[NTLK] New Version! Einstein for Android 5.1.2013
Reilly001os at aol.com
Fri Jan 4 23:10:04 EST 2013
Your awesome! Works as expected on
Motorola Droid Razr Maxx. I have a range
of other lower power devices I'll try to get
it tested on too.
Small bug, the description of the Newton
ID preference is the same as the screen
refresh preference. I'll keep playing.
Matthias Melcher <mm at matthiasm.com> wrote:
>isn't vacation time a wonderful time? I really got a hang of Java and
>Android over the last days. What a wonderful system! Anyway, here we
> * change screen resolution (requires Newton reboot)
> * enable/disable status bar
>* change screen refresh rate (now very fluid at 30fps on fast machines)
>* change NewtonID (if you already have licensed software, you can move
>your ID with your device)
>* install from file (start file browser and tap on any package (*.pkg))
>* install form web (start web browser, got to inna.org or similar, tap
>on any package)
> * fixed background light
>As usual, your comments and suggestions are welcome, good and bad ;-)
>* rebooting the emulated Newton does not work reliably, the pen/touch
>interface does not reconnect. Going to the home screen and tapping
>Einstein again is a temp fix
>* Einstein sometimes hangs after the first welcome sequence. After a
>reboot, it usually never hangs again
>* Options missing for the various resets and reboots, clear Flash, etc.
>* Network support may actually work, but must be tested (will allow
> * keep network card connected - option
> * install ROM and REX the same way we install packages
> * sound support
> * interface to Android API
> * screen rotation?
> * keyboard support
> * if network support is not enough, a serial port?
> * more icons in the Android UI
> * alerts and alarms while in the background
> - Matthias
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>WikiWikiNewt - http://tools.unna.org/wikiwikinewt/
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