Laszlo KREKACS wrote:
I also used up all the spray (all the 20ml spray;-)
Just for everyone's information, plain water works just as well--you can
just fill the bottle back up. They used to ship it without any
solution, with instructions to just use water, and it always worked fine
I have a North American version of the Freerunner (850/1800/1900MHz),
but I'm going to be moving to Paris for 2 years starting in the Fall.
Does anyone know anything about whether it will work there? Is the
1800MHz coverage any good, or is there only 900MHz in a lot of places?
It will be most
jeremy jozwik wrote:
my 900/1800/1900 works in north america so i would deduce yes, yes it will
Well, I do know that almost everywhere in the US uses the 1900MHz band
(the phone T-mobile sold me 6 years ago doesn't even work with 850MHz,
so I had to buy a different one that would work near
Also, the tarball unpacks everything into var/tmp/root/. If I move
everything from there into the root directory of the SD partition it
boots, although I can't start contacts or the dialer. That could be
something I did wrong, though.
What kernel should we be using with this?
Ps: When using the default keyboard layout in a terminal, after typing, how
does one input the Enter key?
Just swipe your finger downwards. A swipe to the left is backspace and
a swipe to the right adds a space. An upward swipe changes keyboard
This is assuming
shawn sullivan wrote:
Or if I post a pic, could confirm that I have the right cover?
I suspect you got the wrong one, but if you post a pic I could tell you
if it looks like the one I got, which fits fairly well.
There should be a front piece, a back piece, another piece for the
Andy Green wrote:
There's a race of some kind in suspend / resume that can do this, the
signature effect of it is on resume your device comes back as mmcblk1
and the logical filesystem in memory is corrupted. We didn't see this
for a long time though. Maybe keep an eye out for such
Steven Kurylo wrote:
I think you're pretty low. In another thread someone said their OM
store tracking number was 1087. Mine is in the 1600s. While there
are some assumptions there, it strongly indecates they've shipped 600
from their store alone.
Also note that presumably the 10-packs are
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