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  1. Sent you a PM with link for download. Feel free to pass it on if it's useful. You're the only one to ask for it in 5 months, I doubt my server is going to be flattened by download requests 😀
  2. I had to flash back to stock android (ugh!) after trying UBPorts, but installing SFOS 3.4 directly from stock android was no problem.
  3. Just to dig up an old thread... I've been working at my desk more than usual for the last few weeks, and I found that I kept losing the Pro1 under the various piles of paper, and that because the back isn't flat, I always have to pick it up to do anything so it doesn't rock around the desktop... So I drew up a quick desk stand design for the 3D printer. I'm up to about iteration 5 over the last 2 days, and I think this works pretty well. Happy to send the STL file if anyone else wants to print one. Equally would like to see whatever others have come up wit
  4. Note to anyone reading Craigs post above, there is a second edit missing from the first section, which you can puzzle out easily from reading the sed commands listed. Oh and don't try commenting out the original lines in the files with a #, you'll just end up creating some invalid repos that are a bit tricky to remove again
  5. I've said on this thread previously that my Pro1 lives in a thin leather fitBAG pouch... But some days, like when I'm in the workshop with lots of grinder dust, or if I'm working on site, I've wished I had a case that offered a little more rugged storage. By coincidence, this morning I noticed that my HP35s calculator has a very similar footprint to the Pro1, and the battered old HP supplied hardshell zip case is a great fit. The Pro1 is a little loose inside it on it's own (but restrained by the elastic straps or net inside the case), or a snug fit if still inside the fitBAG sleeve.
  6. https://github.com/sailfish-on-fxtecpro1/droid-config-t5/issues/31 It's not unique to the Pro1 build though, I've certainly seen the same issue before. (Probably on the first community builds for Gemini, but not sure?)
  7. Not sure it helps, but I had the same issue. I must have hesitated for almost a whole second before my eagerness to see Sailfish on the Pro1 got the better of me
  8. Another thread you might find interesting/useful at talk.maemo.org
  9. Its a bit tricky without it, I found I was using a combination of HWKB and VKB at the same time before I found that!
  10. I followed the instructions here which worked a treat. (I found them linked from here, which might also be a useful page to read)
  11. I installed ubu_chroot and chromium yesterday after I replied to your post. Impressive how a handheld device runs a full fat web browser smoother than some of my PCs
  12. Git is available, built by NielDK, at openrepos.net Download and install storeman for sailfish from the openrepos page, then use that to search for git. (Storeman is at https://openrepos.net/sites/default/files/packages/6416/harbour-storeman-0.1.8-1.armv7hl.rpm)
  13. Not really, I only noticed it when tapping the touchscreen with the keyboard open. I spotted that the screen part hadn't reached the landing pad, as you did, but when I investigated further, found it didn't happen every time. It seems to be happening less often no, but maybe I'm kidding myself.
  14. I found the same issue. Not especially annoying, but noticeable. It does seem that it's not the same each time I open the phone, so it's possible it might get better with use if, for example, the travel distance of the hinge isn't well controlled?
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