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  1. 3 points
    It is good to see the Nomu rugged phone breaking the traditionaly heavy looks of rugged phones. The Nomu M6 is most stylish rugged phone with stunning 3D Glossy rear cover. it presents charmingly lustrous streamline, reflecting shining and movable colors. 10mm thickness body starts the new age of slim - fashion rugged phone. Lets check the about hardware: Nomu M6 features 5.0 inch HD(1280*720)On Cell display afford you a vivid and different visual experience. 8.0MP ( SW 13.0MP ) back camera and 5.0MP ( SW 8.0MP ) front camera, you can enjoy vivid images. It comes with most of the features we've come to expect from a mid range phone, including MTK6737T(64bit Quad-core 1.5GHz), quad core, 2GB RAM, and 16GB ROM storage equipped with Android 7.0 OS and 3000mAh battery that you can play games faster. Since the rugged phone is so beautiful, it will my choice the next time I plan to buy a new phone. what you think about the Nomu M6 ?
  2. 3 points
    TWRP compiled using Nougat 7.1 sources. TWRP flashable - recovery-twrp-3.1.1-0-p839v55.zip IMG file - recovery-twrp-3.1.1-0-p839v55.img How to update: If you already have TWRP installed, you can use the flashable zip to update it 1. Download TWRP flashable zip and copy it to your sdcard 2. Install the zip in TWRP 3. Reboot recovery How to install: 1. Root your Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 (please note that if you are on stock marshmallow you will have to downgrade first!) 2. Download TWRP recovery image file and copy it to your sdcard 3. Install Flashify from Play Store & select downloaded IMG file to flash 4. Reboot to recovery
  3. 2 points
    Disclaimer I'm am not responsible for bricked devices, flashing custom ROM's/Recovery's is done so at YOUR OWN RISK! Download lineage-14.1-20180416-UNOFFICIAL-p839v55.zip Installation I recommend doing a full wipe before flashing! Flash ROM using TWRP Flash GAPPS 7.1 arm package of your choice Reboot & wait for Android to boot For root access flash the addonsu-14.1-arm-signed.zip available from https://download.lineageos.org/extras Version Information Status Beta ROM OS 7.1.2 Nougat ROM Kernel 3.10.107 Created 2017-11-15 Updated 2018-04-16 Thanks goes out to @wbrambley for his involvement in testing & helping to solve / fix bugs!
  4. 2 points
    It's just a built-in security feature that until now has been disabled to allow Lineage to work, but now I have fixed the issues allowing it to be enabled & help make the system more secure.
  5. 2 points
    New build up lineage-14.1-20180416-UNOFFICIAL-p839v55.zip Fix MTP not working on Windows Fix Camera not working for some people SELinux now set to Enforcing
  6. 2 points
    New build up lineage-14.1-20180410-UNOFFICIAL-p839v55.zip Lineage sources updated MTP now works properly on Linux, untested on windows Widevine DRM now functioning properly (fixes apps requiring Digital Rights Management to run - like Netflix)
  7. 2 points
    Nomu M6 comes with IP68 waterproof quality. it is world thinnest and stylish looking rugged phone. after checking the video, now I am waiting how good it will for underwater photography?
  8. 1 point
    @nutsda Can you build Resurrection Remix now you have lineage stable. I would try my self but my ISP has now blocked tethering so I can't download sources to build. There seems to be a call for something more custom. Its like lineage has turned into stock android. Anyway thanks for this and the TWRP update+
  9. 1 point
    LineageOS 15.1 likely to be built into this phone?
  10. 1 point
    NOMU never do the ordinary thing. For the M6 which qualified with IP68, they mixed water with milk and oil to check it. See how’s it going. Nomu is Going to participate in upcoming The HongKong Global Sources Mobile Electronics Exhibition. The event will hold from 18th to 21st April. Nomu will display M6 and Upcoming M8. I am very excited.
  11. 1 point
    What version of windows are you running? As I wonder if it is more of a device driver issue rather than Android. The camera I don't know what's up yet, especially since it's only a few people having issues not everyone
  12. 1 point
    Thanks, also if you open the menu & select the dmesg option (it doesn't let you export that one) & just have a flick through that to see if it shows up any errors for the camera.
