Tazer JL Lite display text

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Received mine this afternoon (fast shipping btw, thank you), but one thing I noticed, the text seems to randomly cycle through weird letters/phrases resembling the intended text but incorrect, then cycling back to the correct spelling. Almost as if currupted.

Has anyone seen this? Yes, was able to make changes but yet doesn't seem right and I haven't seen in anyone's videos.
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I have never seen this occur, perhaps you need to download the current version and retry.
 
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I have never seen this occur, perhaps you need to download the current version and retry.
Thanks for the reply. Mine shipped with current version and followed instructions three times with same results.
 

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What you are seeing is text bleeding thru from the audio display, if you go to the audio and say turn off the radio you can reduce the bleed thru but it won’t go away completely, sometimes it does it a lot and other times hardly at all.

You have to realize you are using a shared display so it’s not like say the Flashcal that has a hand held but then with Flashcal you have to store it somewhere after using and with a Tazer it stays connected and out of site all the time.
 
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What you are seeing is text bleeding thru from the audio display, if you go to the audio and say turn off the radio you can reduce the bleed thru but it won’t go away completely, sometimes it does it a lot and other times hardly at all.

You have to realize you are using a shared display so it’s not like say the Flashcal that has a hand held but then with Flashcal you have to store it somewhere after using and with a Tazer it stays connected and out of site all the time.
Thanks. It did seem to be shared text from the audio section overriding or replacing letters or words of the Tazer. If its normal, then fine. Just had not seen that mentioned anywhere that I recall.
 
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