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does anybody have a bigger partition then 1 GB? Is it working with bigger partition?

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Are the developers ok? i'm worried, no tweets, no TRAC updates/changes. forget the project a little, is everything ok?

My best wishes.

Edited by TheThingx

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Hello every body i just wana post our kernel with netfilter and iptables enabled

it is a litte heavy but it works ;)

i just wana thanks voyteckst for his help :P

zimagenetfilter.tar.gz

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andoid already tried this, but growth has still lag, there is no any phone with these features on which to make a clone of andoid for omnia, or create something he can install directly kind firmware?

sorry english "google translator"

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Hello every body i just wana post our kernel with netfilter and iptables enabled

it is a litte heavy but it works ;)

i just wana thanks voyteckst for his help :P

Is this safe to install?

What difference does this make?

thanks

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Hello every body i just wana post our kernel with netfilter and iptables enabled

it is a litte heavy but it works ;)

i just wana thanks voyteckst for his help :P

waht does this do ?

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Hi folks,

This is my first post in this section ... However, I've been following this great community for WinMo and now Android.

Just wanted to share my experience.

After I tried the iso-install and the system felt slow I switched to the Ubuntu install on My Storage and everything is running nicely.

I barely have any SOD. Only wenn sleeping with WiFi in use or a program running that requires a lot of CPU. So far so good.

The clock sync issue I tackle with Time Sync since GMT+1 is not an option for me (still using WinMo on a regular basis, since this Froyo release doesn't support FM Radio)

Battery lasts a day or two, depends on how many levels of Angry Birds I am doing. I installed SetCPU but didn't see any major improvement.

With GPS the battery lasts even longer than under WinMo, also sat fix is quicker. I am using Locus with offline biking maps for 3-4 hours and still have plenty of battery left.

But as soon as WiFi is running or 3G battery is sucked emty in no time ..

Now I am anxiously waiting for a new release of Froyo with FM Radio enabled ;)

Then I wouldn't have to switch back to WinMo anymore.

Other things that I miss is the USB connection with Windows (or I am doing something wrong?) - Ubuntu works.

Keep up the great work,

Rudi

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waht does this do ?

it will help using apps like wireless tether ;)

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DEVS, You have told us you should start working on the proyect again this week, do you?

Is it so?

Regards!

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DEVS, You have told us you should start working on the proyect again this week, do you?

Is it so?

Regards!

Yes.

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Hi guys!

1st of all i'm very happy with the great work here! thank you so much.

I've tried Android 2.1 (Eclair) and it's pretty good except camera not running.

So I tried Froyo yesterday and I'm unable to boot Froyo. Anyone else facing same problem?

I stuck at the 2nd reboot after installation with the message "### request_suspend_state: wakeup (0->0) at ##### (Date time UTC) ,,,,,,,

please guide me what I need to do.

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Hi guys!

1st of all i'm very happy with the great work here! thank you so much.

I've tried Android 2.1 (Eclair) and it's pretty good except camera not running.

So I tried Froyo yesterday and I'm unable to boot Froyo. Anyone else facing same problem?

I stuck at the 2nd reboot after installation with the message "### request_suspend_state: wakeup (0->0) at ##### (Date time UTC) ,,,,,,,

please guide me what I need to do.

Oh sorry for asking the same question I just saw it in post 345onwards..

I already did that. Before running the installation file Froyo, i already placed o2b3update.tar.gz file in root Storage as stated in the installation guide.

Installed > reboot > run Haret again and the msg "suspend state" just keep popping out non stop.

Advise guys?

Edited by manyooeric

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Yes.

OK thanks Voyteckst! Good news! ;) And where are you working?

Regards!

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Oh sorry for asking the same question I just saw it in post 345onwards..

I already did that. Before running the installation file Froyo, i already placed o2b3update.tar.gz file in root Storage as stated in the installation guide.

Installed > reboot > run Haret again and the msg "suspend state" just keep popping out non stop.

Advise guys?

What Micro SD card you are using. I had this problem with an 8GB SD but when switched to 4Gb the problem was gone. Not sure if that will fix your problem

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Yes.

please please please focus on the wifi and 3g battery hog problem...please ;) i bet if you solve this first you'll have peace while developing all other things...cuz this huge battery hog by 3g is the only thing standing from this OS being a full daily usage OS with data enabled :P

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please please please focus on the wifi and 3g battery hog problem...please ;) i bet if you solve this first you'll have peace while developing all other things...cuz this huge battery hog by 3g is the only thing standing from this OS being a full daily usage OS with data enabled :P

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please please please focus on the wifi and 3g battery hog problem...please ;) i bet if you solve this first you'll have peace while developing all other things...cuz this huge battery hog by 3g is the only thing standing from this OS being a full daily usage OS with data enabled :P

even with only 2G active, the battery doesn't last longer then 2 days, so I don't think 3G is the big consumption here.

Even if you disable data...you won't get more then 2 days.

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even with only 2G active, the battery doesn't last longer then 2 days, so I don't think 3G is the big consumption here.

Even if you disable data...you won't get more then 2 days.

+1

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even with only 2G active, the battery doesn't last longer then 2 days, so I don't think 3G is the big consumption here.

Even if you disable data...you won't get more then 2 days.

Like on most android phones...

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2 days is a lot!!!!

i think most of the people is asking for a better battery life with wifi/3g on is having at most 5 hours... which is not suitable for a daily use...,

am i wrong??

waiting for news, i want to be grateful to voyteckst and all the dev team!!

regards,

nachoijs

Like on most android phones...

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Like on most android phones...

yes...unfortunately you are right ;)

Edited by alexovy

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even with only 2G active, the battery doesn't last longer then 2 days, so I don't think 3G is the big consumption here.

Even if you disable data...you won't get more then 2 days.

running droid for the last 3 days with no data ;) got 35 % left... and 3g is big consumption...as soon as i turn it on i get from 100% till 0% in about 5 hours...

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2 days is a lot!!!!

i think most of the people is asking for a better battery life with wifi/3g on is having at most 5 hours... which is not suitable for a daily use...,

am i wrong??

waiting for news, i want to be grateful to voyteckst and all the dev team!!

regards,

nachoijs

yup, youre right...i can't get more than 6 hours of 3g...and i need data sometimes bad...but when i see a 5% drop in a minute, i'm like ... this is bullshit ;)

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