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Yes. looks like a good variant.Then any way all not that bad, even if i too got an not very good battery in my X3 :)

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I contacted Fiio a few months back about a replacement battery (mine hasn't gone bad, but I was uncertain if it was going to). They sent back a reply with instructions on how to replace it (fairly easy), and said it would cost round $15 for a new one. Much cheaper to replace it yourself than have to ship it all the way to China if it isn't under warranty anymore.
Just to know opening the player is not that easy ... It is not so hard but it is not that easy too specifically for non experienced person
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Just to know opening the player is not that easy ... It is not so hard but it is not that easy too specifically for non experienced person


experience tells. some weeks ago i change the touchscreen on chinese smartphone - also i cannot find any instructions about procedure, all going to ok. I think, battery change must be much easier....

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experience tells. some weeks ago i change the touchscreen on chinese smartphone - also i cannot find any instructions about procedure, all going to ok. I think, battery change must be much easier....
Indeed....i am not talking about changing the battery of the x3 .. I am talking about opening & assembling it again !! biggrin.gif
Hold & reset buttons are a bit problematic and the main difficulty in the process
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Indeed....i am not talking about changing the battery of the x3 .. I am talking about opening & assembling it again !! biggrin.gif
Hold & reset buttons are a bit problematic and the main difficulty in the process


You can be a good lad, and put in youtube videoinstruction about process :)

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You can be a good lad, and put in youtube videoinstruction about process smily_headphones1.gif
I wish i could but i just opened it once to mod the amplifier circuit and hardly closed it again so i am not an expert but i know how to act in such situation
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My only advice is : While you are opening the player make attention to the hold button and notice how it is inserted to be able to insert it again as it is .... See this thread : http://www.head-fi.org/t/669830/fiio-x3-mod-ad8397-to-ad8620 it may be helpful
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Just to know opening the player is not that easy ... It is not so hard but it is not that easy too specifically for non experienced person

Actually, according to the email I got from Fiio, they include a new hold button with the battery. The instructions just tell you to cut it off when disassembling, and stick the new one on when putting it back together. Don't know about the reset button, but it seemed to me like the skill needed was being able to operate a screwdriver. I can post the instructions I got if anybody would like to have a look at them, and Fiio has no objections. 

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Actually, according to the email I got from Fiio, they include a new hold button with the battery. The instructions just tell you to cut it off when disassembling, and stick the new one on when putting it back together. Don't know about the reset button, but it seemed to me like the skill needed was being able to operate a screwdriver. I can post the instructions I got if anybody would like to have a look at them, and Fiio has no objections. 

Very good. That means, seller is FiiO, and not need to search for battery over various ebay seller and try to decide, what battery may be "fake"...

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I just got my Fiio X3 and sorting out how to use it.  Just one question, I downloaded the latest firmware and I noticed that the gapless playback isn't working as there is a little gap between tracks which is annoying.  My files are m4a's from iTunes.  Is there anything I can do to get rid of the gaps?

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