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#301
@mautz two things I noticed just on the N5 and not jollaC
1) The mail client loads external images although configured otherwise
2) Configuring stuff via about:config on the stock browser does not seem to have any effect. I ttried this with the cookie policies and the tracking protection.

Is that also effecting others?
How could it be possible that this behavior is different compared to jollaC?
 

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#302
1) E-mail client on my phone does not download pictures automatically, have you selected download pictures automatically in Mail settings?

I couldn't test the browser, screen got unresponsive again, sorry.
 

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#303
@mautz is it already possible to update to 2.1.4.?

Btw. is there a way to check for release upgrades via ssu command line tool?

Last edited by bomo; 2018-03-21 at 20:03.
 

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#304
It is possible since 2.1.4.13 was released, like i wrote a few posts ago. I don't think it is possible, but normally every new release gets its own topic here and Jolla posts the Release Notes and Changelog on TJC.
 

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#305
Hi all. I am new here. I just want to ask you do you recommend installing sailfish on Nexus 5 . Is it usable as a daily driver?
 

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#306
I am using it since almost 2 years now, so I can affirm it is!
However, I am using an old version because it can run Android apps and video recording works. The newer version has more features from Sailfish like VPN and other improvements, but it lacks those two things I need.
 

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#307
Originally Posted by claustn View Post
I am using it since almost 2 years now, so I can affirm it is!
However, I am using an old version because it can run Android apps and video recording works. The newer version has more features from Sailfish like VPN and other improvements, but it lacks those two things I need.
I cant find links for the old version. Can you pls send me the link to that topic?
 

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#308
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...t=nexus+5+cm12

I haven't checked if the wiki in the first post is updated
 

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#309
Originally Posted by Lakija View Post
Hi all. I am new here. I just want to ask you do you recommend installing sailfish on Nexus 5 . Is it usable as a daily driver?
First, welcome to talk.maemo.org.

I also use the Nexus 5 for a long time as daily driver. Same as @claustn, I am still on the CM12 base, mainly because af Video recording, but also because I am just lazy, and my CM12 configuration is running so smooth.

There are some things to mention. The last running version of SailfishOS on the CM12 base is 2.0.5.6 Haapajoki (@claustn: correct me if I am wrong ;-) ) You will also have to add a systemd service to enable bluetooth low-power-mode (see next post).

I am on my way to switch to the CM13 base, because a lot of apps I use have been upgraded and are no longer compatible with SFOS 2.0.5.6. So I have to use the old versions. Also I cannot remember having recorded a video with my cam... :-)

I hope you enjoy your Nexus 5 running SailfishOS.
 

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#310
I should have posted that for a long time now, but I wanted to install the CM13 port first...

I have completely rewritten the bluetooth low-power-mode script. It is now based on a single permanent dbus listener. The implementation is much cleaner. Also I was able to fix the problems some of you had, when trying to connect some devices.

I use that next generation script for a long time now with no problems with my car audio system, bt-headphones and a HiFi bt-adapter.

Feel free to report problems...

Source: https://github.com/minimec/bt-sleep-monitor

#How it works... : A dbus-monitor process is listening for different dbus events in parallel:
# - Bluetooth power on/off
# - Bluetooth connections
# - Display events
# When an event is triggered the program will decide whether to enable/disable
# or temporarily disable bluetooth suspend (low power mode).
# If bluetooth is powered and in low power mode, a display event will disable suspend mode for 60 seconds ($BTACTIVE).
# In case there is no bluetooth connection after that time, suspend mode is enabled again.


This is a copy/paste instruction to replace the implemented script in the CM13 port.

Code:
# login root console
devel-su

# stop/disable old services
systemctl stop bt-sleep-monitor.service
systemctl mask bt-sleep-monitor.service
systemctl mask bt-sleep-monitor.timer

# Download new files and put them in place
curl -o /usr/bin/bt-sleep-monitor https://raw.githubusercontent.com/minimec/bt-sleep-monitor/master/bt-sleep-monitor

curl -o /lib/systemd/system/bt-sleep-monitor-ng.service https://raw.githubusercontent.com/minimec/bt-sleep-monitor/master/bt-sleep-monitor.service

# Make script executable
chmod +x /usr/bin/bt-sleep-monitor

# Remove executalbe rights from the old script
chmod -x /usr/bin/bt-sleep-monitor.sh

# reload systemd units
systemctl daemon-reload

# Start service
systemctl enable bt-sleep-monitor-ng.service
systemctl start bt-sleep-monitor-ng.service

# Exit root console
exit

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