  13. 1 point
    Uhans i8 with Facial recognition Unlock system. Being a pioneer in the smartphone industry, iPhone has lead the trend in technology revolution. The 3D face ID that introduced with iPhone X, is now trickle down to Android smartphones. UHANS is one of the first smartphone makers to make facial recognition a highlight of its smartphone model UHANS i8. The good news is that you can win UHANS i8 by participating on the Uhans Mobile Facebook page. What’s more, this 18:9 smartphone has also joined the Black Friday promotion. UHANS I8 incorporates the recent trendy design in the smartphone industry, it incorporates 5.7inch, 18:9 display that takes up almost the full front face of the device. Most importantly, the phone now also sports a facial recognition system for device unlock. The authentication is based on the details collected via the front camera, user only need to cast a glance at the phone to unlock. It is more convenient and secure to get access to the phone. Note: Pictures taken from Uhans.cc for supporting the post. As for the rest of the UHANS I8 specs, the phone will get a 5.7", 18:9 HD+ display, MT6750T Octa-core chipset, Android 7.0 out of stock, Type C USB, 16MP + 3MP dual rear camera, 8MP front camera, and 3500mAh battery. Stay tuned for more detail.
  14. 1 point
    Uhans K5000 IP68 Rugged smartphone Except for those trendy full screen smartphones that UHANS keep on bringing to the market, we've already know that the UHANS team is also working on an IP68 smartphone. Now, this rugged smartphone, UHANS K5000, is globally open for sale on e-shops. How about the configurations? As the name tells, UHANS K5000 is fueled by a gigantic 5000mAh high density SONY battery, which means the powerhouse is powerful enough to back up the phone for 3 days of normal usage. If you are wondering how long will it take for charging such a big battery, maybe the 5V/2A fast charger will help to remove the worry. Another highlight of the UHANS K5000 is that the phone also sport walkie talkie function, with one press of the PPT button, user can carry on one to one or one to multiple communication. and by using this feature the users can enjoy wider signal covering range that with lower cost. As a phone designed for outdoor expenditure, the UHANS K5000 is also armed with a lot of navigation system and sensor, such as the Glonass, Compass, Orientation/Accelerometer/Magnetic-field sensors. The phone features 5.0" LG screen protected by solid Corning Gorilla Glass. While the phone body is seamlessly sealed by premium rubber and plastic combo. Therefore not a thing is destroyed even drop the phone from the height of 1.5 meters. and the phone survives from the depth of water up to 1.5 meters for half an hour. Powered by MT6753 Octa-core SoC clocks at 1.3Ghz, Android 7.0 OS, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM that with 128GB extendable storage along with the OTG function,the phone is strong enough for smooth operation and file storage. Both the 13MP rear camera and the 5MP front camera are applied with SONY sensor, and below the rear camera there located the fingerprint sensor. Stay tuned for more information.
  15. 1 point
    Sorry, I no longer have this phone. Screen touch slowly got worse, many other also had same problem with this hardware even one other at my work that was never modified from stock.
  16. 1 point
    So, SlimKat-u8833-port.build.9.1-legacy-*.zip got working GPS and no FM? And SlimKat-u8951-4.4.4.build.9.1-UbetTC49-Legacy got working FM and no GPS? THIS one should be working FM, for legacy. FM for DU8.2 is for CAF.
  17. 1 point
    Very excited to hear the good news, Uhans finally makes a step ahead. It’s not only a big step for Uhans, but also a big step for rugged phone industry. Always have a big faith in Uhans. Believe it can be better in the future.
  18. 1 point
    can you imagine the gaming performance on the Rugged smartphone UHANS K5000? The fact is it will shock you with its perfect hands-on gaming experience. In the video we have played 2 popular games, check the video and see what you will get.
  19. 1 point
    Update: a full screen smartphone, UHANS i8 is outstanding no matter for its design or built-in configuration. But there is more, UHANS i8 also performs perfect in playing heavy graphic games.Playing games on UHANS i8, you will not only enjoy the extensive images but also appreciate the smooth operation.
