Neo FreeRunner FAQ

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==== What is the expected battery life? ====
 
==== What is the expected battery life? ====
 
See [[Neo FreeRunner (GTA02) Battery#Notes_about_expected_battery_life]]
 
See [[Neo FreeRunner (GTA02) Battery#Notes_about_expected_battery_life]]
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=== GSM ===
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==== SIM compatibility ====
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==== GSM/GPRS information ====
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Following page contain very usaful information:
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* [http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Gsmd GSM Daemon]
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* [http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Gsm General GSM page]
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* [http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Hardware:AT_Commands AT commands]
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* [http://freeyourphone.de/portal_v1/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=295#p2956 Useful script for GPRS]
  
  

Revision as of 13:18, 15 July 2008

Contents

Frequently Asked Questions

Battery

What is the expected battery life?

See Neo FreeRunner (GTA02) Battery#Notes_about_expected_battery_life

GSM

SIM compatibility

GSM/GPRS information

Following page contain very usaful information:


GPS

For general GPS introduction, you could find it at GTA02 GPS

Wi-Fi

How do I get the wlan working?

See GTA02 WLAN

Display

Can it play VGA video?

No, it can do about 20 fps QVGA with software, and something beetween QVGA and VGA playing MPEG-4 using hardware (at resonable fps). Scaling is also done with GPU hardware.

Software

Does it support Java?

There is a port of Jalimo for Openmoko.

Personal tools

Frequently Asked Questions

Battery

What is the expected battery life?

See Neo FreeRunner (GTA02) Battery#Notes_about_expected_battery_life

GSM

SIM compatibility

GSM/GPRS information

Following page contain very usaful information:


GPS

For general GPS introduction, you could find it at GTA02 GPS

Wi-Fi

How do I get the wlan working?

See GTA02 WLAN

Display

Can it play VGA video?

No, it can do about 20 fps QVGA with software, and something beetween QVGA and VGA playing MPEG-4 using hardware (at resonable fps). Scaling is also done with GPU hardware.

Software

Does it support Java?

There is a port of Jalimo for Openmoko.