Christophe Badoit wrote:
Denis Galvão a écrit :
Talked to hackbod on the #android freenode room.
Im not sure if it is official, but this is what he told me yesterday.
Thank you for the source.
This is indeed bad news if all android apps have to be patched to be
usable on the FR
Nishit Dave wrote:
On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 8:31 PM, Kishore [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:
Since i got my neo rather recently, i have only tried 4.4.1. Is 4.3 still
better choice? A couple of days ago i lost my daily use phone (motoming
and so i now need to use the FR as my daily
Looks similar to the DIYer mintyboost' project:
Radek Bartoň wrote:
I've just read an article about new VARTA Digital USB Charger
Don't delete it; someone will recreate it. Make it a redirect to the
Fredrik Wendt wrote:
lör 2008-08-30 klockan 00:29 -0700 skrev Michael Shiloh:
My comment: Just go ahead! :)
Alex Oberhauser wrote:
It would be more important to not run everything as root I think
This will be also a main focus. When we receive the Freerunners, we will see
how fast we can change this bad state.
Personally, I'd be more interested in an encrypted
Mass Pro is slated to start between may9 and may 16. Steve's rule say add a
week. Then you got test, then you shipping.
On Monday ( or maybe Sunday night for my EU friends ) I will do an update.
Could you also include status of debug boards? Will they go on sale at
Ponoko has acrylic in 1/8 and some 1/4 thicknesses that you can
get laser-cut for fairly reasonable prices - IIRC, they just opened
a bay-area cut/ship center to reduce shipping in the US (they're originally
from New Zealand!). Looks like a typical project from 7x7x1/8 acrylic
is around $10-$20.
Related to making openmoko gear - is there vector art of the logo
somewhere? I checked the wiki and couldn't find a reference, and checked
downloads.openmoko.com and again came up empty. Inquiring minds want to
know! Also, if it is published, we'd probably want some kind of license
to use it that
This is a good start, very informative. Some good additions, I think,
* Why does computer/usb charging max out at 500mA? is that a
limitation of the USB spec?
* you mention 'other manufacturers' that 'identify their own chargers'
with various resistors... if
On Monday, Apr 14, 2008, steve writes:
Ok thanks dirk.
Frankly, some people thought the pouch sucked.
If I ship a pouch, you have no choice. you get my pouch.
My opinion: it's a phone sock.
Ideally I would love to have the community
develop this accessory if they want it.
How about a case that's part metal and part plastic? Make it plastic just
the antennas (which, IIRC are at the 'ends' of the phone) and metal everywhere
Heck, it could end up having a *good* effect by being extra shielding between
and the (noisy) electronics of the
On Thursday, Feb 14, 2008, Kyle Bassett writes:
There is talk about pushing startup power control of the internal devices
(wifi, bt, gps, mmc, etc.) to user level, as every user may or may not want
certain devices available at bootup/all the time (availability vs.
Indeed, this along
Software by its nature is easier to fix than hardware or even
firmware; this approach does the Right Thing: vendors win
because the firmware layer just got a whole lot easier to write
and the rest of the world wins because we get as much control
as legally permissible of our hardware.
On Saturday, Sep 15, 2007, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer writes:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
does anyone happen to know if the debug board of the advanced Neo
kit will be compatible with future versions of the Neo (or other FIC OpenMok
o phones, at that)?
It will definitely be compatible w/ GTA02. As for
On Tuesday, May 29, 2007, Peter Hoffmann writes:
i just stumbled over a video at the google talks series about
information-efficient text entry using dasher.
I think this is quite an interesting input method for mobile devices
with touch screens or motion sensors. And it is open source
If someone wants to repurpose the neo
hardware, check out what the guys at
tml are doing. They're sold out for now, but they might be worth talking
to to see if they want to try and start from a base Neo and just add
I think a good Jabber client could totally supplant MMS - it support
file transfers, which is all MMS really does (I think), as well as
things MMS never dreamed of like encryption and presence and etc.
Putting a good mobile-UI on, say, Psi or one of the other open source
Jabber clients shouldn't
Sean please just ignore idiots like this. The rest of us know
you're doing the best job you can and want to see the phone out
ASAP just as much as we do. In summary: ignore the trolls and
keep doing what you're doing.
On Saturday, Jan 27, 2007, Sean Moss-Pultz writes:
On 1/26/07 9:40
How about a locked-down 'kid version' of the UI with touchable pictures for
'mommy', 'daddy', etc ? Maybe not even labelled, but just the pictures?
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