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Open your Ipod as a HDD... now there is a folder called .rockbox in it, open that, and simple make a folder called whatever you want etc. MUSIC, drop your LFAC files in that, and disconnect your Ipod, then open the folder via. Rockbox on your Ipod, and the files should be there, now play them
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If you have rockbox, you should be able to drag and drop the files anywhere on your ipod. Then just browse to them and open them.
If I add them to the folders where all the other music is, the new music isnt listed. I've tried rebuilding the database and that doesnt work either. Also tried restarting the ipod and that doesnt do anything. I just dont get this.
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If you were a Marine, you could make it work with a boot band and an M16.
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If you were a Marine, you could make it work with a boot band and an M16.
haha. I'm about to give this ipod a solid butt stroke to the screen. That's how we roll
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Open your Ipod as a HDD... now there is a folder called .rockbox in it, open that, and simple make a folder called whatever you want etc. MUSIC, drop your LFAC files in that, and disconnect your Ipod, then open the folder via. Rockbox on your Ipod, and the files should be there, now play them
I did that, but now I can't find the folder I made.


Okay, so I added the flac, could find it within Rockbox. So on a whim I booted the standard ipod firmware, and now the music i added is there....I need to step away from thing for a bit. Thanks for everyones help!
Edited by ElMikeTheMike - 5/18/08 at 10:21am
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If I add them to the folders where all the other music is, the new music isnt listed. I've tried rebuilding the database and that doesnt work either. Also tried restarting the ipod and that doesnt do anything. I just dont get this.
You may want to go to the Rockbox site see if there have been any patches for this problem.
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post #17 of 17
You need to reset the iPod after building/initializing the database.

Hold down the middle button and menu button until the iPod shuts off. Press the Menu button again to power it back on. The music should be there.

//EDIT-Didn't see you reset it. The default music folder on the iPod is a hidden subfolder under the hidden directory 'iPod_Control'. I dropped the music in there and then built the database and finally restarted the iPod. Haven't had any issues.
Edited by TheLegend - 5/18/08 at 3:24pm
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