[access-uk] Re: Ipod question

Hi

Thanks for the credit concerning the web site, and I hope people find it 
useful.  I wrote the RNIB article.  I think the installation of Rockbox on 
the iPod products is more difficult because there is not an installer 
program to automate the process.  However I have prepared an audio tutorial 
telling you specifically how to install it and demonstrating it available on 
the site, so feel free to listen to that.

Brian Hartgen

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dj Paddy" <mygroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2006 7:50 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Ipod question


> Mark and Debi.
>
> Check out Brian hartgens page at
>
> www.hartgen.org
>
>
> And click ont he portible players section.
>
> Rockbox is dead easy to install.  I'd like to see the RNIB article, it 
> could
> be they where making things sound difficult.
>
>
> Ôà
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Mark Berrisford-Smith" <mark.berrisford-smith@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2006 2:01 PM
> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Ipod question
>
>
> Debbie,
>
> Just to add,  that I've had an iPod for about two years now, and 
> throughout
> that time have used Anapod Explorer to copy and organise music. Anapod
> integrates the contents of your iPod into Windows Explorer/My Computer, 
> and
> so is very easy to use. It's simply a matter of dragging and dropping 
> tracks
> using the copy and paste functions.
>
> Until the JAWS scripts were written, the iTunes software was pretty well
> inaccessivle. When I first got my iPod I had to install iTunes in order to
> format the unit as a Windows (as opposed to a Mac) iPod. I don't know
> whether that's still the case.
>
> Of course, Anapod won't help you navigate through your iPod once you've
> disconnected it from your computer. I understand that it is possible to 
> get
> some iPods to talk (though not the Shuffle) using the Rockbox software,
> which replaces the machine's firmware. As I understand it (and things may
> have changed in the past few months) installing this stuff is not for the
> faint-hearted. RNIB's Access-IT magazine ran a feature on this a few 
> months
> ago, and I remember thinking that it sounded a bit too much like hard 
> work.
>
> Cheers now, Mark
>
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