Anyone try the Qtopia(trolltech) release on their neo 1973?

Brad Pitcher bradpitcher at
Thu Sep 20 02:57:05 CEST 2007

I turned off standby in the power management settings and don't get the
problems you mentioned.  Of course, the battery doesn't last as long, but I
find it acceptable.

On 9/19/07, John Locke <mail at> wrote:
> Giles Jones wrote:
> >
> > On 19 Sep 2007, at 22:38, polz wrote:
> >
> >> On Wednesday 19 September 2007 22:49:40 Mark wrote:
> >>> Works pretty well, but with the volume all the way up I get feedback,
> >>> and either way its hard to hear on my phone, anyone else getting the
> >>> same problem
> >> Don't you have the same problem with openmoko ?
> >>
> >> The people I talk to are always complaining about hearing themselves
> >> on the
> >> phone.
> >>
> >
> > There's a sidechain slider on the mixer, dropping that helps, it's on
> > the first page. I can't remember the exact name without looking.
> >
> I got the echo to disappear by turning the sidetone slider down in
> alsamixer - now it sounds like every other cell phone I have, according
> to people I talk with.
> I'm not finding yesterday's release to be particularly stable, however.
> The screen turns off after 20 seconds, and at some point after that
> power management kicks in and the device apparently suspends. Sometimes
> it comes back by clicking the AUX key, but more often the screen flashes
> a couple times and then the gui restarts. Once this has happened, calls
> aren't reliable anymore--even though it shows a connection to my
> carrier, it won't place a call.
> You can restart Qtopia, and then the network re-connects and I can
> dial--but after doing this, while I can hear others speak, they can't
> hear me. Had it out and about today, so I don't know if the Mic volume
> was turned down or what--but it all starts working again after a reboot...
> Definitely miss the console app, the media player, and the feed reader,
> but it's definitely an improvement for using it as a phone at the
> moment...
> Cheers,
> --
> John Locke
> "Open Source Solutions for Small Business Problems"
> published by Charles River Media, June 2004
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