Re: Is Neo Freerunner a phone? (with Android)

2010-04-04 Thread Noel
On 4/4/10, Niels Heyvaert nielsheyva...@hotmail.com wrote:
 I am afraid it is still draining the battery. I can use my FR for about
 8~10 hours with Android - current featured release.
 It seams like the Dialer will do this, if left unclosed. I'm not sure.
 It seems you're doing something ugly wrong.
 The user is not doing anything wrong, Google is.

 This is because of how Android handles closing applications. When you close
 an app, it disappears from your desktop, but the application keeps running.

Thanks Niels.

I don't care *who* does something wrong. I just search for a way to
use Neo as an ordinary phone (not missing any call/SMS) first.

Someone might tell me that I do wrong using a phone instead of face to
face communication :). It may be true from a point of view.

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Re: Is Neo Freerunner a phone? (with Android)

2010-04-03 Thread Noel
On 4/1/10, Patryk Benderz patryk.bend...@esp.pl wrote:
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 Last night it just keep charging. It was on 100%, so I just unplug it.
 In the morning, when I connected the charger, it booted (?!). I
 checked the battery level and it was 4%. Next time I'll try to use
 Cleanoid to see if it still drain the battery.
 I am afraid it is still draining the battery. I can use my FR for about
 8~10 hours with Android - current featured release.

It seams like the Dialer will do this, if left unclosed. I'm not sure.

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Re: Is Neo Freerunner a phone? (with Android)

2010-04-03 Thread David Lanzendörfer
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  I am afraid it is still draining the battery. I can use my FR for about
  8~10 hours with Android - current featured release.
 It seams like the Dialer will do this, if left unclosed. I'm not sure.
It seems you're doing something ugly wrong.
I'm using it with SHR and its working just fine.
Runtime: More then a day. If you have it in proper suspend,
while not using it.

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RE: Is Neo Freerunner a phone? (with Android)

2010-04-03 Thread Niels Heyvaert

 I am afraid it is still draining the battery. I can use my FR for about
 8~10 hours with Android - current featured release.
 It seams like the Dialer will do this, if left unclosed. I'm not sure.
 It seems you're doing something ugly wrong.
 I'm using it with SHR and its working just fine.
 Runtime: More then a day. If you have it in proper suspend,
 while not using it.

The user is not doing anything wrong, Google is.
 
This is because of how Android handles closing applications. When you close an 
app, it disappears from your desktop, but the application keeps running. This 
eventually results in running out of memory and wake-up interupts from suspend 
while in fact you don't have any app open (at least, that's what you think).
 
This is broken by design. Blame Google.
 
The community has developed tools to list all your running apps with the option 
to kill them individually. So there are ways to work around this.
 
Niels.
 
 
 
  
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Re: Is Neo Freerunner a phone? (with Android)

2010-04-01 Thread Noel
On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 3:11 PM, Martin Šenkeřík
martinsenke...@gmail.com wrote:
 I can recomend you android. I was looking for reliable phone, I tried
 everything, and my last try - android is total winner. Give it a
 try.

Thanks. It looks much faster and nicer then what I've tried so far.
It's too soon to talk about how stable it is.

Last night it just keep charging. It was on 100%, so I just unplug it.
In the morning, when I connected the charger, it booted (?!). I
checked the battery level and it was 4%. Next time I'll try to use
Cleanoid to see if it still drain the battery.

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Re: Is Neo Freerunner a phone? (with Android)

2010-04-01 Thread Patryk Benderz
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 Last night it just keep charging. It was on 100%, so I just unplug it.
 In the morning, when I connected the charger, it booted (?!). I
 checked the battery level and it was 4%. Next time I'll try to use
 Cleanoid to see if it still drain the battery.
I am afraid it is still draining the battery. I can use my FR for about
8~10 hours with Android - current featured release.

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