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Old 08-29-2012, 05:35 AM   #16
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First post so, Hi!

I guess I should not even think about installing this on my iriver story hd with firmware v.1.28 SE, as there is a great risk of it eating my cat? It would be quite nice to have, say a QR-Code with contact information/etc.
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Old 08-29-2012, 06:05 AM   #17
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This mod should work with all firmware versions, if that's what you're asking.

You can set up your contact info on the device itself though. Personally I prefer to print a sticker and put it on the back of the device.
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Ah, nice! Thanks for the swift reply!
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:59 AM   #19
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The mod had a small bug (copied only one of the four images to internal storage, so you had to create the screensaver 02-04 files yourself), which is now fixed. I also added an Undo file that reverts / uninstalls this mod and reinstates the original screensaver images.
I have run your script to gain access to the screensaver images.
Now I have modified some pics, and I'd like to copy these my images onto the system storage.
You have done a script that puts the original pictures inside the system storage (screensaver-undo) , but you can make a script that puts those modified ?
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I won't make such a script, because it's dangerous. The internal partition has very limited space, and putting wrong/too large files there, could cause a brick. Besides there is no point as the images work fine where they are with this mod.

What are you hoping to achieve with it anyway? If it's an anti-theft measure (your name branded into an image they can't remove), there's no point; a thief won't give back a device just because of that. Screensaver can pretty much be disabled anyways. Plus there are ways to reset the images (either with the screensaver-undo, or some firmware files provided by iriver, the ones that don't brick your device anyway).
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I won't make such a script, because it's dangerous. The internal partition has very limited space, and putting wrong/too large files there, could cause a brick. Besides there is no point as the images work fine where they are with this mod.

What are you hoping to achieve with it anyway? If it's an anti-theft measure (your name branded into an image they can't remove), there's no point; a thief won't give back a device just because of that. Screensaver can pretty much be disabled anyways. Plus there are ways to reset the images (either with the screensaver-undo, or some firmware files provided by iriver, the ones that don't brick your device anyway).
I have two iriver that I'd like to customize by changing the screensaver, without having sparse files in the drive.
I thought that if the images work fine with your mod, the iriver story can be changed internally without problem.
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