I highly recommend to copy themes to internal drive (/mnt/sdcard/rockbox) not to system partition with cwm, adb or in a .img file (/system)
Because after a update you have to install them again
Edited by cholero - 7/25/14 at 7:15am
lol, I did I guess. I think adding the themes to the img file would benefit those who frequently flash FW now that there are a lot of FWs available both stock and modded to try.
But yeah, if iBasso release a new firmware you have to create a separate build to include those themes.
Do you mean the click at startup or the one when you play the first song?
If it is the second one, how long did you wait between "Rockbox ready" and playing a song?
To get to WPS there is no quick way. If you use my theme arc-en-ciel or naranjada, you can click on album art to go back to wps from file menu (if in settings, you have to press it twice).
I was talking about the click at the startup of the device which coincides with the appearance of the choice screen or with the start of rockbox when it boots to rockbox automatically now, I don't think I ever experienced a click at the start of a song
I notice that when DX50 is turned off with a current playlist with the track paused and turned on again, the click is stronger. When there is no song paused, the click is softer at the next startup. In general, it is less hard on mango.
Rockbox on, when DX50 is on track paused, it automatically restarts at startup. There he has a way to change this in the settings? thanx
I'm playing around with the sound settings, doing allot of research and familiarizing myself with the terms in the glossary. I'm becoming more and more amazed at how these terms accurately described what I have been hearing all along, especially in terms of bass. (guess I'm a basshead after all).
I think I like the dithering option. I found a great analogy for it, how it basically brings out more detail with a little sacrifice to quality. (hope I defined that correctly)
I'm reviewing the "attack" settings. I'm going to make the assumption it has to do with the drum sounds but I'm not sure what a good setting would be. Does anybody else deal with this because so far I can't really hear a difference. Maybe my eardrums are not attuned to this sort of thing.