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In this section you will find information geared towards users that want to experiment with their Neo1973, but without doing actual programming.
 
In this section you will find information geared towards users that want to experiment with their Neo1973, but without doing actual programming.
  
 
This will include installing experimental software, configuring advanced options, and making scripts for automating tasks.
 
This will include installing experimental software, configuring advanced options, and making scripts for automating tasks.
  
As most advanced uses of the smartphone currently requires programming, this section is currently empty.
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* [[Getting Started with your Neo1973]]
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* [[USB Networking]]
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* [[Manually using GSM]]
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* [[Manually using GPRS]]
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* [[Manually using Bluetooth]]
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* [[Manually using SMS]]
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* [[Package management]]
  
See:
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== See also ==
  
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* [[Basic End-user]]
 
* [[System Developer]]
 
* [[System Developer]]
* [[Application Developer]]
 
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[[Category:Advanced End User|Advanced End User]]

Latest revision as of 20:48, 22 October 2008


In this section you will find information geared towards users that want to experiment with their Neo1973, but without doing actual programming.

This will include installing experimental software, configuring advanced options, and making scripts for automating tasks.

[edit] See also

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In this section you will find information geared towards users that want to experiment with their Neo1973, but without doing actual programming.

This will include installing experimental software, configuring advanced options, and making scripts for automating tasks.

As most advanced uses of the smartphone currently requires programming, this section is currently empty.

See: