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PSyMastR

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Ok, when I got my GP2x, with firmware 1.0.0, when I plugged in my headphones, the speakers shut off. I upgraded to 1.0.1, same thing. Now, with 1.1.0, when my headphones are plugged in, the speakers still play sound. Is there a fix for this (Yes my headphones are plugged in all the way), or is this just a defective unit?
 

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You can enable both at the same time from software, so it's not necessarily a hardware problem.
 

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I've read of other people having that problem. Try a search.

If you have an extra pair of headphones try those. Could be that plug of the ones you're using doesn't fit correctly.
 

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Ok, when I got my GP2x, with firmware 1.0.0, when I plugged in my headphones, the speakers shut off. I upgraded to 1.0.1, same thing. Now, with 1.1.0, when my headphones are plugged in, the speakers still play sound. Is there a fix for this (Yes my headphones are plugged in all the way), or is this just a defective unit?
I spin my headphone plug until the speakers shut off, the signal to the software that the phones are in is a very crappy one.
 
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Ok, when I got my GP2x, with firmware 1.0.0, when I plugged in my headphones, the speakers shut off. I upgraded to 1.0.1, same thing. Now, with 1.1.0, when my headphones are plugged in, the speakers still play sound. Is there a fix for this (Yes my headphones are plugged in all the way), or is this just a defective unit?
I spin my headphone plug until the speakers shut off, the signal to the software that the phones are in is a very crappy one.
Please see the thread I made here. The headphone/speaker problem is a problem with the soldering of the headphone jack, not firmware. You shouldn't have to spin your headphone plug.
 
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