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19 Mar 2005
Hi,
I was wondering if anyone has used the aftermarket USB Hotsync Cables and Travel Chargers with their Zs? I've read some comments out here about "reverse polarity" and folks accidently toasting their Zs. I don't want to risk frying my Z. What's your opinion on these-can they be used safely?

I have a 5500.

Here's what I am looking at:
http://rwsherwood.com/Travel_charger.html
http://rwsherwood.com/zaurus_usb.html



Sue
15 Mar 2005
I have a Zaurus 5500. Through my own carelessness-I wore out the backup battery. It's not a huge deal-in the rare event I need to do a software reset-I can just restore my data from the CF card quickly using the restore app. I can also avoid having to do this by resetting when I am plugged into an AC outlet.

I am curious if the backup battery is user replaceable-like a CMOS battery on a PC? I have been unable to find detailed schematics on the guts of the 5500-so I don't want to risk taking it apart if I may ruin it in the process. (I've grown quite attached to my Z... biggrin.gif ) Rather than waste time calling Sharp Tech Support-I thought somebody may have run into this, and could give me some insight.

Thanks So much!

Sue
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