Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
And if you listen to it attentively Â you will hear some kind of high pitch noise coming out of its body... (scrollwheel area)... that means that it is still working = discharging the battery
not with any combonation of buttons pushed, not with it plugged into my computer, nothing!
f the iPod shows a low battery warning then refuses to turn on, just use the hard reset (preferably while plugged in). Turn hold on, then off again, and hold menu+select (can take as much as 30 seconds, and you may need to try this multiple times.)
"not with any combonation of buttons pushed," does *not* mean you followed any specific instructions. For all I know, you just mashed buttons. What *exactly* did you try to press, in what order, and for how long?
And, out of curiosity, how do you know this problem has never happened with non-Rockbox'ed iPods? Are you calling those people who have reported the same problem on Rockbox-free iPods liars? Or did you mean to say "This has never happened to me before I installed Rockbox" rather than suggesting "This only happens to anyone with Rockbox installed."
wow... i really didn't mean for this to get all serious... i really appreciate the help, but you guys need to take a chill pill
The Rockbox installation did cause this freeze up... it would be an unbelievable coincidence for it to just randomly do this right after i installed a foreign OS
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