Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
The way I read that, you'd need the as-yet-unwritten Rockbox as App to be finished, since that says that Rockbox would have to run on top of the existing Zune Firmware, and not as a replacement for it.
How feasible is such a bootloader?
Looks like the breadcrumb trail is starting to fall into line...http://zunedevwiki.org/wiki/documentation/apis/starthttp://zunedevwiki.org/wiki/documentation/apis/zdkcontent/startIf I was a bit younger, and a bit healthier, I'd be having visions of writing a Zune shell dancing in my head.From what I can see on those pages, once those "crumbs" are fleshed out a bit, I'd think it ought to be possible to write wrapper code for the stuff necessary to access files on the Zune WITHOUT using zune.exe on the PC.While "true" USB access may not be do-able at this point, I'd consider an application that served as a shell, exposing enough of the file system (to enable copying and deleting) to be a MAJOR victory, and something that would make the Zune VERY appealing to a lot of people who would otherwise never consider it (like me, for example, having bought into it before I realized exactly how solidly walled-in it was).
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