[SPAM] Re: kernel for qt extended 4.4

Kishore kitts.mailinglists at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 06:30:20 CEST 2008

On Friday 03 Oct 2008 4:46:45 am Lorn Potter wrote:
> Franky Van Liedekerke wrote:
> > On Thu, 2 Oct 2008 19:43:23 +0200
> >
> > Petr Vanek <vanous at penguin.cz> wrote:
> >> No problem here. I reflashed previous QT snapshot 4.3 so i presume if
> >> you use kernel from 4.3 you are ready to go.
> >>
> >> unless...I was also looking at the "services" screen or what it's
> >> called in QT4.4 so i might have activated USB networking by an
> >> accident and it's kernel independent? Check it out anyways.
> >
> > hmmm ... I'm guessing that image isn't the official released one, too
> > many bugs (old and new):
> >
> > - lots of kernel-warnings spit out during booting (using
> > uImage-gta02-mwester-stable-d6f9fd270943fb22.bin from I believe the
> > previous 4.3.x snapshot version). Or maybe this is a uimage issue?
> yes, this has nothng to do with qtextended.

I get plenty of errors with regard to splash plugin not found. Seems like 
there should have been a splash screen that is trying to be updated but then 
it does not exist. And yes, boot it still slow.

> > - timezone management isn't working (the files just aren't there
> > in /usr/share/timezone). Also the time itself can't be changed.
> hmmm...
> indeed. sorry. I will update with a new image.

I hope it will be possible to just upgrade from the current install i just 
spent a few hours setting up the moko, transferring contacts etc. (My previous 
motoming phone does not have an export all feature)

> > - echo problem is back
> odd.
> > - alarm keeps vibrating the phone, after pressing "snooze"
> > - each received call arrives twice, causing the second call to show up
> > as "missed"
> also odd. I haven't seen this.
> > The image is called 4.4.1, but my phone reports it as 4.4.2 ... I
> > thought it was going to be 4.4.3?
> Thats because its really a snapshot. which is just 4.4.1 + a few bug fixes.

I do not use the FR as my primary phone yet so have not tested how well it 
manages calls.

Ps: Lorn, In your blog post for today, you mention dynamic rotation. Does that 
mean it adjusts based on accelerometer reading? I could only find one 
application where i had to tap on the screen to make it rotate.

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