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Originally Posted by itdoesntmatt View Post
how have you been able to run sfos and android in dual boot on one x?
It is possible, yes, if you use an Android version compatible with old bootloader.
BTW, if you need to downgrade new bootloader to old (needed by SailfishOS), a guide is here

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...3&postcount=45
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Interesting, then Markkyboy's patch to keep the LPM screen on forever, as on the N9, would probably be very useful.
Btw despite the Oled screen that will still destroy your battery life as it will stop the phone from sleeping.
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Originally Posted by r0kk3rz View Post
Btw despite the Oled screen that will still destroy your battery life as it will stop the phone from sleeping.
only when you have it outside your pocket not facing down.
 

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Originally Posted by itdoesntmatt View Post
how have you been able to run sfos and android in dual boot on one x?
there is like an experimental version of multirom with no kexec workaround, default main colors are yellow and black
 

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Originally Posted by r0kk3rz View Post
Btw despite the Oled screen that will still destroy your battery life as it will stop the phone from sleeping.
I do not agree.
Even after 7 years of active use, the battery is still okay on my N9...
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Originally Posted by catbus View Post
I do not agree.
Even after 7 years of active use, the battery is still okay on my N9...
I'm not talking about the N9, that has a proper low power mode so it can keep the screen on and let the CPU sleep.

I'm talking about sailfish, which doesn't have a proper low power mode.
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Originally Posted by r0kk3rz View Post
I'm not talking about the N9, that has a proper low power mode so it can keep the screen on and let the CPU sleep.

I'm talking about sailfish, which doesn't have a proper low power mode.
Jolla should do it? Or do you disagree? Are new emojis more important?

Why did I bring up this old product? Because it is still better than the current J+...

Sailfish is usable but need fresh powerful device...
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Jolla should do it? Or do you disagree? Are new emojis more important?

Why did I bring up this old product? Because it is still better than the current J+...

Sailfish is usable but need fresh powerful device...
How do you know if someone is an N9 owner?

Don't worry they'll tell you
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Originally Posted by r0kk3rz View Post
Btw despite the Oled screen that will still destroy your battery life as it will stop the phone from sleeping.
Thanks for the heads-up, I hadn't thought of that!
 

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Originally Posted by nthn View Post
Thanks for the heads-up, I hadn't thought of that!
Yeah. Every Samsung phone with Oled will die "soon"... That's why they are selling so much...
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