View Full Version : Has it done away with these drawbacks?
I already have D2 Line-In, TV-out, charger cable. Can these be used with the J3? And what's the max capacity of SDCard it can take?
Does it suffer from same defects as D2 (like not being able to view photos thru TV-out,cannot use player to move files around-still need a PC for that?,cannot choose line-in recording destination-internal memory or SDCard,doesnt show how much space left on SDCard/Internal Memory,doesnt show battery life in %)?
MicroSD up to 16gb works, as I have one in my J3. Until the price of the 32gb microSD card comes down I can't prove it will work.
I don't think the cables are the same. The ones for the S9 work though. I haven't tried the TV out yet, but there is no option in the photo app to enable it as there is in the video app.
Yes, you need a PC to move files around. The recorder app lets you choose the source. Battery life percent shows on a widget in the widget/icon menu option, as well as in the list menu. Free space is give for the J3's native memory, but not for the card. Under System Information.
I was wondering if the image quality would even look good on the TV screen due to the low resolution of the image (after conversion for the j3/s9). It might probably get really distorted, and that being the reason there's probably no option to TV-out it.
As far as the videos go, j3/s9 automatically resize them, being able to play videos of a higher resolution than that of their own screens, so it's possible to watch non-distorted/non-grainy videos as well?
Just a guess..
So, the drawbacks sans the battery life indicator still seem to exist.
When will Cowon learn to listen to its customers & respond with something better than canned answers, I really wonder.
Well, since the question has been answered satisfactorily I'll go ahead and close this thread, can't see anything positive coming from it in any case.
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