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Chronon:
Rockbox as an application is probably the best way to make that happen on the Touch.  This is one of this year's GSoC projects.
http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/RockboxAsAnApplication2010

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I merged the iPod Touch capability topic in Feature Ideas with the existing iPhone/iPod Touch topic in the New Ports forum because it isn't really an idea for a new feature.

ti.teg.tnod.I:

--- Quote from: Chronon on May 12, 2010, 01:47:15 AM ---Rockbox as an application is probably the best way to make that happen on the Touch.  This is one of this year's GSoC projects.
http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/RockboxAsAnApplication2010

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I merged the iPod Touch capability topic in Feature Ideas with the existing iPhone/iPod Touch topic in the New Ports forum because it isn't really an idea for a new feature.

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Thank you :) I'll follow that project.

boss134:
By Open iBoot someone ran on iPad,iPod and iPhone Android (as other os not like virtual machine!) so i thik it would be possible to run Rockbox OS
http://www.idroidproject.org/wiki/Openiboot
Open iBoot on iDroid Wiki (Android on iPhone)

saratoga:
I don't think theres any interest in booting rockbox on those devices, since it would mean disabling phone, internet, etc.

Most people have been interested in running rockbox as an application on them, in which case you don't need a bootloader.

Davide-NYC:
Someone please take a look at WebOS.
Particularly the "PDK" http://developer.palm.com/index.php?option=com_content&id=1936
Native C/C++ and SDL, ready to go.

If I understand correctly there is work being done on an SDL port to ultimately bring Rockbox as an Application to life.
I suspect (caveat: I'm not a developer) that WebOS would be a very easy target to write for.

Please discuss.

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