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David VanHorn Posted - 08/06/2018 : 11:12:09
I've noticed when the count rate gets high, my 320 starts changing modes by itself. Graphic, big font, etc.

Is there a way to stop this? Firmware update, HW mod?
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ZLM Posted - 08/17/2018 : 06:43:28
This Display Mode Controlled Motion feature can be disabled from device menu.

It can be disabled by user.

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EmfDev Posted - 08/08/2018 : 09:09:19
It is being caused by the vibration of the speaker. The motion detect will change the display mode if it detects a
vibration through the gyroscope.
David VanHorn Posted - 08/08/2018 : 08:23:14
Ok, either is ok by me, but it seems like a bug.
EmfDev Posted - 08/06/2018 : 11:32:43
Hi David, you need to either turn off the motion detect setting, or turn off the speaker.

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