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post #1171 of 1976
I'm still having problems with the transport buttons (mainly skip forward) occasionally not working on first press. Sometimes I have to press it 4-5 times for it to work. Haven't used mango in a long time, but I remember not having these problems with it.
post #1172 of 1976
Nevermind just checked on mango and it's also happening there. So it seems like a hardware fault. Is anyone else experiencing this?
post #1173 of 1976

Me not. But you will have to take the DX50 apart and then open the front to get to the buttons, then you will have to replace the SMD tactile switch. I think that nobody did this till now, at least there are no pictures of the button pcb.

If you are not experienced with taking devices apart and ordering and soldering SMD parts I recommend you to try live with it or find someone who can do it for you. If you open it, please take pictures and post them on the main DX50 thread.

Good Luck!

 

Edit: or before replacing the switch you can try to spray contact cleaner on the switch. 


Edited by cholero - 9/11/14 at 7:11am
post #1174 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by Simma View Post

Nevermind just checked on mango and it's also happening there. So it seems like a hardware fault. Is anyone else experiencing this?

 

I had this before on my first unit, it's a custom board that connects via a ribbon cable. You may be able to solve the problem with a piece of card between the button and switch.

Quote:
Originally Posted by cholero View Post
 

Me not. But you will have to take the DX50 apart and then open the front to get to the buttons, then you will have to replace the SMD tactile switch. I think that nobody did this till now, at least there are no pictures of the button pcb.

If you are not experienced with taking devices apart and ordering and soldering SMD parts I recommend you to try live with it or find someone who can do it for you. If you open it, please take pictures and post them on the main DX50 thread.

Good Luck!

 

Edit: or before replacing the switch you can try to spray contact cleaner on the switch. 

No smd switches, just those sealed units with a silver dome on a custom pcb. 

post #1175 of 1976
For everyone who is interested: here you can see the status of the integration of the DX50&90 port into the official repository:
http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/941/
post #1176 of 1976

Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum and I need help. 

I think I made a mess with my DX50 and I'll try to explain: 

I installed the 1.2.8 fw (the DX90) with cwm annex 6.1. and something 
  (now I do not remember exactly what it was cwm) 
Today I got the idea to put fw 1.5.0 and here lies the problem, 
First I installed the dual boot with cwm_rb_dual_2014-07-30_cholero 

but works only rockbox while the mango is not working. 
discouraged because by rockbox can not install the update.img DX50V128_mod_by_DOC2008 I tried to install the stock recovery and now I can not do anything.

I would at least try to return everything in stock HELP .... I hope that some kind soul can give me a hand ... I'd be very grateful 

sorry for the english but I'm Italian and I used google translated if you do not understand something ask ... 

thanks

post #1177 of 1976

did I understand right: you have still CWM working?

If yes, if you want to go from 1.2.8 to 1.5.0 you have to flash the stock recovery in CWM, the do the update to 1.5.0 (with 1.5.0 i mean the patched version with cwm). After that you can install one of the newer rockbox build over CWM.

Current builds would also work with 1.2.8 i guess, but with cwm we cant move files, so we have to include the Mango-Player binary file in the build. zip.and on all actual builds there is the MangoPlayer of FW 1.5.0 included.

 

edit: If CWM does not work anymore you will have to use RKbatchtoo (linked on the first post)


Edited by cholero - 9/12/14 at 12:59am
post #1178 of 1976

thanks for the quick reply. 
Now I have stock recovery and I tried to install RKbatchtool (1.7W / 3.5driver) and I also installed the driver but when I connect to the DX50 computer does not recognize it and the icon 1 do not turns green. use windows 7 ultimate 64bit

post #1179 of 1976
If you have stock recovery working you can flash any update.img and should not need rkbatchtool
post #1180 of 1976

Yeaaa .. Ho provato a usare un altro computer e installare RKbatchtool (1.7W / 3.5driver) e finalmente visto il dispositivo e sono stato in grado di installare dx50_1.5.0_cwm !!! è andato tutto bene ..... Sono così felice ora ho fw 1.5.0 con CWM 


grazie grazie grazie per l'aiuto e l'assistenza che mi avete dato sono molto grato ..... grazie ancora

post #1181 of 1976

Yeaaa .. I tried to use another computer and install RKbatchtool (1.7W / 3.5driver) and finally saw the device and I was able to install dx50_1.5.0_cwm !!! everything went well ..... I'm so happy now I fw 1.5.0 with cwm 


thank you thank you thank you for the help and assistance that you have given me I am very grateful ..... thanks again

post #1182 of 1976
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Originally Posted by cholero View Post

For everyone who is interested: here you can see the status of the integration of the DX50&90 port into the official repository:
http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/941/


Nice. Good job. Thanks.

Just a detail: I thought the guy who "added a CWM to the official firmware" was DOC2008. Who the heck is "DOC2009"? (His spiritual son? :D )

post #1183 of 1976
Mistyping. Thank you for the careful reading, I will correct this with my next patch set.
Maybe DOC2009 will release patched firmwares for DX2000 one day in the future ;-)
post #1184 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by cholero View Post

For everyone who is interested: here you can see the status of the integration of the DX50&90 port into the official repository:
http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/941/

There is a merge conflict with the latest trunk.

firmware/common/rbpaths.c does not exist anymore.

The related functionality is now located in

firmware/target/hosted/filesystem-app.c

post #1185 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by cholero View Post

For everyone who is interested: here you can see the status of the integration of the DX50&90 port into the official repository:
http://gerrit.rockbox.org/r/#/c/941/

Noticing too that the boot selector code isn't part of the gerrit.

The original one of Ilya located here

https://bitbucket.org/isergachev/dx50sw/src

which is already adapte by you.

 

I would guess it might go somewhere into

rbutil/ibassopatcher

similar to the rbutil/ipodpatcher

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