Question about Velocity Micro Cruz Reader R103
My mom gave her velocity micro cruz reader r103 it was completely dead i bought a charger when it is plugged up to the charger the light turns read when i try to turn it on while charging the light goes off and it stays on the first screen that says cruz
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Usually when you have what i would call a power lock out. you must remove the battery and wait a few minutes and put it back in, and it usually fires up. Most electronics have these problems. If you are 100% sure the unit is charged with a green light, or no light at all, and you pressing of the top button does not turn it on then remove the back, it is very easy. You can lift it up with your fingernail. If new and faint of heart, under warranty, and all, then make that phone call. Otherwise, you must attempt to remove the connects to the big grey squared battery for a moment, which is said to be easy to do and the battery easy to replace. Look for instruction on the removal on YouTube, or other sites. However, I am more than sure this will solve the problem, unless it has been in liquid, a power surge, dropped, or in excessive heat or cold, or touched by some with "bad karma" for electronics (just kidding). hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
SOURCE: I bought a Velocity Cruz
There is an update to the firmware for this device available on Velocity's www.cruzreader.com website. Perhaps that would help. Otherwise, I would advise a return for exchange at the place of purchase, while you can. This behavior is not expected, and you may have a faulty device. For the technically-minded, there is plenty of information available on Slatedroid, and this device can be "rooted" for use as a general-purpose Android tablet. Pretty slick.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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