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* raw dump when doing fake double-touch: one finger down and then tap with second finger or make gesture with second finger
 
* raw dump when doing fake double-touch: one finger down and then tap with second finger or make gesture with second finger
 
* some benchmarks
 
* some benchmarks
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dd bs=1024 count=10240 if=/dev/zero | time gzip -9 > /dev/null
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* <tt>lsusb -v</tt> & <tt>lspci</tt> (or whatever <tt>ls$busname</tt> you have on ARM9 :-) )
 
* <tt>lsusb -v</tt> & <tt>lspci</tt> (or whatever <tt>ls$busname</tt> you have on ARM9 :-) )
 
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==Dialing==
 
==Dialing==
  
Dialing currently works only [[Manually_using_GSM|manually]]
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Dialing currently works only [[Manually_using_GSM|manually]].
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==Audio==
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See [[Neo1973_Audio_Subsystem#Phase0_Quick_Start]]
  
 
[[Category:Ideas]]
 
[[Category:Ideas]]

Revision as of 08:41, 8 March 2007

This is a page for those with P0 hardware to share their impressions of the device, and to respond to questions that may be raised about it.

See also Neo1973 Phase 0 -- Information for Phase 0 device owners

Neo1973_Hardware#GTA01Bv3 -- Hardware in Phase 0 phone

Contents

Hardware

Found on IRC, pictures by:

Wishlist:

  • microSD read/write speeds with various cards
  • internal NAND read/write speeds
  • raw dump from s3c2410-ts device as you touch (click)/gesture/hold down with fingers/stylus
  • raw dump when doing fake double-touch: one finger down and then tap with second finger or make gesture with second finger
  • some benchmarks
dd bs=1024 count=10240 if=/dev/zero | time gzip -9 > /dev/null
  
  • lsusb -v & lspci (or whatever ls$busname you have on ARM9 :-) )
Bus 1 Device 2: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)
Bus 1 Device 1: ID 0000:0000
  • ATI3 & ATI9 & AT&V output from GSM modem
  • picture of the inside of the front and back cases, with a ruler for scale, also pcb back and front with ruler, to make it easier for people considering building hardware modifications.

Software

Wishlist:

  • dmesg dump
  • pstree -Gupl output after all standard processes have started

Connecting

By default Neo1973 has usb0 interface working. Under Linux you need to modprobe usbnet and configure usb0 interface:

ifconfig usb 192.168.0.200 netmask 255.255.255.0

Then ssh root@192.168.0.202 with empty password to get into phone.

Dialing

Dialing currently works only manually.

Audio

See Neo1973_Audio_Subsystem#Phase0_Quick_Start

Personal tools

This is a page for those with P0 hardware to share their impressions of the device, and to respond to questions that may be raised about it.

See also Neo1973 Phase 0 -- Information for Phase 0 device owners

Neo1973_Hardware#GTA01Bv3 -- Hardware in Phase 0 phone

Hardware

Found on IRC, pictures by:

Wishlist:

  • microSD read/write speeds with various cards
  • internal NAND read/write speeds
  • raw dump from s3c2410-ts device as you touch (click)/gesture/hold down with fingers/stylus
  • raw dump when doing fake double-touch: one finger down and then tap with second finger or make gesture with second finger
  • some benchmarks
  • lsusb -v & lspci (or whatever ls$busname you have on ARM9 :-) )
Bus 1 Device 2: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)
Bus 1 Device 1: ID 0000:0000
  • ATI3 & ATI9 & AT&V output from GSM modem
  • picture of the inside of the front and back cases, with a ruler for scale, also pcb back and front with ruler, to make it easier for people considering building hardware modifications.

Software

Wishlist:

  • dmesg dump
  • pstree -Gupl output after all standard processes have started

Connecting

By default Neo1973 has usb0 interface working. Under Linux you need to modprobe usbnet and configure usb0 interface:

ifconfig usb 192.168.0.200 netmask 255.255.255.0

Then ssh root@192.168.0.202 with empty password to get into phone.

Dialing

Dialing currently works only manually