Posted at December 6, 2023 by PCI-DB TeamInstall Driver Automatically
|Device Name||iRiver H120 Rockbox Firmware 3.13|
|Category||Dvd Bluray Media Players|
|File Size||3.6 MB|
|Supported OS||OS Independent|
- The Sansa Clip Zip is now a supported device
- Unfortunately some serious issues with USB support forced us to downgrade the Ipod Nano 2g to unstable, so it isn't included in the 3.13 release. We hope to add it back in a future update. For now 3.10 is available, or there is the option of using a development build.
- Fix cache handling on portalplayer devices and re-enable ATA DMA leading to improved disk performance
- Improved keymap on the radio screen for the Clip series of players
- Expanded EQ to 10 fully parametric bands with new presets
- Deleting files in the active playlist now works as expected
- Add support for playing Opus files
- Add support for 16 bit floating point WAV files
- Fix some glitches when stopping and restarting WMA files
- Add support for viewing GIF files
- New math functions in the calculator plugin
For these players, Rockbox runs well, has a complete manual and is supported by RockboxUtility:
- Apple: Ipod 1g through 5.5g, Ipod Mini and Ipod Nano 1g
- Archos: Jukebox 5000, 6000, Studio, Recorder, FM Recorder, Recorder V2 and Ondio
- Cowon: iAudio X5, X5V, X5L, M5, M5L, M3 and M3L
- iRiver: H100, H300 and H10 series
- MPIO: HD300 series
- Olympus: M:Robe 100
- Packard Bell: Vibe 500
- SanDisk: Sansa c200, e200 and e200R series, Fuze, Clip, Clip+ and Clip Zip
- Toshiba: Gigabeat X and F series (not the S series)
Unfortunately we've had to drop the Ipod Nano 2g from the list for now due to serious issues with USB. We hope to add it in a later release
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