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In some cases when docking G10TII in a receiver for firmware update, the transmitter LED may briefly indicate green before changing to flashing red. This is normal. If the transmitter is docked in the receiver device, and the receiver is powered off or power is disconnected (e.g., connected power strip is turned off), the transmitter will enter sleep mode after 4 minutes. When the receiver is powered on again, the transmitter must be un-docked and re-docked before charging will resume. Powering a G10 receiver or G10S receiver from the USB port of a Mac or PC is not supported (this may or may not work, but cannot be guaranteed as it depends on the amount of current available from the computer). If POD Go Wireless is connected to a Mac or PC with the Line 6 Updater app open, and a G10T or G10TII transmitter is docked in the POD Go Wireless, it may take several seconds before the transmitter appears within the Line 6 Updater window. For users of the original G10T transmitter only, the G10S receiver’s battery LED segment will now indicate a solid red LED for the low battery state, without flashing. Each time the G10TII transmitter on the 2.05.0 firmware is docked in a receiver device, the G10TII LED will flash red for 3 minutes while the device’s battery data is read. This will occur even if the G10TII is already at or near a full charge (after that 3 minutes, a transmitter that is at or near a full charge would change to flashing green and eventually to solid green, depending on its charge level).