Sooo... I may have blown up my battery.
werner at openmoko.org
Fri Dec 11 17:37:56 CET 2009
Fran?ois-L?onard Gilbert wrote:
> 4) try to plug the led + resistor between the FR terminals: very faint
> light, but OK
> 5) plug the FR in my computer, put the battery in, power up the NAND
> boot menu
Hmm, it should power up on its own when you plug in USB. Didn't
it do this ? Maybe try the opposite order: insert battery, connect
USB, then wait and see what happens.
(I'm assuming you're using u-boot. Things are a bit more complicated
with Qi, because as far as I know, the low-power path into and inside
the kernel is still incomplete.)
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