All i had to do was pause and play to fix it . even if this is due to us ffwding in 1min instead of 10 min i dont care its well worth it. i expect it is an issue with the update there is always something !!
cb1: Looks like Freeviewshop now has the 3700 available at $699
I've encountered the audio drop out after jumping forward/back and start playing again for a few versions of the firmware. Always fixed by pausing/playing again.
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Jimmy22: looks like V3.15 is on the web site again no V3.16 anymore ?!?
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I have found 3.16NZ to be problematic, with the sound not working after jumping forward. Although I have been using the patched version, I don't know if these problems exist in the unpatched version. It's relatively easy to fix by pausing and playing - but still not ideal. One other problem I have noticed is that after jumping forward it can get stuck in a short loop of a few seconds. Can anyone confirm these problems on an unlatched 3.16 firmware?
I don't think it's my patching that directly causes the problem, it's not like I am mixing old libraries with new. My only change it patching the 4 bytes in a library that directly control the skip forward and backwards time duration. But this change might expose a bug that otherwise you would not see when skipping 10 minutes at a time. Or might not see due to not using that functionality of skipping 10 minutes at a time.