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tomislav 2015-02-28 10:53

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
ALL links are dead or not related, can please someone update this

peterleinchen 2015-05-15 17:08

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Coderus gave you the answer about dev mode in the other 'dev mode alternatives' thread.
Regarding nitdroid please consider using ubiboot.

hrbani 2015-05-18 15:10

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Hi to all :)


Did anybody tested this?
Upgrade/Update Nokia N9 To Android 5.0 Lollipop
Does it work fine? Cellular conversation?
I can't download any of files, does anybody has another link?
links:
http://downloadsafe.org/file/05gG94
http://downloadsafe.org/file/05ghE
http://downloadsafe.org/file/05gl63

Does it work with Ubiboot or it is flashed completely instead of MeeGo?


Thanks a lot

juiceme 2015-05-18 15:35

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hrbani (Post 1470719)
Hi to all :)


Did anybody tested this?
Upgrade/Update Nokia N9 To Android 5.0 Lollipop
Does it work fine? Cellular conversation?
I can't download any of files, does anybody has another link?
links:
http://downloadsafe.org/file/05gG94
http://downloadsafe.org/file/05ghE
http://downloadsafe.org/file/05gl63

Does it work with Ubiboot or it is flashed completely instead of MeeGo?

Thanks a lot

Looks to me like a scam to fish peoples email addresses and contact details.
The "download links" lead to a site that will not let you proceed without giving out your personal info and forcing you to partake in a "lottery" that offers devices for "prizes".

All very suspiscious.

nieldk 2015-05-18 16:16

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by juiceme (Post 1470723)
Looks to me like a scam to fish peoples email addresses and contact details.
The "download links" lead to a site that will not let you proceed without giving out your personal info and forcing you to partake in a "lottery" that offers devices for "prizes".

All very suspiscious.

Those with certain iDevices, hungry for non-existent jailbreaks, will recognize these scams imnediately.

Stay way way way away.

Mir57 2015-05-20 20:47

The latest Android I saw on N9 was Cyanogrnmod 4.2 on xda.

mp107 2015-05-31 19:44

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
I would like to mount /home/user/MyDocs/.android/ folder as a sdcard on Nitdroid.
Is this possible?
That way I would not see much unwanted Android's stuff on MeeGo, for example in Gallery app.

hrbani 2015-06-01 14:05

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mir57 (Post 1471043)
The latest Android I saw on N9 was Cyanogrnmod 4.2 on xda.

I searched XDA but I could not find 4.2 Image. The last image that I know is 4.1.1 in past nitdroid forum.
Is 4.2 image that was as zip and its permissions were lost and was not useable? It was mentioned on nitdroid forum and no one published the corrected image.

Thanks a lot

n950 2015-11-18 14:24

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Hi,

How to disable the led in top right corner (this light is always ON) when Nitdroid run on N950?
Anybody can explain me how to do please?

thanks in advance.

juiceme 2015-11-18 15:04

Re: [How to] Android 4.1.1_r2 (JellyBean) for Nokia N9. Alpha Release #5 "Gyla"
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by n950 (Post 1488451)
Hi,

How to disable the led in top right corner (this light is always ON) when Nitdroid run on N950?
Anybody can explain me how to do please?

thanks in advance.

On N9 you can control the led usage like this;

leds=$(find /sys/devices/virtual/gpio -name name | xargs grep sleep_ind | cut -d ":" -f 1| sed -e "s/name/value/")
echo "0" > $leds


I have never seen a N950 irl though, so I cannot vouch if there's anything similar for it... :D


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