Dazzozo

[B2G] Firefox OS for the Huawei Ascend G300 [ROM] [Last updated: 06/12]

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Works for me, you have to enable it in setup.

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cool. i will give it a try in a few days. looking forward.

one more question... how stable is it? any random reboots or errors? i know it's experimental or something like that, but is it stable?

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Great work Dazz as always.It will be a sad day when you stop developing for G300 :( :D

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Many missing file and folders, example;

- data/ local/permissions.sqlite

- system/media

- data/local/indexedDB

but good job daz

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Many missing file and folders, example;

- data/ local/permissions.sqlite

- system/media

- data/local/indexedDB

but good job daz

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Can i flash back a backup from my stock rom , after trying this OS? No different partitions of else?

Thanks

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I have got to say good job I am going to keep this for two reasons WiFi hotspot seams to be more stable then on cm and I only use my phone for teathering and phone calls as I have a tablet and in call sound is good

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Great job, Daz, Firefox OS is cool :P

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I tried it and it doesn't look bad but I prefer CM9

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2nd time, read the OP.

god dammit lol...
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What is working, what is not working, or is that still to be discussed?

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we know what firefox s .... u will know what firefox os is.... don't be so silly to say useless .......

Learn to read and then talk, sucker.

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Can i flash back a backup from my stock rom , after trying this OS? No different partitions of else?

Thanks

Yep backup in cwm will restore with no problems

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What is working, what is not working, or is that still to be discussed?

Give it a go and see for yourself :) Just make sure you do a nandroid backup first.

Most stuff worked for me, but as daz said its more a problem of the os being incomplete than the port!

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Can i flash back a backup from my stock rom , after trying this OS? No different partitions of else?

Thanks

yes ,,,,, u can backup ur nandroid

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Learn to read and then talk,

then never be always twister.... just cool man ,,,,, chuchundar

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According to the irc channel b2g is better than android :/

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According to the irc channel b2g is better than android :/

...said no one ever... xD

Just kidding... I wanna know if anyone fount this usable? The OS, not the port because as I understand the port is good...

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Looks nice and works pretty fast but the text is to small for me and my glasses... ;-)

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a little review about this OS:

- the LED notifications don't work

- the ringtone volume and the in call volume are low

- u cannot use camera or gallery if u don't have a sd card

- the font of the UI is too small

- the internet via APN doesn't work. I couldn't set up the APN. but the internet via WIFI works.

except all that it has a nice UI and I think it has great potential. now it is not mature but I think that in the future a lot of phones will have this OS.

it looks nice and it is minimalistic.

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Mobile data works for me.

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and holding down the home button you can close the applications.

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Very interesting Dazzozo - this is a project I've been watching since it was announced - and it shows a basicness to our hardware which is gratifying to know!

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