Thanks. Nevertheless port still has some USB-stack issues and unfinished NAND ops.
Everything else works. A successful public launch this confirms.
first off all, a big "thank you" for the port!
I installed the most recent version (7658c23-160321) and it worked very well for the most part. Some minor issues tough:
- There is about a 3 second delay between selecting a file and playback starting
- When using a 128 GB micro SD formatted to FAT32 things go a little bit off the hook:
I put about 80GB of music and the system folder on the card. The system boots and does not seem to misbehave. When trying to build the library, the system first panicked ("Stkov dircache"), on the second attempt a library was built but it contained only a single Artist. After a few attempts it successfully built the library, even tough navigation was rather sluggish (~2sec delay for selecting an entry)
Trying to play songs either from the folder-view or the library instantly skips about 90% of selected songs, only a few are playable.
This behaviour does not seem to change when the system is booted from a 32GB card in the first slot and the 128 GB card is inserted into the second.
Is the issue with 128 GB cards expected for this built? Any more information I could provide to help diagnose this further?
Edit April 03, 2016, 07:41:58: Just tried the same SD-card on a Sansa Clip Zip running Rockbox 3.13 and varying the partiton size. No change in the behaviour of Rockbox on xduoo, the clip zip has no issues tough. Also the stock firmware of the xduoo can read/play the files
Edit April 05: Regarding the issue with non-playable songs: I was jumping to conclusions regarding the memory card being at fault, this only happens (reliably) for ogg-files, no matter the medium. Mostly it will just skip them but for a particular speex-encoded file it panics with LTB refill handler at 0x83E045F4 [0x0]. mp3, aac, opus and wma work fine.