  20. 1 point
    As an IP68 smartphone, UHANS K5000 not only tough in construction but also powerful in battery durability. The test started when there is 95% power left, as the video shows the UHANS K5000 last for 7 and half hours with video playback (with Full volume and high display brightness)
  21. 1 point
    As a rugged smartphone, UHANS K5000 can withstand water immersion under 1.5 meters for half hour. Also it survives the drops from 1.5 meters. It is a perfect tool for outdoor exploration. Check the video:
  22. 1 point
    The rugged smartphone UHANS K5000 that water-proof, dust-proof and drop-proof also features a interesting function - Walkie Talkie. Check how it works ?
  23. 1 point
    UHANS Max 2 has a 6.44" 1080P screen and powered by MTK6750T CPU, which is paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. It is truly a huge smartphone with almost metal body. So, it looks premium. The gigantic screen is perfect for playing games, browsing, typing or dealing with split-screen features with the unnoticeable bezels. And there is more, 2 cameras, both on the back and front, it works pretty well under normal light, but the pictures taken in a dim environment is a little bit blurry. With its 4300mAh battery, it can go through 1 days and 8 hours of usage while with the screen on, so it decent for this power-consuming phablet. Due to its Full HD resolution display, it is quite an enjoyable of watching videos. And the signal for GPS navigation works fine while traveling out. Therefore, if you are looking for a massive but budget-friendly smartphone, UHANS Max 2 can be one of the choices.
  24. 1 point
    Xiaomi might be most famous for their Mi range of phones and the MIUI user interface that sits on them, but they also have a number of other products on sale. We've previously raved about the Piston headphones and now we've got our hands on the Xiao Yi 'small ants' Smart camera, a home IP camera that's available for import for just £20 (and that's for the deluxe model!). Is this another Xiaomi triumph or a bargain too far? Read on to find out! Where to buy Two models of the camera are available, with and without IR night vision, but to be honest, you should probably go for the better version, which is what I have here. The camera is available from a host of sellers on AliExpress (where this one was purchased), but is also available from the GearBest EU warehouse, priced at £21.67 including delivery. Hardware In the beautifully presented box you'll find the camera, a 2m white microUSB cable and a 1A mains charger (with US charging pins - an adaptor was provided by my seller), although the device never pulls more than 0.5A even when the IR LEDs are illuminated (it'd probably run well from a battery bank if needed). The camera is mounted such that the (rubberised) base can be used as a stand or as a wall mount. The camera itself has a speaker, microphone, microSD slot for local video storage and (on the night vision version) 8 x 940nm (invisible to humans and pets) IR LEDs around the 1280x720, F2.0, with 111° all-glass wide-angle lens (92.7° horizontal, 48.7° vertical coverage). A reset hole can be found on the back to restore the device to factory defaults. The camera runs on the Hi3518 chipset and supports adaptive rate streaming. Installation Setting up the camera is surprisingly easy. Simply... sign up for a Xiaomi account (this allows you to sync your camera setup easily between devices)download and install the Android app from this linklaunch the application and step through the wizard - select the QR code optionenter your WiFi credentials and a QR code will be createdinsert the microUSB cable into the camerawhen you hear a voice prompt from the camera (in Chinese), hold your phone with the QR code in front the camera until it beeps - the flashing blue LED will become solidthat's it - you're set upPretty simple eh? The first time you connect you will likely be prompted to update the firmware on the camera, this is a quick and automated process. Software As linked above, the camera application is a manual APK install and isn't available from the Play Store. It's not a big issue though as the application self-updates, so you will always have the latest version. Although the application does have a smattering of Chinese, everywhere that matters, the content is in English. It's completely usable - and it's actually a pretty cool app. Features include... support for multiple camerasphoto and video album for saved contentbuilt in storehelp and feedback pagedata usage loggingmanual update checkinghardware decoding togglepush message loglive view over local wifi or mobile data with full screen view and pinch-zoomsnapshot and video recordingtwo way audioscrollable event timelinecamera name configurationcamera status light togglecamera wifi settingscamera firmware updatecamera PIN protectionmotion alert toggle, alert schedule and settingsmicroSD configurationAs you can see, it's a pretty fully featured app, but it still remains intuitive and easy to use. The only notable omissions for me are detection zone configuration for the motion detection, the ability to configure a time zone and an option to disable the IR LEDS - the fact this is missing means it's not possible to use the camera at night in front of a window, due to reflections. In use Watching the video stream at home and remotely Watching video from the camera is very easy, provided