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Can you power a Tytn II on mains only

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Nick Le Lievre

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If you take out the battery can the Tytn II run just on mains?

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Yes, but it won't be very 'mobile' <_<

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Probably, but all the instructions I've seen for mobiles (and laptops) all say doing this may damage the device.

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Probably, but all the instructions I've seen for mobiles (and laptops) all say doing this may damage the device.

The damage to the device is if there is a power cut while the filesystem is being written to. With battery operated devices there is a safe controlled shutdown method for when the battery gets low. To be honest its probably no more dangerous than operating a desktop computer without a UPS, and just how many home computer users actually have UPSs?

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