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Old 10-11-2012, 09:51 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by twobob View Post
okay well holding back the switch 15s just literally causes a reboot by cutting the power AFAIK so that sounds right.

Knc1 now knows the most of anyone about the charging logic I would say given his extensive research.

EDIT: Ah *looks up* yeah. him.

I'm firing up my 3 gimme sec...
see if I can grab out some metrics
ENABLE_DIAGS on the user storage partiton + re-boot will give you access to the battery management monitor screen.

NOTE: DO NOT attach to a "wall charger" or other source of greater than 300ma when in this mode - the battery management scripting has a coding error in that will allow an "over-current" charge rate sufficient to damage the USB port.
For the ugly details, find the thread where I cooked my USB port (it has an in-line copy of the battery management report with notes).
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