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Topic # 84532 1-Jun-2011 23:08
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Just spotted that speaker audio is still audible with a headset plugged in. Do I have a flakey device, or is this the norm?

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  Reply # 477546 3-Jun-2011 18:14
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That's weird... I don't have that issue.

BTW, there's a firmware you can flash that lets it play divx movies... it works fine!
Google "Skytex Primer firmware"

It also boots faster and has heaps more settings

Might even fix your prob



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  Reply # 477911 5-Jun-2011 04:52
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Yeah - with you on that. (Primer) I reckon I must have a flakey unit. I "Primer-ed" mine on day one. It also gives me the ability to charge-while-using, (using 5v dc socket with a 1A adapter). I see DSE have upped it back to $159 here in NZ and $AUD129 over the ditch. Presumably no one has mentioned the appreciating local currencies to them.....

BTW, mine has not changed into a radio. Did yours?


Cheers & thanks again for replying.


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  Reply # 477921 5-Jun-2011 09:07
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Nah, still no radio... and still a crappy 30sec backlight time. I could charge and read already... father-in-law cant.



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Reply # 478789 7-Jun-2011 23:01
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Faulty unit. Swapped out. Audio issue resolved.

Cheers..

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