Battery discharging daily icon on screen shows a circle with crosshairs &a bell
The two icons noted above: what are they and how do I get them off my main screen? Would either of these cause the battery to discharge rapidly ? Once again the two icons on my main screen are : a circle with crosshairs inside it and a bell symbol with sound waves coming out from it
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NOTE: this will only work on the earlier models with the SCPH 1000 bios 22/9/2004
1. Press and hold Circle , Right and L1 2. Press and hold L3 and push the stick hard 3. Boot into the PS2 browser without a CD/DVD in the tray 4. Press circle and R1 on the DVD 5. Hold right until an menu appears 6. Press circle and R1 again.
If this fails try this
1. Load the DVD into the PS2 that you want to play. 2. At the browser screen select the CD icon press and hold circle and square until the DVD menu appears. 3. Either select the movie select icon or the play icon.
If these two fail you will need a Messiah chip OR magic chip 2 installed
RedditDec 21, 2014 - They just put another battery icon on notification bar. It looks kind of... ... Log in or sign up in seconds.'. English. limit my search to /r/Nexus5 ... Replace Lollipop battery indicator with circle battery icon? (self.Nexus5). submitted
I am not sure where the confusion is on adjusting portrait/landscape mode. If you look at the bottom of the screen, you will see the following icons: an open book, a curved arrow inside a circle, a circle with three lines in it, the battery icon, and the clock.
To change the orientation:
1) press the icon that is the circle with three lines in it.
2)press "Reader Settings"
3) press "Orientation"
4) select "Auto-rotate", "Portrait", or "Landscape."
There are two alarms, and the steps are the same. Make sure both are off.
For Wake 1 alarm.
1.Look on the face. One the left are two symbols, a 'bell' and a 'music note'.
2. Press the 'Wake 1' button on top, several times. Notice how the green circle on the left of the face switches back and forth between bell to music note.
3. HOLD DOWN WAKE 1 BUTTON, until both lights are off.
The Wake 1 alarm is now off.
Wake 2 alarm:
Look at green circles on the right side of the face. HOLD DOWN WAKE 2 BUTTON until both circles are unlit.
The Wake 2 alarm is now off.
Get a piece of paper, write "HOLD DOWN WAKE BUTTON to stop repeating alarm" and tape it to the back of the clock.
THE MANUAL SHOWS THE BELL ICON AND INDICATES THAT IT MEANS AN ALARM IS ACTIVATED, BUT THE BELL I'M SPEAKING OF DOESN'T HAVE LINES TO THE LEFT, ITS JUST THE BELL. I'M NOT SURE, IF YOU HAVE MADE SURE THE ALARMS ARE DEACTIVATED, WHAT THE ICON MEANS. SORRY
If you mean "battery power" icon...you need to go into the "Control Panel" via the "Start"button on the lower left of your screen and adjust your "Power Options" settings in the "Advanced" tab to "always show icon on the desktop". Windows defaults to not showing this icon. You need to do it manually as described above. Once done, it stays that way.
Following are the instructions for the RP5610 which looks very similar to the 4801A (that I also have). The only difference in the instructions is that the 4801A doesn't have a clock icon, just press the SET button until the center colon dots are flashing, Press the rewind or fast forward arrows on the circle next to it to set the time. Set the alarms by pressing the set button until bell 1 or 2 is displayed. Nap is also set with the set button - not sure how to stop it yet.
To set the clock:
Press the SET button until the clock icon is displayed (circle with hands at 10 and 2)