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Versions of Rockbox have since been produced for more sophisticated devices, these perform audio decoding in software, allowing Rockbox to potentially support many more music formats than the original firmware, and adding the extensibility and increased functions already present in the Archos ports.
Rockbox is run from the hard drive or flash memory after being started with a custom boot loader, so to upgrade Rockbox, users need only copy the files onto the player's drive and restart the device.
About one year later, a port for the H3xx series became functional, offering similar functions; in late 2005, work began on a port of Rockbox to Apple's i Pod portable players based on CPUs from ARM Ltd.
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Hi, Yesterday I've installed Rockbox on my i Pod Video, and I already love it! I somehow managed to make it work by using initialize database and some other settings.
The first of these ports, beginning in late 2004, was for the Cold Fire-powered devices manufactured by iriver, focusing on the H1xx series of hard drive players (H110/H120/H140).
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It offers an alternative to the player's operating system, in many cases without removing the original firmware, which provides a plug-in architecture for adding various enhancements and functions.
I see lots of tracknames of the mp3s that are on my i Pod. In that same folder by the way, all kinds of weird filenames and folders, with huge sizes have come up.
It's a real mess, though I have no idea if this is related to the database problem.