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Old 12-05-2008, 12:01 AM   #1
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Firmware Upgrade - How long?

Hello all,

I hope this is not a question commonly asked. I searched around but did not find anything.

I have a new Hanlin V3 with V2.00EN firmware. I downloaded the V2.01 began the upgrade. It upgraded the kernel and is stuck at step 2, update system. The device is plugged in (and full charge) and the bar at the bottom is not moving at all (about 25% complete). I don't really wish to turn it off and back on - not sure what results I'll have. It's been sitting here for about 15 minutes.

any suggestions?

Thanks
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Old 12-05-2008, 01:33 AM   #2
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Ok, I got it. I ended up yanking the battery and trying it again. It did not get even as far as it did the first time. Even though the firmware upgrade identified the FAT fs, I formated the SD card again and that seemed to work!

Still no bookmarking on Mobi stuff tho... bummer.
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