I'm still a bit confused by the hash. If I never let iTunes touch the
iTunesDB, will the iPod Touch/iPhone media player still read it?
Basically, if I create a vanilla iTunes_Control dir with all relevant
files inside, then rsync that to my phone, I wonder if
MobileMediaPlayer.app will read it despite not having a hash. I wonder
if it will only fail if it has hash that is wrong, rather than not
having one at all. I would try it, but I'm too frightened Apple has
some way to keep me from reverting to 1.1.4 firmware if it doesn't work.
Adam Sjøgren wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Nov 2008 19:07:11 +0700, Patrick wrote:
>> Can someone give me a brief overview of where support for the ipod
>> touch is at?
> gtkpod+libgpod compiled from subversion (r2085 (august) happens to be
> when I last built) works well (mp3 sound, covers, mp4-videos, photos)
> with my iPod Touch 16GB that runs version 1.1.1 software.
> I haven't dared upgrade to never versions of Apples iPod Touch-software,
> because I heard the hash-thing they annoy us with has been changed
> between version 1.?.? and version 2 and no one seems to quite have
> figured out to circumvent the new scheme.
> (Please correct me if I am wrong on the last part, I'd like to be...)
> Best regards,