Progress on GTA01 power management issues !
fredrik.markstrom at avalon-technology.se
Wed Apr 23 15:28:31 CEST 2008
Hello Richter !
I have not made any complains regarding the software, what I am
complaining about is the fact that
no representative from openmoko has commented on the bug that makes
the GTA01 not wakeup from
suspend on incoming calls and/or SMS:es. (reliably anyway)
As far as I understand people in the community has been investigating
this and indicated that
it is likely to be a bug related to the modem hardware or firmware. Me
and others has asked this question
a number of times on this list, but so far no official comments.
I didn't expect the GTA01 (or any product as complex as this) to be
bug free, but I did expect openmoko to
be open and supportive. If this is how they will handle current and
future problems (with silence), I'd advice
against buying their stuff.
On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 4:48 PM, Flemming Richter Mikkelsen
<quatrox at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/21/08, Fredrik Markström <fredrik.markstrom at avalon-technology.se> wrote:
> > Still no official comments on this issue ?
> > Until this is resolved I advice newcomers to be careful before
> > spending $399 on another piece of potentially
> > useless hardware (GTA02). From my point of view openmoko might be as
> > silent and unresponsive, using "busy
> > with nextgen hardware" as an excuse with any future hardware revision.
> I think you have misunderstood the consept. Now Openmoko works
> hard to bring out the GTA02 STK to software developers. The software
> developers are the community. We will implement power management
> and Openmoko is nice enough to help us by (they hired people just to
> help us).
> > The iPhone is not open but at least useful, and also $399 !
> Then go and buy an iPhone if you rather have that. If you do not want
> a developer edition, but a consumer ready phone, you should not
> buy the Freerunner yet.
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