New Dingux released - Gmu update required

2009-07-22 05:23
A new Dingux version has been released, which comes with a new rootfs. An EXT3 partition on the SD card is no longer needed. Actually EXT3 support has been dropped from the Dingux kernel in favor of FAT to make installing Dingux from Windows easier and reduce the kernel size. Due to other changes dynamically linked programs need to be recompiled for this Dingux version. Here is a new Gmu release which is compatible with the latest Dingux release.


To run Gmu extract the zip file to your SD card and execute in the Gmu directory. (0.8 MB)
alfsoft (web) says:
2009-07-28 05:21:00
That’s nice! Not only Windows users are happy now, but Mac OS X users too. Thank you for the updated excellent player! By the way, do you plan to add support for some tracker music formats (MOD, XM, S3M, IT, etc.)?
wejp (web) says:
2009-07-28 10:31:00
Yes, tracker music formats support will be added again.
sauron (web) says:
2009-08-02 23:08:00
i have a problem, when i conect the headphones the speaker’s sound continues.

How can i desativate the speaker’s sound?

wejp (web) says:
2009-08-02 23:20:00
The internal speakers should be turned of automatically when you plug in your headphones. Make sure you did not accidentally plug your headphones in the AV-out socket. ;)
lord bla (web) says:
2009-08-03 11:03:00

The player is amazing and the readme really helped to understand controls.

I only have one problem with the player: I can’t lock controls, so having the dingoo in the pocket while using gmu results in unpredictable behaviour.
wejp (web) says:
2009-08-03 12:04:00
There is a hold function available in Gmu, which you can enable by pressing SELECT + Up (when using the default keymap). This disables all buttons and turns off the backlight until you press SELECT + Up again.
lord bla (web) says:
2009-08-04 17:03:00
thx! That makes dingoo + gmu the by far best mp3-player I’ve ever owned

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