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  1. I know you are joking, but I meant that quite seriously. My wife brings home half of the family income, but, for some reason, I thought I need a phone that is 10x more expensive than hers (while having worse audio quality 😉 ). Of course I explained to her why I wanted that Pro1 so badly before throwing all that money at a company that, even then, I was not sure would be able to deliver at all. If you manage your entire household from a common financial pool, it is imho a question of mutual respect to discuss major expenses prior to engagement -- especially if they are about what most peop
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  2. Hey guys, Just as a minor update, I've been running ACC / AccA for a while now and it continues to work great. Charging current limit is rock-solid and will definitely prevent fast-charging if you don't want it. As others have noted, tweaking the PMIC settings may mess with the battery "fuel gauge." If you use more extreme settings, the more it may be messed up. Charging current limit is straight-forward and won't mess with the fuel gauge much/at all, as it works by measuring current in and out. One thing that will seriously mess up the fuel gauge is the max charge voltage. I've
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  3. Wait. What? We have to convince our spouse??
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  4. I very much enjoy the discussions here, and hope that also F(x)tec uses them for inspiration on future projects. But considering the features of a hypothetical Pro2, I think we should also be realistic: The Pro1/Pro1-X are very expensive phones even without including exotic technologies like e-ink-keyboards. I think 1000 €/$ are a magical landmark, where even enthusiastic keyboard-phone lovers will have a hard time convincing their spouses that they really need that device. A Pro2 should probably focus on getting an up-to-date flagship SoC and improve on the known shortcomings of i
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  5. You are right, but let's not further misuse this thread for discussing known issues of the original Pro1 (again). Lineage may be able to fix a few more things on the Pro1, but I think we have to accept the fact that, from F(x)tec's perspective, that one is done. Any software issues related to the binary blobs will not be fixed. Imho, we will be lucky to even get spare parts for components unique to the Pro1. Let's see how the Pro1-X comes out and how long F(x)tec plan to keep it available for purchase. If it improves on some of the issues already in the first production batch, and if
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  6. Seeing as this is a forum for the Pro1 and upcoming Pro1 X cellphones (and other future products) from f(x)tec, one might argue that you are asking about your Samsung phone in the wrong place. However, I think you may have more luck finding help here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/c/samsung-galaxy-s20-s20-s20-ultra.9711/
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  7. I wonder if the Pro2 could actually be that way... With an e-ink display under transparent keys 😍
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  8. Some time ago, I recommended Devuan as my GNU/Linux distribution of choice for installation in a chroot of LineageOS. Today, I wanted to upgrade my xrdp-pulseaudio modules (providing seamless sound forwarding to Android when using my X11 desktop) and found out that installing them on Devuan is not possible in a straightforward way using the tools provided on neutrinolabs' GitHub repo. The reason is that the drivers need to be compiled against the pulseaudio sources matching the version of each respective distribution. On Devuan, the command: # sudo apt build-dep pulseaudio fai
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  9. For those with GNU/Linux-chroots: UPower provides a friendly interface to display the information from that sysfs tree. E.g. rostkatze:~ # upower -e /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_battery /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/line_power_dc /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_main /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/line_power_pc_port /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/line_power_usb /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_bm
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  10. In case you have root, you can take a look at /sys/class/power_supply/... Just open any of the files inside the sub-directories of power_supply as text file to get an idea what it does. Some files can be read to get information about the hardware, like the battery voltage. Other files can be written to, to control the hardware. After some trial & error, you should have an idea which files are important to control the charging process. I guess this is also how ACC works. With apps like Automate or Tasker, you can run different scripts/commands to control the charge process i
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  11. Remember that the percentage is not an a measurement, but an estimate the phone tries to calculate as an educated guess. And if something (here for good reasons) is messing with the charging system, no big surprise that the estimate system gets a bit confused. See the sketch from this ancient post.
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  12. I have an SAMSUNG 20 ultra phone which has been rooted before . As known the rooted phone can't get new update and some features stop my question is how can I restore phone to get update ? is there is a Rom can solve it ? or if I go to Samsung services will them help me to remove root and restore the phone to stock ?
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