- Jan 2, 2014
Trying to determine if the following is due to the higher performance of the unit which I have enjoyed recently. I set the Fiio to charge, came back a few hours later and it was dead. After several attempts to charge and start I popped open the back and disconnected the battery to see if I was capable of replacing it on my own. Decided I wasn't and reconnected it, of course the blue light came on and it works just fine.
So should I go to the lower performance setting? Do you think it might be related or is it a player issue. Finally got it set up in my car with bluetooth and a dsp for my amp.
Doesn't sound like it's kernel related. The bootloader (which has been left untouched) can be quite temperamental, and it sounds like the charging module decided to power off the unit for whatever reason (happened to me a couple of times). In that case I just unplug and replug the charger and the unit continues charging normally.