AlrightI figured out how to get intone to work with my bluetooth headset!
I have to start a song, pause it and then start it again...but thats alright.
All my keys worked great (same key codes as other poster)
Occasionally I have problems with the play/pause...but it doesnt look like mine
Could you post your gsmstate file as well as instructions on how to get these
calypso calls to launch automatically?
Thanks in advance,
From: jeremy jozwik [jerjoz.for...@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2009 1:51 PM
To: List for Openmoko
Im hosting a copy of the file at:
From: tb [bumbl...@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, July 10, 2009 9:53 AM
To: List for Openmoko community discussion
Subject: Re: Background amplification and voice blur
Just to throw in my two centsI think the look and feel of opkg.org is
great. I think whoever designed the page did a very nice job.
However, I will agree that we need something to tell what Distro they have been
tested on, and perhaps even a separate packagelist / repo created for each
'dillo Okay (Roadknight Mobility Labs) [armad...@gothpunk.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 08, 2009 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: [om2009] Canola with om2009-u
From: Staley, Daniel L dlst...@uky.edu
Date: July 7, 2009 2:25:58 PM PDT
To: firstname.lastname@example.org community
I havent tried it, so I could be wrongbut as far as I know since it is
operating on the bluez stack it should be able to connect to up to 7 devices at
Like I said, I havent tried any more than one thoughif I get a chance later
I'll try out connecting to a couple of wiimotes and
I recently got my freerunner back from SDG systems, complete with a buzz fix!
So I'm attempting to start using it as my daily phone.
I really like paroli and the work that is being done with om2009, and have been
able to get most of the applications I want running just fine.
However, one that
Thank you for doing this!
I have a full body invisible shield on my freerunner, is this okay to send in?
It can still be opened per usual, but I just wanted to make sure it was okay
Is there any way we could perhaps pay extra and get the GPS capacitor, Bass
Fix, and Recamping fix as
I would recommend the iGo bluetooth keyboard. It folds up, is super
portable...and works great with the freerunner.
It even has a holder that can hold the freerunner vertically or horizontally
while you are
I decided I'd try to start using om2009 as my daily phone to help test it out.
Here are a few of my comments (some I'm sure have been mentioned before)
1.) I really like the paroli look/interface! It is simple, responsive, and
the contrast makes it easy to see.
2.) If you rotate the
I recently installed neovento, and I like what has been done!
However, because I flashed the neovento image to the nand, I am running pretty
low on space for installing new packages (And with the debian repos open to
me...it is surely quick to fill!)
My initial idea was to copy my /usr to the
I keep hearing of these great Buzz Fix parties going on across Europe, and
think it is great that the community is pulling together like that.
Has there been any word of one of these events or just someone in the United
States attempting the same thing?
I'd love to get the fixes (Buzz
I know a while back there was some talk of creating debian packages for the SHR
apps (namely I'm looking for the phone apps like 'dialer', etc).
Since they both can run the FSO M5 backend, it seems that it shouldn't be
unheard of to extend the great work being forged by the SHR
I have a V5 unit and would be interested in getting a full upgrade if I sent it
off to get the soldering done.
Not sure if you wanted people to respond to that question, or you were just
From: Joel Newkirk
I have had no trouble connecting to my iGo bluetooth keyboard initially.
However, after a suspend I have noticed that bluetooth will no longer work.
Perhaps the device never gets powered back on?
Has anyone else noticed this?
A nice zenity gui for connecting to bluetooth keyboards (or really
I am currently running the latest kernel with ASU.
Whenever I first boot up my freerunner into ASU, my /media/card directory is
read fine and I can access everything on it. If the freerunner suspends
however, after it wakes back up, the directory appears to be corrupted and
nothing can be
Thanks everyone for your help with getting ASU updated! I flashed to ASU for
the first time last night and am very impressed! It read the contacts on my
sim perfectly, the options are very nice, sound quality actually sounds better
(more reliable anyway), the sound comes back on resume, and
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2008 2:38 PM
To: List for Openmoko community discussion
Subject: Re: What is Exposure?
On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 4:35 PM, Staley, Daniel L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
However, once I opkg upgraded this morning, I ran into the problem a few
people have posted
I have the mic volume working alright at the moment...but the speaker output in
the earpiece seems rather low, as well as the person I'm calling hearing
themselves echoed and of course the constant gsm interference sound as well.
Can anyone post their .state files that are working well? (If
Alright. With the day finally approaching, the Kentucky group needs 2 more
people from anywhere around the Kentucky Area (Ohio, Indiana, Tenn, Illinois,
everyone is welcome!).
Surely someone out there is around our area and is interested in getting a $30
discount and accessories??
That's the best news I've heard in months!
From: steve [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2008 11:12 AM
To: 'List for Openmoko community discussion'
Subject: Cleared to start Mass production
The latest update I have
that I can talk to,
possibly over dbus?
From: Joerg Reisenweber [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 12:53 AM
Cc: Staley, Daniel L
Subject: Re: Car Mode Application...
Am Di 27. Mai 2008 schrieb
This project looks to be exactly what I need to integrate with! It even takes
commands over dbus!
Well that sounds like a good starting point. Does anyone know if the media
player currently implemented takes start/stop commands from dbus? If not
(which im assuming from the state it was in
Oh I'm not looking to replace TangoGPS. I've been following his project since
he first released it on my Neo, and I've been very impressed. However, I dont
believe (correct me if I'm wrong Marcus) that it does directions or has a way
for me to easily interface with it in another application.
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