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post #556 of 1302

It was booting just straight into Rockbox. I tried it another 5 times and finally got it to boot into the standard player and didnt want to mess with it anymore so i rockbox out

post #557 of 1302

Not so bad then. Nice to know your player works.:smile:

post #558 of 1302
Thread Starter 

FW 2.1.5 patched for Rockbox with Lurker's L1 mod.

 

Google Drive

DX90FW_V2.1.5_patched_with_Lurkers_L1_mod.zip

 

Mega

DX90FW_V2.1.5_patched_with_Lurkers_L1_mod.zip

 

Boot into Mango and just flash the update.img as usual. No additional steps required. Rockbox should not be affected.


Edited by headwhacker - 11/5/14 at 4:57am
post #559 of 1302

Please version Rockbox & stock 2.1.5

post #560 of 1302
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by hibii View Post
 

Please version Rockbox & stock 2.1.5

 

Why? The only difference with the stock is the mod only removed none essential running process which takes CPU cycles and not needed by both Rockbox and Mango to play music.

post #561 of 1302
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

 

Why? The only difference with the stock is the mod only removed none essential running process which takes CPU cycles and not needed by both Rockbox and Mango to play music.


in stock I've battery life > 8 h, mod < 7h (player is warmer)

Mango 2.1.5L  have off scaling cpu?

 

(sorry my English)

post #562 of 1302
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Originally Posted by hibii View Post
 


in stock I've battery life > 8 h, mod < 7h (player is warmer)

Mango 2.1.5L  have off scaling cpu?

Stock 2.1.5 also puts CPU to the performance mode. So L1 is not worse from power consumption point of view.

post #563 of 1302

ok

I"ll check :)

post #564 of 1302
Quote:
Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

 

Why? The only difference with the stock is the mod only removed none essential running process which takes CPU cycles and not needed by both Rockbox and Mango to play music.

 

So, you are saying that the happy few with magical ears, who are hearing a definitive upgrade or difference in sound quality with the lurker's mods, are maybe a little too enthusiastic ?

 

No need to answer, just being a little sarcastic troll ;)

 

Thanks to you and lurker for the good and fast job. 

post #565 of 1302
Quote:
Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 

FW 2.1.5 patched for Rockbox with Lurker's L1 mod.

 

Google Drive

DX90FW_V2.1.5_patched_with_Lurkers_L1_mod.zip

 

Mega

DX90FW_V2.1.5_patched_with_Lurkers_L1_mod.zip

 

Boot into Mango and just flash the update.img as usual. No additional steps required. Rockbox should not be affected.

Firmware works great! Thanks headwhacker


Edited by hyper8 - 11/5/14 at 12:41pm
post #566 of 1302
Quote:
Originally Posted by hibii View Post
 

ok

I"ll check :)


ok now:

1.2.0L / 1.2.5L ~ 6h

1.2.5   ~ 8h

 

please stock 1.2.5  with rockbox :)

post #567 of 1302

Updated to latest dual boot firmware and Rockbox 2.1.5 a couple of days ago. Rockbox playback occasionally freezes randomly mid song (been trying to identify a pattern, nothing so far) then continues after 15-30 seconds. Track time usually skips backwards a few seconds as the playback resumes.

 

Anyone else experiencing this? I am running the "While Playing Screen" from the RedBox theme, everything else from the DriveBox theme, otherwise standard implementation.

 

My main motivation for running Rockbox on the DX90 is because I can't get enough bass for my liking from Mango for my Fidue a83 iems, currently running standard everything in Rockbox apart from +7db on the bass which is seems to be the sweet spot for my ears. if anyone cares to share some Mango eq settings that add a bit of extra punch I would probably leave Rockbox alone.

 

Edited to add that I am also getting about 6hrs off the stock battery via Rockbox. 


Edited by TheDirtyBubble - 11/12/14 at 7:29am
post #568 of 1302
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheDirtyBubble View Post
 

Updated to latest dual boot firmware and Rockbox 2.1.5 a couple of days ago. Rockbox playback occasionally freezes randomly mid song (been trying to identify a pattern, nothing so far) then continues after 15-30 seconds. Track time usually skips backwards a few seconds as the playback resumes.

 

Anyone else experiencing this? I am running the "While Playing Screen" from the RedBox theme, everything else from the DriveBox theme, otherwise standard implementation.

 

My main motivation for running Rockbox on the DX90 is because I can't get enough bass for my liking from Mango for my Fidue a86 iems, currently running standard everything in Rockbox apart from +7db on the bass which is seems to be the sweet spot for my ears. if anyone cares to share some Mango eq settings that add a bit of extra punch I would probably leave Rockbox alone.

 

Edited to add that I am also getting about 6hrs off the stock battery via Rockbox. 

 

Never had that problem. But it sounds like a problem with your SD Card.

post #569 of 1302

Brand new SanDisk 128gb micro sd, could the issue be that it is formatted exFAT32 as opposed to FAT32?

post #570 of 1302
Thread Starter 

mine is formatted in exFAT. 

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