Back to the basics: improving user experience
billk at iinet.net.au
Thu Oct 16 14:45:26 CEST 2008
Nope, thats a furphy - made the alterations, two boots so far and no pin
Took the SD card out and the pin popped up - twice
Put the SD card back in and no PIN dialog.
I have an 8G card as 2 partitions. On p1 I have a single file while on
p2 I have tangogps maps - but p2 isnt indexed as far as I can see, so
they should not affect it and qpe doesnt show as being busy in task
list. The alterations suggested below had been done.
Could it be an issue related to SD cards rather than QPE?
On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 11:39 +0100, Vasco Névoa wrote:
> An important note to the people who are experiencing all-round instability:
> I haven't had many problems with phone calls or SMS. I believe the
> critical point was to disable QPE's file search upon bootup .
> Before I did that, I had all kinds of mysterious problems (including
> PIN), derived from the fact that the Neo's CPU was starving for
> cycles. To make matters worse, it would suspend before the indexing
> job was done, and so the Neo would not have enough CPU power to
> correctly process incoming calls and messages when it resumed. After
> disabling that QPE stuff, it basically works.
> : http://n2.nabble.com/No-pin-dialog--qpe-tp685679p685679.html
> Citando John Lee <john_lee at openmoko.com>:
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