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Default Developing firmware for X-Fi2 (Rockbox, etc.)

Don't know if anyone is still interested in X-Fi2 development, but the bootloader encryption key is now known, so its possible to develop firmware for the device.

http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,23563.0.html

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Old 04-01-2012, 03:40 PM
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Don't know if anyone is still interested in X-Fi2 development, but the bootloader encryption key is now known, so its possible to develop firmware for the device.

http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,23563.0.html

Might be of interest to some people here.
Apparently the player is very similar to the Fuze+, and things like screen and touch sensor are mostly working.
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Old 01-26-2013, 04:40 PM
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Apparently the player is very similar to the Fuze+, and things like screen and touch sensor are mostly working.
There is now a working port for the XFi2, although it requires installing onto an SD card as the internal NAND storage is not usable.

http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/CreativeZENXFi2Port
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There is now a working port for the XFi2, although it requires installing onto an SD card as the internal NAND storage is not usable.

http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/CreativeZENXFi2Port
Ooh! Interesting! Might try on my device some day. I think this deserves its own thread so it's easier to notice.
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You can determine your Zen storage type(nand or sd) by checking your model number (located on the back of the Zen, below the serial number).

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|Model Number-------------Device Type|
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|DVP-FL0012----------------------NAND|
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|DVP-FL0015-------------------------SD|
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|DVP-FL0015/PF249-----------------???|
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I currently do not know what the build for DVP-FL0015/PF249(which is the 64gb model) is. If anyone has a 64gb model, could you check?
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