GTA02 is now an expensive brick
billk at iinet.net.au
Mon Jan 5 02:02:03 CET 2009
Briefly remove/replace the battery and then plug in the usb cable from a
computer - not the wall plug. Removing the battery allows the safety
circuit to reset itself.
Wait at least 10-15 minutes to tricklecharge, then try booting again.
You may have to remove/replace the battery again. Boot with the usb
cable plugged in.
The lable saying what version you have is under the battery.
On Sun, 2009-01-04 at 18:54 -0500, Lucas Lacroix wrote:
> Thanks for all the responses.
> I believe have a GTA02v5, but there's no identifying mark to say which
> As for purchasing an additional battery or a battery charger, that is
> NOT a solution. That's a stop-gap. It's the same as purchasing a new
> car, finding the axle broke in your driveway overnight, and then the
> car salesmen telling you "all you need to fix it is buy a new axle".
> I have tried every combination of with/without battery, holding aux,
> USB or Wall charger, and holding aux+power. None of these combinations
> have yielded any results.
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William Kenworthy <billk at iinet.net.au>
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