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  1. 1 hour ago, david said:

    For those not following all threads, it looks like the T-Mobile LTE issue was that a custom APN needed to be added with the correct parameters for T-Mobile.

    Are you sure that's the only problem? I heard T-Mobile requires band 66 in some cities for LTE which the Pro1 doesn't support.

  2. 5 hours ago, netman said:

    I have had a look at the kernel source lineage has, and the hardware is most certainly capable, the issue lies here: https://github.com/tdm/android_kernel_idealte_msm8998/blob/lineage-16.0/drivers/input/keyboard/aw9523b.c

    I'm not a kernel developer, so I don't typically delve into device drivers.... but parts of that file look really badly written. The loss of commit history looks doubly amateurish. It will be a difficult road to fix up this stuff...

  3. 28 minutes ago, mahasamatman said:

    Are we caught up in the U.S. fiasco, or are there other reasons for our delays? Having pre-ordered in March and paid in August, I expected to be in the first or second batch, but have received no word.

    I plan on contacting support tomorrow (for like the 10th time!) if I am not sent any info to find out what the status of my order is, now that the US shipping methods have changed.

  4. 17 hours ago, damion said:

    I don't think I should start a thread on the merits of using Google.  I've deleted a verbose rebuttal of all the tin-foil hattery.  If you're in London, pm me to meet for drinks 🙂

    I just want to make a quick statement: The US government can and does get access to my data without a warrant since I am not a US citizen. No amount of technological safeguards can stop that. Look up programs such as PRISM that systematically gather tons and tons of data on non-US citizens, and there are likely many more like it that have popped up since PRISM.

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