you are on your phone. The application supports SD, HD and Automatic stream qualities either in a window or in landscape full screen mode. When viewing the stream, date, time and data rate are displayed. Below the screen sits a timeline, which has motion events indicated by coloured bars. You can scroll the timeline to view those events. From the stream view you can record video (locally), take a still image (locally), enable / disable sound and even press a microphone button to talk to the remote location using the speaker built in to the device. It all works very well. If you are NOT on your phone, things are more tricky - there is no PC based viewer, unless you use the hacks below to enable the RTSP stream. If you do enable RTSP, they are unsecured, so you probably don't want to expose these outside of your home network! I connect to the camera using RTSP from VLC and it works fine - for viewing outside of my home network and not on my phone, I have my router set up to receive VPN connections, which effectively puts me onto the internal home network. Not an ideal solution however. Because of the wide angle of view, the image does have some 'fish eye' affect at the edges - I wonder if this could / should be removed in software. It's not a huge problem though. Receiving motion detection alerts The camera has motion detection software built in - when enabled, a motion event will trigger recording to the microSD card inserted into the device (not supplied). It will also trigger a push alert to your mobile device (the popup appears in Chinese, but that does't really matter). You can then launch the app, watch the motion event footage remotely, and even 'record it' to your local device if required. This isn't necessarily an ideal solution if you want to use the camera for home security purposes of course, as if someone steals the camera, they have then stolen the footage too. If you have a Xiaomi router in your home, you can use that as remote NAS storage for the camera, mitigating that problem a little (and hey, Xiaomi routers are super-cheap too). Night vision The 8 IR LEDs on the camera are arrange in a circular layout around the camera in such a way as to distribute light across the whole viewable area. The net result? They work very well (with the aforementioned caveat that it's unfortunate you can't turn them off if needed). The switching process is completely automatic and in my experience so far, the software seems to get the cut-over point just right. Time zone issues Out of the box the camera is configured to the Beijing time zone and there is no option to change this in the software. A bit annoying! Instead you need to use the hack below to specify an alternate time zone, as a differential to the default. A bit of a nuisance, but at least you can change it. Until you do, the app gets very confused scrolling through the motion detection timeline. Hacking Strangely, there were some features in early versions of the camera firmware that didn't make it to the latest releases - HTTP access (including browser access to the SD card), RTSP streams, telnet access to the underlying Linux OS and FTP access. There's also that one major missing feature - the ability to set the timezone. Thankfully, you can hack all these features back in, really easily! The process is simply... Download the archive from RobinHennigesExtract the archiveEdit the equip_test.sh file to set the current software version and your preferred timezoneCopy the contents to a microSDUnplug the cameraInsert the microSDConnect the camera (it will boot using the scripts on the SD card)And that's it! You'll now have RTSP streams at the following URLs... rtsp://<ipaddr>:554/ch0_0.h264 [HD] rtsp://<ipaddr>:554/ch0_1.h264 [SD] ...as well as telnet and FTP access with the credentials root / 1234qwer (the password can be changed using the passwd command). With a cron script on a server hooking up to the camera via FTP, this could provide an alternative method for storing video away from the microSD card. Pros and cons We like... Super-cheapBetter looking than most IP camerasGood performanceHackableRegular software updates (par for the course from Xiaomi happily)We don't like... It'd be nice to lose the last few remaining bits of Chinese from the companion appIt shouldn't be necessary to hack the device to put features back (especially RTSP)No way to password protect RTSP streams (e.g. for use with Tinycam for example)Verdict The Xiao Yi 'small ants' camera is a great little camera. It's probably not going to be the center-piece of an advanced home security system, but for keeping an eye on things when you're not in the same room / house, it works well. It would be harder to recommend were it more pricey due to its few quirks, but at £20 it's a positive steal. Add in the fact that it's also a rather nice looking piece of tech and it's a great buy. Recommended.
  25. 1 point
    Just had this exact same problem for a couple of days and put a small piece of cardboard on the Sim card. It now fits snugly and from having no sim detected I now have a perfect connection. Worth a try.... You never know.
  26. 1 point
    Hy . Which version you are talking about? If you want to install on SDcard, you must copy all the files in my storage, repartition the sdcard as fat32, and start the automatic procedure (click haret.exe in the "autoinstall").
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