Android status as a daily phone
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Sun Apr 25 17:53:18 CEST 2010
Another issues related to the battery is that, as far as I remember,
for #1024 fixed phones deep sleep does not work since the option is
disabled and can not be enabled through config files or others. That
might be another reason for shorter battery time compared to SHR or
qtmoko. But correct me if I am wrong.
On 4/25/10, Denis Galvão - Gmail <denisgalvao at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks urodelo.
> What about the listen volume?
> And about hibernation? Is the energy saver working as it should? I mean the
> phone can sleep and wake without problems?
> On 24/04/2010, at 21:44, urodelo wrote:
>> I've it on my fr since some months. The version I use is 1.5. I can use it
>> as daily phone. it's stable. I've just installed few applications, and
>> except some occasional freeze, I'm not experimenting any special problem.
>> However, I find there aren't many interesting applications available (for
>> my taste), not like in shr. Moreover, its difficult to do every little
>> change in the system. But if you just want to use it as mobile phone, i
>> think it's ok. I didn't test gps and bluetooth yet, I assume they work.
>> Wifi works very well, it automatically reconnects if i go out of range for
>> some time. I've it on nand; booting it can sometimes be a challenge, if
>> your finger isn't quick enough, especially if you have just opened your
>> eyes after a deep sleep.
>> On Sat, 24 Apr 2010 23:59:36 +0200, Denis Galvão - Gmail
>> <denisgalvao at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Im out for a long period...
>>> What is the most recent status of Freerunner Android as a daily phone?
>>> I''ll try it again on monday, and would love some feedback from Android
>>> users out there.
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