Daily Snapshot Review 31 March 2008

cormier.doug at sympatico.ca cormier.doug at sympatico.ca
Thu Apr 3 17:01:12 CEST 2008

Hi Kevin,

This is my first response to the team - hopefully it is the right method.

I'm located in Canada, have access to a 1900 MHz base station and 3 
Neo1973's, one has the March 31st load.   This device is not registering 
with the Canadian carrier (Rogers), alternatively, the stand-alone base 
station (ip.access pico cell) is not seeing any attempts from the phone 
either. Then the phone will not operate as a phone in North America.

The phone was able to register with 2007 loads, I'll have to reload some 
older configurations to see when it started failing.

Wondering if any other North Americans on this distribution have this 

I could be wrong.

I follow your updates regularly, keep up the good work.


>From: "Kevin Dean" <kevin at foreverdean.info>
>To: device-owners at lists.openmoko.org
>Subject: Daily Snapshot Review 31 March 2008
>Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:25:47 -0400
>My full review can be found
>http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Snapshot_review/2008-03-31 and the list
>of reviews at http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Category:SnapshotReview
>Recommended images will now be hosted at
>http://downloads.openmoko.org/recommended/ and this link is now on
>each review (thanks to wurp2)!
>Basically, today is a "good image" thought I don't see too much change
>at all. Boot times are pretty much the same, applications remain
>pretty stable.
>This stability has given me a chance to poke at some of the oddities
>and notice some minor things. For instance, I noticed (and filed a bug
>report on) the fact that it isn't possible to remove tracks from a
>playlist in media player. I got a chance to repeatedly confirm and
>observe the behavior of the POWER button after resume (and filed a bug
>on it.) I also eliminated concerns that the GSM modem failed to start
>the reboot following a failed resume - several tests today showed that
>this is NOT the case.
>In short, I recommend that users update to this image.
>-Kevin Dean

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