|Music player||in org.openembedded.dev|| in shr-core
| intone+mplayer1 || yes || yes
| intone+mplayer2 || yes || yes
| enjoy || yes || yes
Phones And players
| Phone || Player || Is fast enough to play ogg vorbis || Is fast enough to play mp3 || Is fast enough to play flac
| om-gta02 || intone+mplayer1 || yes || yes || should be
| om-gta02 || intone+mplayer2 || no || no || unknown
Phones systems issues
| Phone || Headphones output || wired remote control || Bluetooth SCO || Bluetooth A2DP || Others Issues
| om-gta02 || problematic on most devices(requires bass fix to be ok) || ??? || yes,not integrated || yes, not integrated || microsd card detection, and corruption issues
| n900 || OK, not integrated yet || not integrted yet || not working || not working || none
Intone+mplayer (1 or 2):
The usage of intone + mplayer (1 or 2) is quite problematic under the freerunner: since most people don't have bass fix(I don't) bluetooth is mandatory for listenning to music trough hearphones.
But the procedure to set it up is quite long(the microsd is also guilty) ....
add that to .asoundrc:
Note that only intone and usual alsa program will use that path, not the telephony, ring etc...
- boot the phone
- open vala-terminal
- run the following if your microsd doesn't appear:
p #if a partition doesn't appear, run the following(recreates a big partiton, do not do that if you have multiples partitions)
p #the partition should have appeared
- mount -a
- open emtooth2, wait for the bluetooth headset to appear in intone after putting the headset in discovered mode.
- click on the device entry
- slide the audio connect button, reslide it until it says an error that it's already connected(so you know it's connected)
- finally open intone, select the folder to play(do not take a too-big folder else it will OOM(out of memory(RAM))
- click on the settings button and renice mplayer
- return to the normal menu and press play
- Integrate bluetooth better
- Fix microsd issues
- handle the slowness of the CPU in mplayer or find a music player that works and that is capable of playing music fast enough