SqueezeCommander 0.9.5 released

July 10th, 2010

I’ve just released SqueezeCommander 0.9.5 on Android Market and SlideME!

This release includes many new, cool features and several bugfixes.

New key features are:

  • Support Love/Ban/Thumbs for LastFM/Pandora/Slacker
  • Support Alarms
  • Support Sleep Timers
  • Support TrackStat Rating
  • Support Digital Inputs for SB Transporter
  • Downloaded Music now includes Cover Art
  • It finally includes a ChangeLog (MENU / ChangeLog) :-)

I think this is a pretty nice release and I hope that you’ll have fun with it! :-)

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Installing Debian Squeeze on the Joggler for Lazy People (Updated 2010-06-06)

June 1st, 2010

For fearless and lazy people only: ;-)

http://jogglerwiki.info/index.php?title=Installing_Debian_Squeeze#Install_scripts_for_lazy_people

Update 2010-06-06, Version 0.2:

prepare_squeeze_joggler.sh has a –usage parameter now (and many more parameters):

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Debian Squeeze on O2 Joggler

May 31st, 2010

I’ve installed Debian Squeeze on my Joggler now: :-)

http://jogglerwiki.info/index.php?title=Installing_Debian_Squeeze

It’s working great with SqueezePlay and MythTV-frontend!

If you want to use MythTV, I can recommend EasyStroke to control it by gestures.

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Android on O2 Joggler (2)

April 24th, 2010

Some news regarding Android @ Joggler:

As said in http://www.flattermann.net/2010/04/android-on-o2-joggler/ I’ve tried to install Android on the Joggler/OpenPeak.

In the last post, I said that Sound and Wifi did not work yet.

Well, that’s solved by now.
You can use Sound and Wifi on the Joggler now!

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Android on O2 Joggler

April 21st, 2010

If you see this device:

http://www.openpeak.com/OpenFrame.php

What’s your first thought?

Right: Why didn’t they install Android on it? :-)

I was able to get one of these gadgets from O2/UK for a discount price of 49GBP, so couldn’t resist. :-)

In the meantime, I was able to install Android on the Joggler!

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Android x86

March 31st, 2010

You want to try the look and feel of Android?

There’s a great project to port Android to x86!

They offer a LiveCD that you can try without changing anything on your PC.

Furthermore, you can even install it on your PC/Netbook!
It should already run on e.g. many Netbooks like the Asus EeePC.

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SqueezeConfig – UDAP config tool

March 27th, 2010

I’m currently working on a new Android App that allows configuring your SqueezeBoxes via your Android Mobile.

It’s in beta stage at the moment and I’m searching for some testers.

See http://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?t=76584 for details.

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SqueezeCommander Reviews & Comments

March 26th, 2010

I’ve added a new page with customer reviews and comments about SqueezeCommander.

http://www.flattermann.net/squeezecommander/reviews/

Remember, if you’ve found a bug or if you have a request for enhancement, feel free to open a ticket in the issue tracker.

Have a lot of fun,
Christian

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Using a SheevaPlug as SqueezeBoxServer

March 25th, 2010

You want to have the benefits of a local SqueezeBoxServer but avoid a high power consuming PC running 24/7?

In this case, you should take a look at the SheevaPlug embedded PC.

It’s not exactly very pretty, but it’s cheap (~100$) and it serves it purpose. It uses a 1.2GHz ARM CPU, 512MB RAM and uses as little as 2.3W (idle) to 7W (100% CPU usage).

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SqueezeCommander needs your help!

March 20th, 2010

I’d like to put localized descriptions about SqueezeCommander on Android Market.

Some of you speak other languages, so I would really appreciate you translating the two descriptions to your language.
Please keep the character limit in mind. :-)

I’m still searching for the following translations:

čeština (cs_CZ)
deutsch (de_DE)
english (en_US)
español (es_ES)
français (fr_FR)
italiano (it_IT)
nederlands (nl_NL)
polski (pl_PL)
português (pt_PT)
中文(繁體) (zh_TW)
日本語 (ja_JP)
한국어 (ko_KR)
русский (ru_RU)

Please send the localized texts to
android (AT) flattermann (DOT) net

Thanks in advance!

Have a nice day,
Christian

These are the two texts:

Short description (80 characters max.):

The perfect remote control for your SqueezeBox / SqueezeBoxServer.

Long description (325 characters max.):

SqueezeCommander is the perfect remote control app for your Squeeze Boxes.
* Music download to SD card
* Fast incremental library browse/search
* Multi-Player/Server
* MySqueezeBox.com support
* MyApps support
* Auto mute on calls
For SBS 7.2 - 7.4
See the link below for documentation.

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