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post #6811 of 12666

I was going to hang fire though until the new firmware (this week) is out

post #6812 of 12666

Just put on "Atlanta" by Porcupine Tree... Sorry lads, I'm not available for testing until I'm done listening to this gem of a live recording. 

 

That's something I've noticed with the DX100 - It makes me stop what I'm doing and just sort of sink into the music. Please don't tell my boss.

post #6813 of 12666
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Originally Posted by surfer1000 View Post

I was going to hang fire though until the new firmware (this week) is out

By chance

Are both players showing the same issue?

Do you use foobar2000 for tagging?
post #6814 of 12666

Ive only got one player, no dbpoweramp is used for ripping/tagging

post #6815 of 12666

It even works ok when you use a full stop as well as a space

 

So Ub40 will show as U.B.40


Edited by surfer1000 - 7/10/12 at 1:27am
post #6816 of 12666
I don't have this problem, I just wanted to express my appreciation for the information figgie is providing.

Figgie, thank you for being awesome.
post #6817 of 12666
So this little guy CPU is a RockChip RK2918...

Arm A8 @1Ghz. 2d/3d gpu built in

Definitely NOT underpowered... :/

But I was correct


The "firmware" is separate than the OS in this guy. Now to find put base memory.....
Edited by figgie - 7/12/12 at 8:10am
post #6818 of 12666
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So this little guy CPU is a rockchip 2918...
Arm A8 @1Ghz. Along with 2d/3d gpu built in
Definitely NOT underpowered... :/
But I was correct
The "firmware" is separate than the OS in this guy. Now to find put base memory.....

So it could run ICS then ?

post #6819 of 12666
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I don't have this problem, I just wanted to express my appreciation for the information figgie is providing.
Figgie, thank you for being awesome.

Agreed, pretty damn nice! Let us know if you need any info from us smile.gif

post #6820 of 12666
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So it could run ICS then ?

Look up any chinatablet device..more than likely answer...yep.

The unfortunate part is.. if FoZhou rockchip is doing the software fixes...pulling teeth....for a loooonnnggg time. :'(
post #6821 of 12666

Just got this in from Ibasso:-

 

"We are testing our new firmware. Hopefully, we can release it on this weekend. Otherwise, we will release it on next weekend."

 

Why it has to go from one weekend to another is a mystery but there you go!


Edited by surfer1000 - 7/10/12 at 3:25am
post #6822 of 12666
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Originally Posted by figgie View Post

OK.
So there are two music players (wow... I am not going to even start on how f'ing silly that is). One plays just one album without proceeding to the next. The other has a sort or problem with descending sort on number.
Roffensian and sorrensiim
Your tracks.. anyway to make a copy of an album and replace the spaces with underscores?
Example
01 - Pretty Little Thing.flac
01-Pretty_Little_Thing.flac
Do this for two albums... along with artist (if needed) and album title (if needed).
The other question... are the two music players custom? Or is one based on Google music?
I managed to get the dx100 update image mounted in the Android sdk... unfortunately it is on work computer so won't get access until I head to work later.

 

 

OK, so here's what I did.

 

Checked an album in windows, the file name in the iBasso music folder is ##<space>trackname.  Looked in the main music player on the DX100 and the player has removed the ##<space>, leaving only the filename.  The player then adds it's own numbering of ###<period>

 

The album has 12 tracks, and in the DX100 track 12 (filename '12 Name' is listed in the main music player as '001.Name'.

 

If I rename the file in windows to put underscores instead of spaces the sequencing is correct, and what's more it converts the underscores to spaces - so track 1 is now track 1 and the name reads correctly.  That's a limited test, but if it's true for everything then all I have to do is replace space with underscore everytime it occurs (!) and the problem is fixed.  However, I don't believe that you can do a search and replace on file names!

 

 

In terms of system memory, under settings > applications the total amount of memory (used and free) is shown as 503MB, so I'm guessing that equates to 512MB of system memory.

 

 

@surfer, you do have two players - hit the menu icon above 'All Music' in the main music menu or the same icon at the top of the detailed now playing screen and it will open up a new menu.  The Albums option in that menu allows you to play one album at a time (by pressing the first song title in the album).

 

Finally, to echo others, figgie - you are being an incredible help, thank you!


Edited by Roffensian - 7/10/12 at 5:12am
post #6823 of 12666

Ok

I'm following Ibasso reccomendations to re-format and re-install firmware to see if this cures my loer case problem.

 

However following their instructions windows cannot find a driver for this platform!!!

 

I am picking the win 7 driver (from the x86) folder and thats what i get, im using windows 7 64bit!

 

Any ideas anyone ?

post #6824 of 12666
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Originally Posted by surfer1000 View Post

Ok

I'm following Ibasso reccomendations to re-format and re-install firmware to see if this cures my loer case problem.

 

However following their instructions windows cannot find a driver for this platform!!!

 

I am picking the win 7 driver (from the x86) folder and thats what i get, im using windows 7 64bit!

 

Any ideas anyone ?

Surfer

 

you need the AMD64 bit driver ;) it is a for the 64 bit system (long story, AMD has the patent on the 64 bit extension, yes even the one that intel leverages in there CPU's). The x86 driver is for the 32 bit system ;)

post #6825 of 12666
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Originally Posted by Roffensian View Post

 

 

OK, so here's what I did.

 

Checked an album in windows, the file name in the iBasso music folder is ##<space>trackname.  Looked in the main music player on the DX100 and the player has removed the ##<space>, leaving only the filename.  The player then adds it's own numbering of ###<period>

 

The album has 12 tracks, and in the DX100 track 12 (filename '12 Name' is listed in the main music player as '001.Name'.

 

If I rename the file in windows to put underscores instead of spaces the sequencing is correct, and what's more it converts the underscores to spaces - so track 1 is now track 1 and the name reads correctly.  That's a limited test, but if it's true for everything then all I have to do is replace space with underscore everytime it occurs (!) and the problem is fixed.  However, I don't believe that you can do a search and replace on file names!

 

 

In terms of system memory, under settings > applications the total amount of memory (used and free) is shown as 503MB, so I'm guessing that equates to 512MB of system memory.

 

 

@surfer, you do have two players - hit the menu icon above 'All Music' in the main music menu or the same icon at the top of the detailed now playing screen and it will open up a new menu.  The Albums option in that menu allows you to play one album at a time (by pressing the first song title in the album).

 

Finally, to echo others, figgie - you are being an incredible help, thank you!

Hey Guys. No problem.

 

I would love to own this system but these User Interface concern are a huge no go for me. Now if iBasso is keep ing track of this thread, I am for hire on a per time basis! Get all your issues prioritized and in a clear concise report!... ;)

 

back to the problem

 

I am thinking it is in fact a player problem not an OS problem. The question becomes, is the a FuZhou Rockchip development or iBasso?

 

In your instance the Underscores are converted to spaces by the player but it is also butchering the numbering and formatting them with 3 digits (###). Try the firmware reflasher posted by surfer and see if that clears you up. It should. Try two offending albums afterwards and see what happens (if the probelm returns or not).

 

there is a way to do what you mentioned of renaming all files from file name.ext to File_name.ext. Requires script (powerscript). The gist of it, look at the file name and replace spc with _ go to next file.


Edited by figgie - 7/10/12 at 7:02am
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