Openmoko-debugtool

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This simple tool can be used to achieve to following tasks without the need of the terminal. This is mostly useful to speedup the configuration of the phone or to do these tasks without the pen.
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This simple tool can be used to achieve some repetitive tasks without the need of the terminal. This is mostly useful to speedup the configuration of the phone or to execute the following tasks without the pen:
 
* Set fast charge mode
 
* Set fast charge mode
 
* Switch USB operation mode between host and device
 
* Switch USB operation mode between host and device
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* Create a PAN networking connection with a BT device
 
* Create a PAN networking connection with a BT device
  
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The tool can be started from the "applications" menu. Some features are not implemented for the moment but some updates will be posted soon. The code will also be included after a cleanup. The tool is working with both versions of the kernel (2.6.22 and 2.6.24). In some cases it may fail to install because of unavailable dependencies. Before this problem is corrected, it is safe to install it using the -force-depends option of ipkg.
  
The tool can be started from the "applications" menu and looks like this:
 
  
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== Screenshots ==
 
[[Image:OM-debugtool_Screenshot.png]]
 
[[Image:OM-debugtool_Screenshot.png]]
  
  
It can be downloaded from the following link:
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== Download ==
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<del>[http://openmokast.org/files/packages/openmoko-debugtool_0.1-r1_armv4t.ipk openmoko-debugtool_0.1-r1_armv4t.ipk]</del>
  
'''todo: add the link'''
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<del>[http://openmokast.org/files/packages/openmoko-debugtool_0.2-r5_armv4t.ipk openmoko-debugtool_0.2-r5_armv4t.ipk] --[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 14:28, 29 April 2008 (CEST)</del>
  
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[http://openmokast.org/files/packages/openmoko-debugtool_0.2-r6_armv4t.ipk openmoko-debugtool_0.2-r6_armv4t.ipk] ([http://openmokast.org/files/packages/openmoko-debugtool-0.2.tar.gz Source]) --[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 20:35, 29 April 2008 (CEST)
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--[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 20:27, 16 March 2008 (CET)
 
--[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 20:27, 16 March 2008 (CET)
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Latest revision as of 10:12, 19 July 2009

This simple tool can be used to achieve some repetitive tasks without the need of the terminal. This is mostly useful to speedup the configuration of the phone or to execute the following tasks without the pen:

  • Set fast charge mode
  • Switch USB operation mode between host and device
  • Set time
  • Switch sound profile
  • Set DNS configuration
  • Enable Bluetooth hardware
  • Scan Bluetooth devices
  • Create a PAN networking connection with a BT device

The tool can be started from the "applications" menu. Some features are not implemented for the moment but some updates will be posted soon. The code will also be included after a cleanup. The tool is working with both versions of the kernel (2.6.22 and 2.6.24). In some cases it may fail to install because of unavailable dependencies. Before this problem is corrected, it is safe to install it using the -force-depends option of ipkg.


[edit] Screenshots

OM-debugtool Screenshot.png


[edit] Download

openmoko-debugtool_0.1-r1_armv4t.ipk

openmoko-debugtool_0.2-r5_armv4t.ipk --Jmichel 14:28, 29 April 2008 (CEST)

openmoko-debugtool_0.2-r6_armv4t.ipk (Source) --Jmichel 20:35, 29 April 2008 (CEST)



--Jmichel 20:27, 16 March 2008 (CET)

Personal tools

This simple tool can be used to achieve to following tasks without the need of the terminal. This is mostly useful to speedup the configuration of the phone or to do these tasks without the pen.

  • Set fast charge mode
  • Switch USB operation mode between host and device
  • Set time
  • Switch sound profile
  • Set DNS configuration
  • Enable Bluetooth hardware
  • Scan Bluetooth devices
  • Create a PAN networking connection with a BT device


The tool can be started from the "applications" menu and looks like this:

OM-debugtool Screenshot.png


It can be downloaded from the following link:

todo: add the link

--Jmichel 20:27, 16 March 2008 (CET)