Please implement the keep alive function asap. the BDP keeps getting back to the DaftPunk page after a longer period of inactivity, and a reboot (which is only possible through the bdp itself, not the software) is the sole relief.
While your at that: the login for lat/fm seems crippled yet. is that correct? It now logs in as bryston, which seems a bit unsatisfactory in the privacy-department. I don't want any activity to be logged at all.... not even as bryston
in a very short view, I saw a button on the initial page 'Play' with one of the attached drives' name. it disappeared again toe be replaced with the for placeholders for Launch alert model and application update 1-3. it did work. Confused the interface through Manic Moose (Daft Punk back again), but on my Mpod saw all tracks of this 2 TB harddrive...... Better build in some warning.
Is this expected behaviour for now?
There are also additional issue's in regards to initial upgrading that seem to be causing havoc (error 09 upon upgrading) with some units that we are also currently working on pinning down.
I'm not sure what you mean by the "keep alive function"? If your referring to the BDP locking up and replaying the same half second then i guess that answers the following question.
By the way has anyone tried playing back audio over night using manic moose only to find it frozen the following day? I've had my BDP-2 running for four days straight, looping the same six albums.
The Play <drive name> is a intended addition, the idea is your buddy comes by, you plug in the thumb drive, wait for it to update the database, click the button, it adds the contents to the playlist and starts playing the first song. The downside is if you have more then a few hundred songs on the drive; the playlist is to large for most devices to handle the large playlist that gets created.