Patryk Benderz patryk.bend...@esp.pl writes:
I ain't no clue, but would be nice to have *nix ManReader :) Very often
Wikipedia (so I assume WikiReader) has pages on most of the *nix utilities. Not
quite a ManReader, but close.
The jurisdiction where I reside recently implemented a law banning handheld
devices while driving. I bought a Jabra BT125 because someone reported success
with it and the Freerunner. I've gone over the SHR manual web page and the
manually using bluetooth page and everything else Google could
Quoting Risto H. Kurppa ri...@kurppa.fi:
Do you use FR as your daily/primary phone?
Do you use FR as your primary PDA?
What distribution you run most of the time?
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Quoting abatrour abatr...@gmail.com:
Hey, I live in the lower mainland as well. I have om2009 installed and I can
send and receive text messages just fine. I don't do actual calls yet
because I don't have the buzzfix,
FYI (in case you weren't aware) you can get the buzz fix from SDG Systems
Quoting Chris Samuel ch...@csamuel.org:
I'm pondering trying out Android on my FR but was worried by some of the
comments on the Wiki about very low volume during voice calls - is that still
an issue with the latest builds ?
I am using Koolu's beta 6 release and call volume is no more quiet
Quoting Jan Henkins j...@henkins.za.net:
Hope somebody can help:
I perpetrated the cardinal sin to let my FR battery run completely
In the meantime, is there any (non-destructive) way to coax the FR into
life with the flat battery, so that I can charge it?
Quoting JW [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
vote and tell OM what you want for the next phone
1) touchscreen (no qwerty buttons) - freerunner, HTC Orbit, iphone
2) qwerty keyboard and tracker ball - blackberry curve
3) combination touchscreen plus qwerty - G1
In order of preference;
Quoting Joel Newkirk [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
On Wed, 1 Oct 2008 20:32:34 -0600, Ori Pessach [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I have a question about the predictive keyboard shown in one of those
Intended, you just have to understand what it's doing.
Unlike T9 and
On August 15, 2008, Cédric Berger wrote:
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 20:22, Jim Morris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Anyway bottom line is does work.
Thanks, I'll try again
Well I manage to have it say connected, but have no network
access... will keep trying
I also have to try other settings
Charging my Freerunner on a dual boot laptop. Freerunner is running Qtopia
from microSD card.
Under Windows XP, on Freerunner
reports host/500mA usb mode 100mA
But under Ubuntu it reports host/500mA usb mode 500mA
On May 31, 2008, Mike wrote:
If I wanted a PDA the runs linux and has wifi, and gets good battery
life, any suggestions?
I've got a Nokia N800. Much less expensive than the N810, but 810 has some
things 800 doesn't.
Battery life is from 1 day to 1 week or so depending on how I'm using it.
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