Posts Tagged ‘n900’
Know Nokia has a great article on compiling Fuppes for n900 and using it as a UPnP server in your LAN. In general I recommend reading all articles on Know Nokia Quality info on n900 wizardry.
Today I had a chance to test out the Capital Bikeshare. It’s a project funded by Arlington County and DC to build a better bicycle sharing system than what DC built 2 years ago (Smart Bike). Right now they have more than 100 stations and 1000+ bikes. The system has three memberships. Daily, Monthly and [...]
Nokia released a 16 MB minor release for the n900. The firmware version is: 3.2010.02-8 I had some issues with the update. I basically ran out of rootfs disk space. The update application complains as: Not enough space in location. For me disabling all the extra repositories and running apt-get clean; apt-get autoremove did the [...]
I am starting to believe that my battery issues were 2-3 isolated incidents. Lately the phone is staying a full 13-15 hours without any issues with moderate usage: 3g/wifi browsing, media player + FM transmitter and the rest. One thing I did is to remove the RSS applet and empty the RSS feeds. I almost [...]
This battery life situation is kinda pissing me off. I wrote a script to get charge, battery %, and cpu load. Made it run every 10 mins to collect the data. I unplugged the phone at 9:40 am. No 3g, no wireless, very few interaction. About 10-20 mins phone conversation. And at 15:30 the battery [...]
Background information: All and all I’m definitely a Linux person. That means my expectations from n900 was primarily to be hackable I’m also coming from the world of blackberry. My previous hand-held was 8320. Other than being an extremely well designed smart-phone for business and email, it was pretty much useless for me. In this [...]