Thank You for your continued support and contributions!
Good work!If you hear of cheap (~50â‚¬) players which can be get in Europe, I'd like to join the project!
UPDATE: Thought the ATMEL uC could be the main CPU of the device - the TI DMS320 DSP allows to disable its internal ARM core to be used purely as a DSP. Still, all the binaries in the initrd image are ARM... i'm updating the wiki page with a bit more detail.
Its an 8 bit microcontroller, so its not likely to be the CPU. On the Creative TMS320 players, an 8 bit microchip (PIC) is used for interfacing buttons. Presumably this is due to a lack of GPIO pins on the TMS SOC requiring an extra chip to work as a mux/keypad scanner.
Success! I managed to decrypt those ugly .e files - i'll be posting the details on the wiki page in a while. Wrote myself a small program to work with these, and it works flawlessly...
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