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still no RIL. :/

EDIT: There is RIL, but only when I skip the PIN instert at startup, and add it after unlocking the lockscreen.


Edited by fleky, 30 September 2013 - 05:43 PM.

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so does this have anything to do with unix? is there any posix compatibility, a terminal app or something? please don't yell at me, i'm just asking..

 

https://wiki.mozilla.org/B2G


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Magnificent OS! :D


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keep up the good work KonstaT


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https://wiki.mozilla.org/B2G


cheers, totally misssed that googling for 'firefox os'. ; )

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so does this have anything to do with unix? is there any posix compatibility, a terminal app or something? please don't yell at me, i'm just asking..

I only resort to management by perkele when necessary. :P
 
Firefox OS is basically Android with Dalvik VM replaced with Gecko which runs HTML5 webapps. All hardware implementation is basically Android (kernel, userspace HALs). You have shell access with adb but it's quite limited (it doesn't even have busybox by default).

 

still no RIL. :/

EDIT: There is RIL, but only when I skip the PIN instert at startup, and add it after unlocking the lockscreen.

Errm, doesn't PIN query happen always after the unlock screen? Iirc it did for me. So at least there's a work around?


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Errm, doesn't PIN query happen always after the unlock screen? Iirc it did for me. So at least there's a work around?

 

If i don't enter the pin right after boot, only after first locksreen, it works perfect, if i enter, there is no signal, and can't fint any operators.


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New build. Random reboots fixed. Please test if RIL works on SIM locked devices. Reboot at least once before reaching any conclusion (and make sure you've actually clicked the OK button after PIN input). I think someone adventurous could use it as a daily driver now. ;)
 
b2g-20130930-atlas40.zip
md5:49c3405222271ad5433d01cdc391e053
 
-fixed random reboots
-fixed proximity sensor

 

 

 

Ok.

I'll try and report.

My Blade 3 is locked to mt:s network.

Will see.


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First impressions after fix:

- I hawe excellent network coverage,

- 3G/WCDMA works perfectly

- encreased speed of whole phone

- radio rom works perfectly

- all setting also

 

Generaly all is good now (ecept, for me, small letters on system ui)!

 

to be comtinued...


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There is an overall lag everywhere,and only home button work


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Gooooood work.............

There is an overall lag everywhere,and only home button work


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Why the last update of Firefox OS wont boot... Only black screen...

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If i don't enter the pin right after boot, only after first locksreen, it works perfect, if i enter, there is no signal, and can't fint any operators.

I still don't get it. PIN query happens always after the lockscreen. You mean the PIN query on the very first boot when initial device setup is done?

 

There is an overall lag everywhere,and only home button work

Already asked and answered. Search for a picture of a Firefox OS phone and see how many hardware buttons they have. ;) Your statement is also bullshit because power and volume buttons work just fine as well. :P

 

Why the last update of Firefox OS wont boot... Only black screen...

Most likely because you don't know how to read or can't follow simple instructions...


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I still don't get it. PIN query happens always after the lockscreen. You mean the PIN query on the very first boot when initial device setup is done?

Yep, i meant that. Sorry for misleading. So everything works fine.


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I still don't get it. PIN query happens always after the lockscreen. You mean the PIN query on the very first boot when initial device setup is done?

 

Already asked and answered. Search for a picture of a Firefox OS phone and see how many hardware buttons they have. ;) Your statement is also bullshit because power and volume buttons work just fine as well. :P

 

Most likely because you don't know how to read or can't follow simple instructions...

Tnx KonstaT... now work perffect.... for me RIL is working fine


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KonstaT, I was just curious, what caused those random reboots ? :D This phone is finally a good device now (with a solid OS with only very few android parts) :D


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I wish Canonical made some good work and Ubuntu Touch got optimized&running on any android phone....I wouldn't mind having android apps runtime as well :D

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not really, he helped me out twice even though _he_didn't_have_to_. responding to everyone's (oftentimes vaguely worded) problems is a royal pain. been there myself. : p


Ok,fine I apologise

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I've been using this ROM for over a week now. It feels unfinished, some webpages won't even open, I can't watch youtube videos (in the previous build youtube worked). Also that scaling should be improved and I miss Silent Mode (so that the phone doesn't make noise on finding a new wifi or when receiving a phone call/sms.. I gotta have airplane mode enabled instead).

Other than that this OS is quite good :) Basically I haven't had any serious problems so far, I haven't charged the battery since Friday and it's still at 20% and I don't ever turn of wifi. It's reliable, unlike Android there are no reboots because of a crashing application or any random reboots... it's the most reliable OS this phone's ever got. (just as stable as a fresh CM 10 or the stock ROM)

Good work KonstaT :)) btw, is there any advantage that ZTE Open has the same SoC (afaik) ?


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I wish Canonical made some good work and Ubuntu Touch got optimized&running on any android phone....I wouldn't mind having android apps runtime as well :D

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I hope you'll keep working on this rom konstat bc it'd be really nice to have another OS on our phone. 


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KonstaT, I was just curious, what caused those random reboots ? :D This phone is finally a good device now (with a solid OS with only very few android parts) :D

Missing /system/bin/rmt_storage. I even know it causes exactly that and I still have it always initially missing in everything. :P

 

I've been using this ROM for over a week now. It feels unfinished, some webpages won't even open, I can't watch youtube videos (in the previous build youtube worked). Also that scaling should be improved and I miss Silent Mode (so that the phone doesn't make noise on finding a new wifi or when receiving a phone call/sms.. I gotta have airplane mode enabled instead).

Other than that this OS is quite good :) Basically I haven't had any serious problems so far, I haven't charged the battery since Friday and it's still at 20% and I don't ever turn of wifi. It's reliable, unlike Android there are no reboots because of a crashing application or any random reboots... it's the most reliable OS this phone's ever got. (just as stable as a fresh CM 10 or the stock ROM)

Good work KonstaT :)) btw, is there any advantage that ZTE Open has the same SoC (afaik) ?

Yeah, I noticed the youtube thing as well. It's again fine in build I did a while back. Firefox OS still heavily under development and I've built it from master branch. Things tend to get broken.

 

Having the same chipset as every official Firefox OS just makes it easier to port it on to this device. Unfortunately none of the official devices even has a hdpi screen so it looks a bit off in ours.

 

I hope you'll keep working on this rom konstat bc it'd be really nice to have another OS on our phone. 

Not much for me to do. Afaik everything that should work, already does - besides FM radio of course but I have no idea if it's an upstream Firefox OS issue or something else.


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