Okay, if the batteries or connecters are weak, I can change those out
myself if I read the Rock Box FAQ correctly, correct? Why is the battery
status not accurate when in use?
Sarai D. Bucciarelli
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On Behalf Of Linus Nielsen Feltzing
Sent: Friday, June 09, 2006 12:27 AM
Subject: Re: Question from Blind user about Battery and making
> Hi guys:
> I'm using a Studio 20 GB recorder made by Archos and thanks to Rock
> boxes pages, plus another much more detailed page by Bryan Hartman (I
> think.) I now have songs and folders talking using the Paul voice that
> came w/ my Kurzweil OCR software. I've noticed that ever sense I've
> done this, my player's battery status as well as time seem to
> fluxuate. It will be at 70 percent, then 42, then 60, etc. This can
> take place w/ in the span of a few minutes to a couple of hours. Not
> sure if what I did puts drain on the battery, or maybe Rockbox isn't
> reporting the status correctly. Any suggestions?
It could be that either your batteries are going weak, or your battery
It could also be that the disk is used more, as it loads the .talk files
and the voice file ever so often. The battery readings are unaccurate
when the disk is in use.
Received on Fri Jun 9 20:20:02 2006