R: Re: [android] koolu beta 6?

narkos at iol.it narkos at iol.it
Mon Apr 20 00:15:07 CEST 2009

problem with the dns is due to the fact that when I reboot the freerunner the 
dns property in the init.rc is override with the default value!


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>Da: narkos at iol.it
>Data: 20/04/2009 0.03
<community at lists.openmoko.org>
>Ogg: R: Re: [android] koolu beta 6?
>Very easy and fast.
>simple test results:
>GSM works! audio call 

>good, I didn't test how the receiver hears my voice.
>WIFI got connected (but 
>had to install qad-keybord to set the passwd) but browser is unable to load 
>pages. I manually set the dns (with open dns) but it doesn't work; using 
>enumeric ip address it works!
>That's all for now
>>Da: damianspriggs at mac.com
>>Data: 19/04/2009 20.57

>>A: <pieter.
>colpaert at gmail.com>, "List for Openmoko community discussion"
<community at lists.
>>Ogg: Re: [android] koolu beta 6?
tried it a few days ago:
>>- I liked the installation. They 
package everything in a single  
>>tarball that you expand on your SD card. 
Boot from the card, and it  
>>installs QI, kernel, and root fs. No mucking 
about trying to figure  
>which kernel works with what release
>>- After 
the first time booting (which 
>will take a very long time. Let  
>>it sit for 
a while), it boots fairly 
>>- UI is fast and responsive

>>- Connectivity just isn't 
>there, at least for me. It would find my  
wifi, but kept dropping (even 
>when I was sitting right next to  
>>the base 
station. Could not connect to my 
>service provider with any  
>>sort of 
strength (AT&T). I get full bars in SHR.
>>- It seemed to "forget" settings. 
I changed the ringtones, and it went  
>to the default
>>After not 
being able to use it as a phone, I went back to 
>SHR. In all,  
>>a good 
start, and something I'll be keeping my eyes on
>>On Apr 19, 
2009, at 1:11 PM, Pieter Colpaert wrote:
>>> http://koolu.

>>> I never heard of this before. Anyone tried it yet? 
>this a cupcake
>>> release (I just got used to the great soft keyboard in 

>android 1.5!)?
>>> Is there somewhere a "working/not working" list 
>>> Pieter
>Openmoko community 
mailing list
>>> community at lists.openmoko.org
>>> http://lists.

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