Is a FreeRunner sufficient for me?

David Ford david at
Thu Jun 18 22:38:44 CEST 2009

i beg to differ.  i -reliably- use it for text messaging and brief phone 
calls on a daily basis.

but i'm also someone that can fix most upgrade hassles on my own and if 
something isn't working right, i now know what to do to fix it.

once in a great while Xglamo crashes, once in a while enlightenment gets 
sluggish, and once in a while someone makes ophonekitd crashy.

excepting these, even though it is a developer phone, it works 
reliably.  i SMS people and places all day long. mind you, i wrote my 
own SMS app which is far more functional/featureful than the default.


On 06/18/09 13:49, Joerg Lippmann wrote:
> Am Donnerstag 18 Juni 2009 schrieb Brolin Empey:
>> I need all of these features:
>> * a *reliable* phone for SMS and brief voice calls.
> Then the Freerunner is not for you.
> It may sound harsh, but it's definitly *not* suitable for daily use. Period.
> I tried OM2007, 2008, QTe, SHR, FSO, Hackable:1, Android, Android-cupcake. QT-
> Extended-Improved. All are incomplete and have huge flaws. Apart from that the
> battery life is mediocre at best, the device is lame and sound is terrible.
> Sad but true.
>rg at home
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