Might be a question better asked over on the rockbox forum perhaps?
post #151 of 442
3/16/08 at 6:06am
Thanks for the advice.^^^
Just in case anyone else is looking for the same information:
I found out that in order to change the boot priorities you need to obtain a modified bootloader. I have yet to source one yet but the developers of rockbox said it shouldn't be too difficult modifying the existing one. I'll post again on this thread if i find a source for a reversed ipod mini Bootloader.
Newegg.com - A-DATA 16GB Compact Flash (CF) Flash Card Model SPEEDY CF 16GB - Retail
57$ for a 16gb card.
iPod mini compactflash mod + rockbox - iPod - iPhone - iTunes Forums at iLounge
Did a little digging around, and on that page are links to recompiled rockbox for both 1st and 2 gen minis. No idea if they've worked or not so use at your own discretion. Also if they are successful does that mean I can use any brand of compact flash aside from the adata ones (though they tend to be the cheapest only place I can get them from is hong kong on ebay, something I'm a bit cautious about in case I get a fake)?
So here are my questions:
What iPod mini version are you using for the 32GB Transcend card, since you got a few. 1st or 2nd gen?
What is the exact product ID of the CF card, in case Trancend produces more than one kind?
And a general question to the overall community:
I don't have too much music, even with the FLACs I have, I don't even reach 16GB. Should I still go for the 32GB mod?
My arguments for 16GB are:
+cheaper than 32GB (surprise surprise)
+fits my whole collection
Pros for 32GB are:
+iPod can be used as a portable drive for files of other kind. (At least I hope Apple OS will allow me to do so)
+Collection won't shrink, so 32GB seems "future proof".