@Quinn – This is a guide for the iPod Classics – 6g-7g, not the iPod Videos (5g/5.5g) -With the 5.5g once you install Rockbox, you need to boot back in to the Apple OS to do your transfers under the Apple USB Handler – as the Rockbox USB Handler has issues with solid state drives.
Installation of the Rockbox bootloader on iPod Classic (80/120/160 GB) Last updated: 14 August 2018. This page will contain a link to the most recent version of the bootloader, until it gets merged into Rockbox, and the Classics become an officially supported target. When this happens, this page will redirect to Rockbox's installation instructions.
· This will work on ipod minis as well as most mp3 players \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/--LINKS--\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/ ipod patch...
Also I am not responsible for any damage and/or data loss done installing RockBox on your iPod. Proceed at your own risk. Ok now thats over with heres what you need.-an iPod it can be a nano 1st gen, ipod 1g,2g,3g,4g or 5g but not classic. (if you dont have a clue which iPod you own have a look at this.
· Hi guys, Tech James here, How to install Rockbox custom firmware onto any iPod Classic or iPod in 2020! This is a very simple setup guide tutorial! This vide...
· In my case it is a 30GB iPod Video, fifth generation. Once you have configured this click OK. You will now see the main window of the Rockbox Utility Once you have configured this click OK.
· My 5.5g iPod is 2 months old, and the new ones that look just like it have the cover flow and other enhancements that may not be owed to us, but it'd really make a lot of customers happy, and also into repeat customers. This is a +less than+ one generation difference, not like we're asking for video capabilities on a first gen monochromatic iPod.
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