Replacement firmware for the Neo Car Jukebox or Neo35. Originally forked from Rockbox by SSI America and released for the betterment of the Neo community. It is written for the SH-1 processor in standard c with c++ style comments compiled with gcc.

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  • I have been using this for quite some time and the firmware is awesome. Only unfortunately my Neo died. I think the problem is the docking station (I have two central units - I tried both in my docking station - It is very unlikely that both are broken. So therefore I assume the problem is the docking station). Does anybody have replacement parts or a used unit for sale?

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  • This firmware rocks! Especially when you have owned an original NEO 35, mStation Version 2... with the original firmware. This project has opened up new life for these MP3 players. I own 2 of these with all of the accessories. I have burned extra firmware chips if any one needs to purchase one. I had to buy an eprom burner after the original chips got scrambled trying to install firmware updates form SSI America, great product but no support! I am glad they released the code for modification since they could not provide any help. Thanks to knobby and mrskippy, i know this is not a popular product but I look forward to any new releases you guys come up with! The well written documentation you guys have come up with beats anything ever produced by SSI.

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English

Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Assembly, C

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2003-10-28