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Rockbox 3.11.2 released, New stable release of opensource firmware replacement for various PMPs
saratoga
post Apr 12 2012, 20:47
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Version 3.11.2 of the open source digital audio player software Rockbox has been released.

See full release notes: 3.11 / 3.11.2

Some new things since version 3.10:
  • The Sansa c200v2 series and MPIO HD300 are now stable
  • Allow customisation of the main menu (see Advanced Topics section of the manual)
  • USB enabled on Sansa Clip+, Clip V2, and Fuze V2
  • Sansa Clip players can now return to WPS using the Home key
  • iPod hardware clicker
  • Implemented GUI boost (timed out CPU boost during scroll activity) for a more responsive GUI.
  • List icons and theme images can now have alpha information embedded
  • Add support for down-mixing multichannel FLAC files
  • A large number of bug fixes


This post has been edited by db1989: Apr 12 2012, 21:51
Reason for edit: moving release-note links so they appear on Portal, adding first two links, additions to titles
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AlanSE
post Feb 13 2013, 03:08
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I cannot get USB mode to work on my Clip+. Win7 tries to install a device driver (USB Mass Storage Device) upon connection, but fails. The device does not get mounted at all.

EDIT: I suck, I had to disconnect and reconnect it, the second time it worked.


I experienced the same thing! I unplugged it, and the USB image was still displayed. Then I plugged the cable back in just like that. It then recognized. That was strange, but I just wanted to make an account and let you know that I had the same experience and that your post fixed it.
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