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Rockbox 3.11.2 released, New stable release of opensource firmware replacement for various PMPs
saratoga
post Apr 12 2012, 20:47
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Version 3.11.2 of the open source digital audio player software Rockbox has been released.

See full release notes: 3.11 / 3.11.2

Some new things since version 3.10:
  • The Sansa c200v2 series and MPIO HD300 are now stable
  • Allow customisation of the main menu (see Advanced Topics section of the manual)
  • USB enabled on Sansa Clip+, Clip V2, and Fuze V2
  • Sansa Clip players can now return to WPS using the Home key
  • iPod hardware clicker
  • Implemented GUI boost (timed out CPU boost during scroll activity) for a more responsive GUI.
  • List icons and theme images can now have alpha information embedded
  • Add support for down-mixing multichannel FLAC files
  • A large number of bug fixes


This post has been edited by db1989: Apr 12 2012, 21:51
Reason for edit: moving release-note links so they appear on Portal, adding first two links, additions to titles
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marc2003
post Apr 13 2012, 14:20
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QUOTE (http://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-sansaclipplus/rockbox-buildch3.html)
3.3 USB Charging

To charge your player over USB, hold any button while plugging it in. This will prevent it from connecting to your computer and let you continue to use it normally. Your player must already be in Rockbox for this to function.

Note: Be aware that this button may still perform its normal function, so it is recommended to use a button without harmful side effects, such as Select.


also, as you won't need to boot into the original firmware anymore, i'd delete all it's files/folders ('m left with just .rockbox and MUSIC when i'm done). this gives ~180MB in space which is a good 3-4 albums to me. that obviously can differ depending on what encoding you use.

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