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post #256 of 357
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I'm on a Mac, do I still need a windows machine to remove rockbox?
 



 



Yeah, I do think you still need to have a PC. You should just upgrade. wink.gif

post #257 of 357

have to say that ive used rockbox since yesterday and nothing is wrong or unstable here. It looks good , it is booting quick, i lost the static on my hm602 that was barely audible yet was there... iam actually using the DAP again.

post #258 of 357


What's the procedure for installing a Theme on the 801?
 

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Originally Posted by HungryDaze View Post

Yes. Download this theme http://themes.rockbox.org/index.php?themeid=1415&target=sansafuze (or which you like most for Fuze) and put a jpeg file named "Cover" in each folder.

 



 



 

post #259 of 357

 

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Yeah, I do think you still need to have a PC. You should just upgrade. wink.gif



Yeah I'm thinking about it......you big jerk....

post #260 of 357

So I'm on firmware 0.08 and I'm using a Mac. Does any kind soul want to walk me through this process so I can avoid bricking a device I couldn't afford in the first place?

post #261 of 357

Aya I hate you guys :). I have 5 DAPs and now am on the rocks about selling the 601 :P

post #262 of 357
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Aya I hate you guys :). I have 5 DAPs and now am on the rocks about selling the 601 :P



And that's why we like youbiggrin.gif.

post #263 of 357


Sell Studio instead. wink_face.gif

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Aya I hate you guys :). I have 5 DAPs and now am on the rocks about selling the 601 :P



 

post #264 of 357

Not gonna be trying this after all. Have sold the HM-801 and kept the Colorfly C4

post #265 of 357
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Sell Studio instead. wink_face.gif



 

Hell would freeze over before that happened ;)

 

post #266 of 357

Seriously doubt it. cool.gif HM-601 is better in every way, because it can be

 modified in various ways. Studio has just an "all in one" chip and sound-tweakers.

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Hell would freeze over before that happened ;)

 



 


Edited by HungryDaze - 3/7/12 at 12:44am
post #267 of 357
However studio is build like a tank and the battery lasts for ever. If I were to drop them both I would try to catch the 601 and make sure my toes were out of the way of the Studio
post #268 of 357

Modified HM-601 sounds better than HM-602. I would definitely choose it over Studio.


Edited by HungryDaze - 3/7/12 at 1:01am
post #269 of 357
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Originally Posted by HungryDaze View Post

Modified HM-601 sounds better than HM-602. I would definitely choose it over Studio.


The key word is modified. Not everyone is technically inclined to do such modifications. And where are the postings to such mods? Also have you heard the current Studio V? I'm not talking about Studio I. They are both different. Also the fact of voiding any warranty support really isn't appealing on a $260.00 DAP.
post #270 of 357

I don't know if there are such posts on head-fi. In Russia we have at least two specialists, who make such modifications. One of them currently does it for money. HM-601 rarely break after they've solved the button problem. I voided my warranty support when I first tried Rockbox (the first version) on HM-601. :)

 

I still doubt that all in one chips can sound better than modified HM-601.
 

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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


The key word is modified. Not everyone is technically inclined to do such modifications. And where are the postings to such mods? Also have you heard the current Studio V? I'm not talking about Studio I. They are both different. Also the fact of voiding any warranty support really isn't appealing on a $260.00 DAP.


 


Edited by HungryDaze - 3/7/12 at 1:51am
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