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Subject: Re: IRiver - No wall charging. Help!!!
Re: IRiver - No wall charging. Help!!!
I have the new battery with me. But that sill doesnt changet the fact
that I cant charge it when it dies... :(
I considered replacing the connector. Couldnt find one that would fit
in. Also, the connector in the iriver has a microswitch in it. I wasnt
sure if ignoring its presence - as I would do if I were to just solder
wires onto the board and draw them out - would cause any trouble.
Can anyone tell me which rockbox build has the usb charging patch in it... ?
On 10/24/06, Manuel Dejonghe <manuel_at_dejonghe.de> wrote:
> On 10/24/06, victor rajewski <askvictor_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 10/23/06, Chintalagiri Shashank <shashank.chintalagiri_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Holding rec as i plugged it in didnt help. It went to the charging
> > > screnn, then truned off in a second, went back into the charging
> > > screen, and so on as long as I had had rec rec pressed. I'll try once
> > > again with the new battery which should have some charge left in it...
> > Yeah; I've had the same problem - you'll just have to wait till you get the
> > new battery. Alternately, this might be an opportunity to play with the
> > hardware and try to solder a new charging socket in or something like that -
> > you'll have to be digging around inside to change the battery anyway...
> By the way: It might by not so easy to find the correct socket and to
> build it in. In such cases, I've always found it to be a reasonable
> option to have a cable soldered to the pcb, hanging out by that hole
> and having a somewhat "external socket".
> It's certainly ugly, but imho not more than butchering the plastic
> case to get another socket to fit.
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Received on 2006-10-24
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