Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: My Possessed FMR
RE: My Possessed FMR
From: rinty <rinty_at_freeuk.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 23:11:29 +0100
OH Wow, well done mate. Flashing an FMR certainly makes it seriously
quick. About 3 seconds from that fateful press to voice. Not even my
ex-wife would jump that fast!.
Don't you just love kit? I've just had mine flashed and turned into a
ROM box, with an 80GB hd fitted.
[mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se]On Behalf Of Rocker
Sent: 21 October 2004 22:30
Subject: My Possessed FMR
Hello to all you happy and maybe not so happy FMR owners. Several
back I posted a note advising that my FMR had died. NO clicking noise
pressing on. NO back light. No USB. All that was showing was the
light. Green light on while charger was plugged in. Green light
charger was unplugged. Green light for ever! (smile)
Well, just for fun I pulled it out of the junk bin and pressed the on
button. SHAZAM! ! It fired up! ! The battery even still had a 62%
I turned it off and expected the worst but it fired up again. I
flash the latest daily build and wow: it fired up faster then ever.
My question is: I never had the FMR flashed in the past. Now that I
flashed it, will I experience more stability in operation? Does the
content circumvent circuitry that might fix my original problem?? I
figure out this freaking thing man!
So go dig out your old dead FMr units and for fun press the on button.
never know, it might just fire up too!
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