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post #31 of 98

I'm unable to unzip your file.

post #32 of 98
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RIGHT! I'll take care of posting some of mine during the next day or so, I need to spool them off my Galaxy S... However, thanks mikop for the size comparison photos!
 

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Photos?



 

post #33 of 98
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I'll repost the zip file, and test it better, IM REALLY SORRY.

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I'm unable to unzip your file.



 

post #34 of 98
For battery life- i had similar rknano player onda vx323, which battery life stated was 15 hours(x30- 20hours). With 128kbit mp3 and some operation it lasted 22 hours(flat eq). So x30 will last even longer.
post #35 of 98
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Yes, I'm really QUITE surprised at how long the battery life for the X30 is. I still plan on doing my timed test, I just ran out of time this weekend, LOL, hopefully I will do a better job this week. I'd like to get it posted before Easter.

 

I'm currently uploading the photos I've taken to see if any of them are adequate, If not I'll do a little photo shoot this morning and post those.

post #36 of 98
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I've updated the OP with the new LINK to the zip file for the Upgrade Tutorial, containing the translated Firmware
 

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I'll repost the zip file, and test it better, IM REALLY SORRY.



 



 

post #37 of 98

Hello, please tell me, touch the button for the player?

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Hello, please tell me, touch the button for the player?

 


I'm guessing you mean, is this player a physical button player, or is it touchscreen-based. It is a physical button-based player.

post #39 of 98

Thank you for your response.
tell me whether you can delete songs during playback?

post #40 of 98
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Thank you for your response.
tell me whether you can delete songs during playback?

 


You're welcome. As for deleting songs, I believe you have to do that on your computer. I haven't found a menu option for direct deletion from the device.

post #41 of 98

any1 ever compare the teclasts with the sansas? thx in advance!

post #42 of 98

Player came at us in Russia with a new name .. 

Texet T470
firmware in Russian
post #43 of 98

I use one of these. Everything is fine, almost wonderful considering  it's size and price. If rockboxed, it can easily topple down the sansa clip regarding price/performance ratio  IMO

 

One thing I wonder, did any other experience a weirdness about its shuffle feature? I have ~300 tracks filed into seperate folders but the device seems to favor some songs and repeats these more often the the others. If I cant find a proper solution to this, I may head back to RB ipod 5.5 :\

post #44 of 98

where did you find the flat little cable betwen your mp3 player and your fiio? (I don't speak english very well sorry if there's mistakes)
 

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where did you find the flat little cable betwen your mp3 player and your fiio? (I don't speak english very well sorry if there's mistakes)

 

I believe you're asking me about the interconnect in the OP pics, I bought it from iBasso. The model has been discontinued though and was called the CB04 Here is a link http://ibasso.com/en/products/show.asp?ID=52
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