Boot modes

By holding down one or more buttons while turning on the device, your Woovebox can be put into several different modes and special states.


Play stop protection

(firmware 2435+) By keeping 12/A4 pressed while turning the device on, playback is no longer stopped by pressing the play button. Use this mode if you are worried of accidentally stopping playback (for example in a live situation using Live mode) by accidental touching of the play touch area. Playback can be stopped by switching to Song mode (which is a dual button gesture and therefore unlikely to happen accidentally).


Disable autosave

By keeping 14/Sampler pressed while turning the device on, autosave is turned off. This mode is perfect for tweaking your song non-destructively, for example for passing your Woovebox to a curious friend, without having to worry about them destroying your songs.

Please note that a manual save option will become available in the context menu of Song mode's 'GLob' page (firmware 2421+).


Disable song restore & autosave

By keeping 13/Song pressed while turning the device on, your Woovebox will start with an "empty" song, while autosave is turned off. This mode is perfect for quickly showing a friend how easy it is to create a song from scratch, while not affecting any of your existing songs.

Please note that a manual save option will become available in the context menu of Song mode's 'GLob' page (firmware 2421+).


BLE enable

To start your Woovebox with BLE enabled, keep the 1/Cd key pressed while switching on the device. The display reads 'Boot Bt' instead of the usual boot up sequence.


Delete all samples

Please note that the following procedure will cause all sample data on the device to be lost!

To delete all samples on your Woovebox, keep the 3/Ld key as well as value knob pressed while switching on the device.


Factory reset

Please note that the following procedure will cause all data (songs, samples, patches) on the device to be lost!

To reset your Woovebox to its factory settings, keep the 4/Ar key as well as value knob pressed while switching on the device.


Recovery mode

In the very unlikely event of some sort of catastrophic data corruption causing a boot loop, the device can be booted with Bluetooth enabled, but without loading any data (songs, samples) and with its sound engine disabled. To do so, hold the 1/Cd key and value knob pressed in while powering up the device.


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