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I'm having an odd issue that might be hardware and would like to see if anyone else is seeing this.
I have a Arnova 10 G2 that while sitting on the table (or in your hand or whenever) indicate that the SD card was ejected, inserted and that the media library is being updated. No huge issue unless you install things on the SD card.
The unit is pretty new and I am using the Finnless Bob 1.1 root/ (Thank you Bob for a well documented process.) I did not run it very long before rooting and I don`t believe I had the SD card in it at that time. So I cant separate from a ROM issue without flashing back to stock. If anyone is experiencing this please let me know as I'm going to wait a bit before taking it back to standard.
Secondly Can someone who has had theirs ope confirm if the whiteish block next to the camera is a LED light/flash? I can't seem to turn mine on and find no setting for flash in the camera app. I did install several differnt flashlight apps but none of them could turn it on.
This is a very annoying issue which I raised in my firmware bugs "pinned" topic. It has serious consequences of draining your battery in sleep mode, especially if you have wifi turned on and set a longer screen timeout period. I don't care at all about any actual sdcard eject. I think this is common to all firmwares.
In the discussion, I thought finless solved it by saying to leave off wifi location detection off under settings. This seems to help, but I now see not enough. I think the important workaround now is to turn off wifi before going to sleep. This is too much trouble under settings, so I have a widget for this on my screen.
Mine is on all the time and honestly I am not seeing the SD card ejection thing.... Yes to waking up now and then if location services is running. I thinks thats due to the google apps (maps).
My SD card is a 16 gig HD Ultra. Maybe it has something to do with the SD card type?
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