1. 6db8002 Do some housekeeping with fat.h and SECTOR_SIZE by Michael Sevakis · 7 years ago
  2. 7d1a47c Rewrite filesystem code (WIP) by Michael Sevakis · 11 years ago
  3. 95a4c3a Fix up the bootloaders by Michael Sevakis · 10 years ago
  4. 4ea4cdf Bootloaders need the reacharound to get at the internal goods by Michael Sevakis · 10 years ago
  5. 0b29691 Move load_firmware() to separate file by Marcin Bukat · 12 years ago
  6. c599da3 Commit FS#11663 by me - Patch: iPod Nano 2G Bootloader: Boot OF if MENU button is held by Michael Sparmann · 14 years ago
  7. 5d236b2 Generate C file / header for svn version string by Rafaël Carré · 14 years ago
  8. e5c8152 Add more information to the battery debug screen for Nano2G by Michael Sparmann · 14 years ago
  9. a70c7bf Nano2G bootloader - fix dual-booting the Apple firmware. by Dave Chapman · 15 years ago
  10. f2bf463 Nano2G: Initial (non-working) attempt to load an encrypted copy of the original firmware from the "osbk" image in the firmware partition. Code based on iloader. by Dave Chapman · 15 years ago
  11. b04a7a8 Make the Nano2G bootloader actually function as a bootloader. The resulting bootloader-ipodnano2g.ipod file needs to be encrypted on a target using the crypt_firmware plugin to create bootloader-ipodnano2g.ipodx, which can then be written to the firmware partition using the ipodpatcher patch at FS#10609. Dual-booting doesn't work yet - only Rockbox can be run. by Dave Chapman · 15 years ago
  12. 3865035 Various Nano2g changes - enable the rest of crt0.S (including clock setup) and make the nano2g bootloader do something useful (displaying gpio ports). Also add checks for the fifo-full condition in the LCD driver - required after enabling all the crt0.S inits by Dave Chapman · 15 years ago
  13. 0270e4c Get the Nano2G bootloader running - it now runs and displays a logo on one type of Nano2G LCD. by Dave Chapman · 15 years ago
  14. afe43d3 Basic changes to add nano 2g to the build system, based on the Meizu M3 port. The bootloader builds, but does nothing due to lack of any drivers. by Dave Chapman · 15 years ago