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SqueezePlay OS for OpenFrame

Latest Release: 15th January 2015 – CHANGELOG

Download SqueezePlay OS v3.03 for External Storage – (220MB) MD5

Download SqueezePlay OS v3.03 for OpenFrame 1 Internal Memory – (219MB) MD5

Download SqueezePlay OS v3.03 for OpenFrame 2 Internal Memory – (220MB) MD5

  • Which version should I download?
  • - If you want to run this from a USB storage device, download the External Storage image.
  • - If you want to run this from internal memory and have an O2 Joggler (or similar) download OpenFrame 1 Internal Memory
  • - If you want to run this from internal memory and have an OpenFrame 2 (front facing speakers) download OpenFrame 2 Internal Memory
  • For either internal storage version, you will need the Reflash System to install it.

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SqueezePlay for Joggler

Latest Release: 7th November 2014

Version 1.59 (7.7.2-9710) – CHANGELOG
Download USB Installer – (12MB)
The USB Installer is for use with the O2 Native OS only.


SqueezePlay is an open source music player written by Logitech for their line of wireless audio devices. Ordinarily, SqueezePlay is used on desktop systems, but because the interface was designed with touchscreens in mind, it’s particularly well suited to the Joggler’s display.

This version has had the standard skin adapted for 800×480 resolution, is compatible with Jogglers running both the native operating system and ones based on Ubuntu, and is compiled from some of the latest source code. It also features a simple install method, which should load it onto your Joggler without too much fuss.

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Compiling Squeezeplay

An early build of SqueezePlay running on an O2 Joggler.

If you’ve ever tried the binaries of Squeezeplay 7.6 available from the nightly downloads, you’ll know that things aren’t quite right for Ubuntu. The same holds true for the Joggler the graphics and the audio are pretty messed up. But there is a way, if you compile it yourself!

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