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Posted 09 September 2010 - 05:42 PM ( #443 )

If the Download / Reset menu appears when you try to connect, it means you have a low battery. Replace the battery with a fresh one, and this problem should go away.

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 05:58 PM ( #444 )

If the Download / Reset menu appears when you try to connect, it means you have a low battery. Replace the battery with a fresh one, and this problem should go away.

Nope. All MY 3 normal v5 all freak out. They get a fresh battery each time I do test runs with connections and such. I get no chicken/round guy or whatever.... It just Freaks out and then asks to download or reset....

It could be just mine... They don't generally connect that much between them. It has No chance of connecting to my V5s.... I wouldn't know what would be the issue since the battery is always fresh.

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Posted 09 September 2010 - 08:15 PM ( #445 )

Sept.9 continued


7:45 PM Brushing teeth.


Even though they're both married, my Gorippatchis like to visit one another.


:) Did you ever wonder what each spouse did while Gorippatchi was out? Well, now you know. :P
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Posted 09 September 2010 - 08:33 PM ( #446 )

Poor Wooltchi and Gozarutchi.

...how does Gozarutchi get the tooth brush under his mask to brush his teeth? :)

Edited by KuroMametchi64, 09 September 2010 - 08:34 PM.


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Posted 10 September 2010 - 06:04 PM ( #447 )

Hey Binary! Two Questions!

1. Isn't Grippatchi an Oldie?


2.Where did you go on vacation? :(

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Posted 10 September 2010 - 06:26 PM ( #448 )

Hey Binary! Two Questions!

1. Isn't Grippatchi an Oldie?


2.Where did you go on vacation? :(

1. Grippatchi isn't an oldie. She's the adult child of Otokitchi & Ojitchi who where mated by connection.

2. To our cottage by the ocean, with my family.

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Sept.10 (Friday)


7:30 AM - an egg on screen between Grippatchi and her spouse. (Green Tama-Go on left, white Tama-Go on right)


7:40 AM - both eggs hatched into a Nokotchi (female baby)
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Posted 11 September 2010 - 06:35 AM ( #449 )

If you leave the lights on after they fall asleep long enough that the attention icon disappears I think it's counted as a care miss. I purposely did it twice and now I have a Memetchi which according the the chart takes two care misses. This could be a great way to get care misses. I'm wondering if I can change the time to their bed time and keep doing this to get a controlled number of care misses. Possibilities.
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Posted 11 September 2010 - 12:01 PM ( #450 )

Sept.10 continued

Bed time (for both) was 8:45 PM

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Sept.11 (Saturday)


While connecting my green Tama-Go and white Tama-Go at about 1:25 PM today, the low battery screen came up on my green Tama-Go. These batteries lasted since I first hatched it, at 7:25 PM on June 30, 2010. 74 days is fairly good, considering they were only cheap alkalines; about $2 for the pair of them.

Well... I guess this marks a good place to end this log. I think I'll let my green Tama-Go stay in stasis for a while, and continue running (but not publicly logging) my white Tama-Go.
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