[Vrstream] careful when charging your stream, buy new coreds
lw32211 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 19:43:23 PDT 2016
Is there a cheaper way to get the plug that goes into the wall for the VR
I think that humanware gave a certain ampage that can be bought for it.
Does anyone remember what that is and how to get it?
I don't need it right now but there is always a chance that I will need it
at some point.
I don't want to find out when I need one that I could have bought it some
place other than where I got the first one.
Thanks for any help.
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Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2016 2:57 PM
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Subject: [Vrstream] careful when charging your stream, buy new coreds
Hi to all. I thought I'd have to send in my stream for repair of the
USB port where my charging cable goes in. Fortunetly that doesn't
seem to be the case now. I'd noticed that the last few times I'd
charged my stream, I had to be a little careful not to move my stream
around, but it did still charge. However, today, Every time I'd try
and plug in my charging cord, the stream would make those connect and
disconnect sounds. I'd try and move it just so, and it would charge
for a while, but if I moved it ever so slightly, it would make the
disconnect sound. Well, I called humanware, and they told me try a
new cord or if that didn't work, I'd have to send in my stream for
repairs. I didn't think I had another micro USB cord, but I found
one, and at least for now, it is working. I just bought 3 6 feet long
micro USB cables from amazon for around $10, and they will be here
this coming Saturday. I'm glad my stream is still working.
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