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Revision as of 18:10, 16 May 2009
It booted, but then complained that the process Application Settings in process com.android.settings was not responding. I tried clicking Wait a few times. Then I put the phone aside for a few minutes and the screen blanked. I reactivated it by hitting the power button, then there was a new error that the process com.android.phone had stopped unexpectedly. I clicked "Force close", which was the only option.
I saw the same error after clicking on the Open Source Licenses viewer.
Unfortunately this image includes a Skype icon of some kind. Do not want.
Basically nothing worked after installing. I received the "com.android.phone" error whenever I tried to do anything meaningful.
It also doesn't seem to like my SIM, as it complains that I have no service.
Looks like someone reported the Application Settings error here.
How do I get an account for the Trac instance?
To get adb working on my Debian testing amd64 box, I installed ia32-libs.
adb kill-server ADBHOST=192.168.0.202 adb devices
Note that it shows up as eth1 rather than usb0.
ia32-archive on my mipsel laptop should work but doesn't install right now.
Connecting with adb shell and running logcat, I see the bluetooth headset service crashing constantly. As per this thread, removing the APN entries seems to solve the problems.