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post #16 of 129
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Originally Posted by trondis23 View Post
I prefer to use the 3*3 grid to navigate instead of direct touchscreen.


Me too - that's why I made my own theme for the Archos 32 with the 3x3 overlay. The stock Cabbie theme isn't very well adapted for touch screens so far, IMO.

post #17 of 129

@dfkt

 

thx alot, it fits on my screen. anyway here it is:

 

Device name: HTC Aria

Android version: 2.2 Froyo

Phone Status: Not Rooted

 

Works fine on my phone, it can play musics well and nicely, replace my stock player anytime now

 

 

post #18 of 129

Device name: HTC Desire HD
Which version of Android you are running: 2.2
Is your Device rooted?: no
Any other information that you think may be helpful: 

 

Database builds fine for me and searches. Found everything (even in-game music that it possibly shouldn't have!) Maybe some kind of folder mask would be useful. Maybe Trondis23 has a file the system crashes whem trying to parse?

 

The menu items could do with being a bit bigger as I sometimes hit the wrong menu option. No motion sensor (at least, it doesn't change orientation when I rotate it - should it?)

 

Graphic equaliser buttons FAR too small, difficult to pick sliders.

 

Using the Android build from the first post.

post #19 of 129
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Originally Posted by Djini View Post

 

Database builds fine for me and searches. Found everything (even in-game music that it possibly shouldn't have!) Maybe some kind of folder mask would be useful. Maybe Trondis23 has a file the system crashes whem trying to parse?

 

 

 

I have tried to mask folders on the SD card (using "database.exclude" files).  But it will crash every time. I get the message " *panic* Stkov tagcache " in tiny letters. What could be the reason?
 

post #20 of 129

HTC ERIS

Custom 2.1 ROM

Yes, it is rooted

 

Thanks dfkt for the 320X480 fix.

 

It seems to work fine. This is the first time I have used Rockbox and I like it. The graphic EQ is way to small, but thats about it so far.

 

Cheers.

post #21 of 129

I've removed it. The interface isn't as good for the benefits of the music settings.

 

They need to work on the touchscreen UI more, maybe a new theme?

post #22 of 129
Thread Starter 

@mp3, Yes, I am running the 800x480 on my Archos 70, so it should work.

post #23 of 129
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Djini View Post

I've removed it. The interface isn't as good for the benefits of the music settings.

 

They need to work on the touchscreen UI more, maybe a new theme?


I kind of agree with that myself.  Android is a new animal and Rockbox may want to consider a slight tweak to the menu UI.  Since it's still in "Alpha" stage who knows what may be down the pike.

post #24 of 129
Thread Starter 

Update:

 

The Registry was added to Post #1 and placed in alphabetical order by device name.

 

The guidelines and links to builds were added to Post #2.

post #25 of 129

Phil, you could add the 320x480 build to the second post: http://www.mediafire.com/?d0ioyngdgc6tywp

post #26 of 129
Thread Starter 

Done.

post #27 of 129

any news about this app? I had lots of FCs when the phone in idle state, but it does not happen when listening to music tho...

post #28 of 129

HTC Desire 

Rooted

Gingerbread (2.3)

 

Works fine - have not experienced any crashes, but requires an option to exit.

 

Cowon D3

Not Rooted

Firmware 3.27

 

Works fine as well - some may experience audio cut-outs and freeze / lag, but these issues are assocatied with the D3 rather than the Rockbox built itself. Note that within the Android Cowon build, Rockbox could use Cowon sound enhancement settings if rockbox had the options within the player itself as these are part of the Android framework on the device

post #29 of 129

If anyone needs a Rockbox WPS theme for the Archos 32 (or any other 240x400 screen), I just released my DFKT Minimum A32 Theme.

post #30 of 129

What's the biggest capacity Android phone out there? I would really like to have a 64GB phone and Apple is still not doing it, for reasons unknown...

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