[Android] Converting a brick into a phone
djdas at djdas.net
Wed Dec 10 16:43:31 CET 2008
Andreas Fischer ha scritto:
> I totally disagree. First, I do not think that phones age that quick. I
> used an age-old Nokia phone (I think it was a 3510 - ca. 2002) until I
> got my Freerunner this summer. Unless something unforeseen happens, next
> summer the two Neos will _still_ be the only fully opensource
> smartphones out there. Outdated or not - there is no competition.
> Second, my understanding was that GTA03 is not yet created but only
> planned at this stage. Hearing that not even the OM engineers have it
> yet, I'd not expect gta03 before the next stable release.
> Third, the statement that "nobody really used it, yet" is wrong unless I
> am nobody. I am using it on a daily basis and from what I am reading on
> this list, others are too.
> Finally, we are not talking here about a release of a first working
> software stack but about a switch to a different software stack from an
> already working (though with several shortcomings) software stack.
Totally agree with you! :)
I use my FR since September (bought in July but was a very pain until
September) as a daily phone with FDOM and I have no problems except the
1) buzzing noise (always when GSM signal strength becomes lower than
2) can't use bluetooth headset (according to wiki I'm able to pair and
connect but I don't hear any audio....)
For all the remaining features I think it's a great device and I'm a
very proud owner :) Great job guys! Go on! ;)
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