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post #196 of 1228
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Is it possible to Fast forward in a track or goto to a particular point within a track without having to play the while track up to to that point ?

Press and hold the >>| button.
post #197 of 1228
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Originally Posted by ratinox View Post

Press and hold the >>| button.

Thanks - it seems a bit buggy to me at the moment though eg sometimes jumping to the next track or tracks before fast forwarding.
post #198 of 1228
Nice job, thank you xzcc and Rockbox team!
With RB, I would favor DX50 over Fiio X3, even though I personally prefer X3's amp design.
Is it more difficult to Rockbox Fiio X3? I am not sure if it is based on Andriod though (I am guessing it is not).
post #199 of 1228
So is everything that was on the DX50 as far as FW goes on the Rock Box edition? Minus some of the freezing and volume issues that others have stated.
post #200 of 1228

If I remember, the X3's main advantage over the dx50 is the beefier amp, right?

post #201 of 1228

subscribed!!

post #202 of 1228
Sorry for the trouble, but can anyone tell me how to create playlists in rockbox? Thanks in advance!
post #203 of 1228
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Originally Posted by xaddictionx View Post

Sorry for the trouble, but can anyone tell me how to create playlists in rockbox? Thanks in advance!

 



It's fairly documented in every RB manual. It should work for DX50 as well.

http://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodvideo/rockbox-buildch5.html#x8-990005.10
post #204 of 1228
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Originally Posted by xaddictionx View Post

Sorry for the trouble, but can anyone tell me how to create playlists in rockbox? Thanks in advance!

 



It's fairly documented in every RB manual. It should work for DX50 as well.

http://download.rockbox.org/daily/manual/rockbox-ipodvideo/rockbox-buildch5.html#x8-990005.10
Thanks for your inputs! smily_headphones1.gif
post #205 of 1228

For those interested dbm (http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~davison/software/dbm/) and beatunes works for playlist.

You just need to batch rename the path in the playlist.

post #206 of 1228

Guys i wanna know what you think about the battery performance ??

 

i though it performs very well, because it remained in the 90s for a long time, but from 90s to 0 just in like 10 min ..

 

so i charged it again tried to monitor it through running time in the system options, but it discharged in about 3 hours 30 min playing flacs.

 

to be honest i never knew how much it lasted on stock firmware, thats why i ask because i might have a faulty battery, but if not faulty then i think it is rated to last much more than that ..

post #207 of 1228
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Originally Posted by kingdixon View Post

Guys i wanna know what you think about the battery performance ??

i though it performs very well, because it remained in the 90s for a long time, but from 90s to 0 just in like 10 min ..

so i charged it again tried to monitor it through running time in the system options, but it discharged in about 3 hours 30 min playing flacs.

to be honest i never knew how much it lasted on stock firmware, thats why i ask because i might have a faulty battery, but if not faulty then i think it is rated to last much more than that ..
Hmm. Opposite from your experience here. On mine, the stock firmware drains my battery from fully charged in about 5+hrs while running mostly on WAV. On Rockbox it seems better. Probably slightly leaning towards 6+hrs to 7hrs. The stock battery is really lousy. Probably you may want to consider getting a S3 battery for replacement.
post #208 of 1228
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Originally Posted by xaddictionx View Post


Hmm. Opposite from your experience here. On mine, the stock firmware drains my battery from fully charged in about 5+hrs while running mostly on WAV. On Rockbox it seems better. Probably slightly leaning towards 6+hrs to 7hrs. The stock battery is really lousy. Probably you may want to consider getting a S3 battery for replacement.

 

 

well i already got two anker batteries, i might start using one of them.

 

i had to ask because rockbox + clip+ had nice battery performance but rockbox + ipod classic was too bad battery wise, i mean my ipod it had a very nice battery, i could listen for a week on one charge, but with rockbox it lasted only 1 hour 30 min ..

post #209 of 1228
Battery seems to be fine. Just got the latest update. Currently listening to it right now.
post #210 of 1228

Working on adb and fonts. problem solved


Edited by Ishera - 3/18/14 at 7:23pm
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