Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: First red LED death
Re: First red LED death
From: List <list__at_libero.it>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 16:56:21 +0200
Exactly what happened to me this Friday, after having flashed my AJBR6 a few
I can add that it happens only when I move. I've travelled by train for 1,5h
and nothing happened. At the station, while walking away, it happened a few
times. I then set Antiskip to 10 secs but no better.
Before flashing, I have never had such problem.
Thank u for the great work!
P.S. I used firmware founded in the flashing zip and my archos is unmod'd.
On Monday 14 July 2003 16:14, Martin Borus wrote:
> rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se schrieb am 14.07.03 15:02:03:
> > Hello,
> > I noted a while ago that this Red LED death problem seems to be a FAQ,
> > yet I had never seen it.... Until yesterday.
> Same here, but on a AJB20. I flashed my AJB20 on Saturday. This
> sunday morning the unit locked in mid play (while I was driving,
> couldn't look at the screen). Forcing it off by holding the
> off-button worked. Resume continues where it was supposed to.
> After the lock I set the Anti-Skip buffer to 2 seconds. I had one loss of
> sound 15 minutes later from which the unit recovered after skipping a few
> tracks. For the rest of aprox 3 hours playing time there were no problems.
> These were the first "real" problems I had in the last few months.
> Some more info:
> I used the CVS that was supplied with the firmware-flashing zip file.
> It's an unmodified JBR20 that is filled almost completely.
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Received on 2003-07-14