around with too much during music playback, but this rarely happens.
I mean I am having same stops and freezes as lot of other testers. It looks like one of the main developer is having them too. But you don't weird... What format of music are you usually listening to ? Maybe some special tagging or something ?
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I did it and it works. crossfade makes my player stop playing anything, though.
I had to go and try for myself, wish now I didn't. Playback totally locked up after turning on crossfade and I couldn't turn off crossfade again. The only way I got it back to working was to flash back to OF, wipe out the .rockbox directory and then reload rockbox.

I'm not complaining (i know there are no guarantees on firmware still in development) so much as trying to warn others...
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I mean I am having same stops and freezes as lot of other testers. It looks like one of the main developer is having them too. But you don't weird... What format of music are you usually listening to ? Maybe some special tagging or something ?
oh, my confusion since you quoted me. On older stuff I have 192 vbr, tagged in mp3tag. I'll try some other rips today and post back later.
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I had to go and try for myself, wish now I didn't. Playback totally locked up after turning on crossfade and I couldn't turn off crossfade again. The only way I got it back to working was to flash back to OF, wipe out the .rockbox directory and then reload rockbox.

I'm not complaining (i know there are no guarantees on firmware still in development) so much as trying to warn others...
You could just replace old .rockbox folder with the unmodified one. No need to reflash.
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i found out not why it didn't rockboxed before. the clip got still recognized in the "sansa usb mode". you cannot rockbox it there. at some point it chanfed to msc mode. it is weird.
it is working great now. i only have some database issues sometimes and for some reason i couldn't play any audiofiles anymore and it didn't let me erase the .rockbox folder (i had to format it then).
it is nice to see what the small, little clip is able to do. so tiny, but a wonderful player
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i found out not why it didn't rockboxed before. the clip got still recognized in the "sansa usb mode". you cannot rockbox it there. at some point it chanfed to msc mode. it is weird.
it is working great now. i only have some database issues sometimes and for some reason i couldn't play any audiofiles anymore and it didn't let me erase the .rockbox folder (i had to format it then).
it is nice to see what the small, little clip is able to do. so tiny, but a wonderful player
Originally I found that after the initial flashing it changed the OF to "auto detect" and I always just changed it back to msc, I haven't checked if that's still the case.
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With 1.01.30 and earlier the stock firmware got reset to default values after each update, you always have to set it to MSC manually. With 1.01.32 it keeps the MSC setting for me after each bootloader update, only the language and region have to be set.
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