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Well, that depends on what you mean by "online". Â It is still quite accessible from svn.
The process for retrieving file from svn is very well documented in the wiki - just go look there for it.
I think it's going to require someone with the skills to have a unit in front of them to work on. Â Either a developer can obtain a buggy unit from somewhere or someone with a buggy unit can put the work in and isolate what is causing this.
http://python.ca/nas/tmp/rockbox-nano-14986.zipIt seems this version works!(taken from http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/7510 , scroll down).
A patch is a change to the source code, and you then compile the modified source.http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/SimpleGuideToCompiling is the newbie's guide.At first it may look daunting, but it's quite easy if you read and follow the instructions.
*sigh* I hope the problem will be solved / the Mhz change rolled back in the main builds soon. :-P
As has been pointed out *many* times, the change isn't going to be reverted, and until someone with a problem Nano either fixes it or lends it to a dev to work on, it isn't likely to get fixed.
Especially considering the fact that some people have reported still experiencing the problem even with the mhz rolled back to 78 (or even 75 if some of the reports are accurate) meaning you're still in the same situation: "The problem is here, and it affects some people but not all."
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