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Subject: Re: problems with my iriver h 340 or rockbox?
Re: problems with my iriver h 340 or rockbox?
Is your warantee still active? Even if it is, I'm pretty sure that iriver
won't take responsibility for it. Even less likely because you use rockbox.
The actual conversion isn't that hard, I performed it myself, and I have no
If you are not confident about doing it, I'm sure you'd be able to find
someone who would do it for a small fee.
The other option is to leave the player as it is, and have the battery die
every 20 - 30 minutes, or not turn on sometimes.
On 7/19/06, simon.eigeldinger_at_vol.at <simon.eigeldinger_at_vol.at> wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Jul 2006 16:56:34 +1000
> "Will Robertson" <aliask_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> >You'll need a new battery to start with, so search eBay
> >for a generation 1
> >ipod battery - it's the same size/voltage etc.
> >The actual instructions I used were on misticriver.net,
> >Good luck with the replacement!
> Hm. Why they are making that so difficult? I think a small
> battery door would be easier.
> I think I will send the iriver back to iriver. they should
> fix the problem.
> I think that is easyier and when they kill something its
> their fault.
> Because I don't want to play electrician and I am not good
> at this.
> No other solution?
> Thank you,
Received on 2006-07-19
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