Because Rockbox is an open-source project developed by volunteers, there is no set timetable for any release.The 30GB i Pod video has 32MB of RAM and the 60/80GB videos have 64MB. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. This guide is intended to guide a user through syncing any Apple portable device including all i Pod versions including the i Pod touch, i Phone, i Pod shuffle, and i Pod nano.Thus, using the 60/80GB build on your 30GB i Pod will cause problems.Using a 30GB build on a 60/80GB i Pod will work fine, but not use all the RAM.Rockbox works on all models except the Shuffles, 3rd, 4th and 5th Gen Nanos, the 6th Gen (Classic) and the Touch. The supported models are also listed on the Rockbox home page. The only answer that we can give you is that it will be ready when it is ready.
This works because the backed up playlist into i Tunes now matches the playlist on the i OS device, preventing the behavior of the unmatched playlists trying to match each other.Following the steps below will allow you to sync your music from Media Monkey to your device while allowing you to continue to use i Tunes to sync your picture and video without interfering with any of your music files.Album art and lyrics will be synced correctly for all i Pod versions that support those features, and ratings as well as playcounts should be synced back to your MM database when Auto-synchronization is used.This will backup everything, and along with it, the Music playlist that is on the i OS device, with a side effect of matching the two music libraries, thereby preventing autofill from dumping unwanted stuff onto your i Phone / i Pod / i Pad.Remember, if the current backup doesn’t match up with your current music playlist, the difference in music will be what is attempted to transfer over.