or Connect
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Source Gear › Rockbox for iBasso DX50 dual boot with stock firmware
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Rockbox for iBasso DX50 dual boot with stock firmware - Page 67

post #991 of 1976

dual boot, awesome

post #992 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by Saaki View Post

Cholero, I love the theme you've made, especially the information page for the currently playing song. The one thing I wish it had is timer on the bare bones screen. Any change you could add that to future builds? If there are any...
Hello Saaki,
Your modded wps file is downloadable from the rockbox forum (the name of the mod might sound familiar to you ;-):
http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,48336.msg228647.html#msg228647
Please tell me if it is the way you imagined it.
Edit: I just saw that you're selling your player. Good luck on the search for the perfect dap.
Edited by cholero - 7/18/14 at 5:49pm
post #993 of 1976
Thread Starter 

I managed to compile from rockbox DX50's source and install it on my DX90 via adb. I just ran into an issue right now. The volume control does not work or not responding.

post #994 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

I managed to compile from rockbox DX50's source and install it on my DX90 via adb. I just ran into an issue right now. The volume control does not work or not responding.

 

Still... this is exciting progress.

post #995 of 1976

 

 

Just spent a good 3 hours trying to remove ~4 malware programs after trusting what came from that link.

 

Don't f***ing click that

 

EDIT: Ok so I got rockbox on here and don't care for it. How do I remove it? 

 

nevermind


Edited by BLACKENEDPLAGUE - 7/20/14 at 8:45am
post #996 of 1976
Dont click on the wrong buttons you mean. Otherwise sendspace is great!
And cool that you tried rockbox instead of just saying that it is bad.
nevermind
post #997 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by cholero View Post


Sorry I didn't understand completely what the fix should be. Your first attempt to update was using rkbatchtool?

What surprises me is that you say that it is the version of CWM. But no matter how you update (rkbatchtool or stock recovery) the CWM is included in the modded firmware file and should be overwritten during update procedure. Or did you really check the build version? My CWM version for example is 6.0.3.1 and I upgraded via stock recovery.
I'm just curious, I don't use mango at all but i'm quite sure that I will stumble over this problem again when I will be posting new nodded rockbox builds in the future.
Thanks

When i originally installed the cwm firmware i used the built in upgrade option from the players settings, ive never used rkbatchtool. 

As for cwm versions,  i havent a clue.  The problem with mango becoming a muddled unuseable mess for me was due to me installing the latest rockbox zip whilst still using the original release of cwm. 

 

I installed the current version linked and mango became usable again.  User error seems to have been my problem. 

post #998 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by cholero View Post

Dont click on the wrong buttons you mean. Otherwise sendspace is great!
And cool that you tried rockbox instead of just saying that it is bad.
nevermind

 

Oh rockbox itself is GREAT on players that have had time to get the kinks worked out, it was a dream on my old ipod 6g until beer decided to gut up close and personal with the mobo

post #999 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by BLACKENEDPLAGUE View Post
 

 

Oh rockbox itself is GREAT on players that have had time to get the kinks worked out, it was a dream on my old ipod 6g until beer decided to gut up close and personal with the mobo

 

Actually Rockbox is fantastic on the DX50. There is a learning curve and I can understand that after your malware experience, you did not have the patience to figure it out.

post #1000 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gitbags View Post

I installed the current version linked and mango became usable again.  User error seems to have been my problem. 
Thanks for this details. I think that it could be that xzcc first linked a bad version and some days later changed the link to a working version without mentioning it.
post #1001 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post
 

 

Actually Rockbox is fantastic on the DX50. There is a learning curve and I can understand that after your malware experience, you did not have the patience to figure it out.

 

Oh yeah that definitely played a part. But I wasn't fond of how the searching via files worked, and I could get the screen to come back on after playing for a while.

post #1002 of 1976
I'm really loving the Porta Pros straight from the HO of the DX50. The dynamic playlists from Rockbox just add to the musical experience.
post #1003 of 1976

Sorry to ask a potentially naive question, but I've had an assortment of computer crashes and travel obligations and haven't been able to keep up properly. 

 

I have OF 1.28 and rockbox on my DX50. Are there instructions in this thread somewhere that do a step by step process to upgrade to FW 1.5 and RB? And if so, where? 

post #1004 of 1976
Quote:
Originally Posted by cholero View Post

Download all needed files linked on bitbucket (1- FW1.5.0 with CWM, 2- newest rockbox for CWM, 3- stock recovery for CWM) and put them to your external uSD, The firmware with CWM needs to be extracted to the root of the uSD.
Then go to CWM and flash stock recovery. Then boot to stock recovery and do the update. Then reboot to CWM and flash rockbox.

You shouldn't loose settings.

Edited by cholero - 7/22/14 at 9:48pm
post #1005 of 1976
Quick question: does battery meter work as it should on latest cholero's build? My DX50 died on me in the middle of a trip and it shouldn't have based on the remaining battery. I wa wondering if that's a known issue or if it's just me.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Portable Source Gear
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Source Gear › Rockbox for iBasso DX50 dual boot with stock firmware