``Freerunner reliable and stable''?!

Ole Kliemann ole-om-community-2008 at mail.plastictree.net
Sun Oct 26 17:17:49 CET 2008

On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 02:12:18PM +0100, Yorick Moko wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 1:58 PM, Iain B. Findleton
> <ifindleton at videotron.ca> wrote:
> > Sorry to disagree. There was lots of info about how the FR was not ready
> > for prime time available when I bought mine. I think it is pretty clear
> Don't get me wrong (I love my FR)

I do too. :)

> but when I bought it (preordered it very soon) it was still marketed
> as a working phone, not a developper phone. Not only on openmoko.com,
> but also on openmoko.org. (And yes I informed myself very good, I read
> almost every mail).

Thank you. That's exactly my point.

> > that this machine is a hackers box that makes phone calls, and that is
> > what I bought. I use the thing for phone calls and it works just fine.
> But that is the problem, it still can't make reliable phone calls
> (echo has been partly fixed, gsm buzzing sound still around and I
> havent tested the latest image but until recently the calypso chip
> keeps re-registering). I have tried everything a thousand times,
> 2007.2, ASU, 2008.8, 2008.9, FDOM, FSO, Qtopia... and never have
> gotten a "working phone"

Quite the same for me.

> a lot of problems like thelimited bus (glamo's fault) were told, but
> everything you could read said it would be a working phone
> I vote in favour of editing openmoko.com, at least for now

Yes, that's it. 

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