Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
Rockbox boot loaderVersion: 2.0IPOD version: 0xFFFFFFFFTOSHIBA MK3008GALPartition 1: 0x0B 7130MBLoading Rockbox...Can't load rockbox.ipod:File not foundHold MENU+SELECT to rebootthen SELECT+PLAY for disk mode
Note: sector size is 2048 (not 512)Disk /dev/sdb: 30.0 GB, 30005821440 bytes255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 912 cylindersUnits = cylinders of 16065 * 2048 = 32901120 bytes Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System/dev/sdb1 1 3 96264 0 Empty/dev/sdb2 4 912 29206170 b W95 FAT32
Free: 2.93GBDisk: 27.0GBBuffer: 29.118MBVersion: r16246-080208
Please modify your post instead of double posting.
I'm not sure about what you're seeing here. You say that you can now boot Rockbox but you can't see files if you go to the file browser?
Where are your music files located? And what's the path to rockbox.ipod, by the way?
$ ls -A /media/IPOD.rockbox Calendars Contacts Music Notes iPod_Control
$ ls -A /media/IPOD/.rockbox/backdrops docs langs rocks wpscodecs eqs recpresets tagnavi.configcodepages fonts rockbox-info.txt themesdatabase.ignore icons rockbox.ipod viewers.config
Since you've done it with loader2 as well, there's an important question: How is your iPod formatted?
mformat -t 892 -h 255 -s 63 -S 2048 -M 2048 -F i:
mformat -t 905 -h 255 -n 63 -S 4 -M 2048 -F i:
But at least the "restoring to manufacturer settings" in itunes should have given a correctly formated partition, or am I wrong?
As I understand the iTunes restoration process, the partition table is not touched, only the format and firmware.So you'll end up with a FAT32 partition with Apple firmware correctly on it, but still whatever non-stock partition layout you made.
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