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Old 03-05-2010, 09:56 AM   #1
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OI killed my Bebook?

While testing OI my screen freeze and device is totally dead now whith freezed screen on half picture side on pdf document. It gives red light and nothing works. I can't restart it, reset button does nothing. If I take out battery I have same screen and nothing actually happens.

Well, this is first time that testing software killed my hardware. VEEERY depressed since i got device last week :-(

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Have you tried recharging it? If the battery is dead, the screen won't change.
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Another user who did not read the FAQ.
OK I admit. But You know very well that faq and manual are last resorts

It seems that it was battery after all (in combination with OI terribly slow refresh rates). But it's mystery to me why should battery fail after just couple of days usage (I fully charged it first day and never listened music or something) and battery indicator was showing full charge ALL the time. It's because of these things i didn't think about it at all.
Now I followed manual an I managed to restart system with USB cable and reset.

Sorry guys about false alarm but I was 100% that battery was ok.

Im guilty, i'm guily : smack:
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