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Hello, just wondering, how usable is NITDroid (performance wise)? Is it smooth like native Android phones? Or is it slow and laggy? Laggier than Maemo? Faster than Maemo?
 
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it's usable but the phone isn't functioning so you can't make calls
but it's fast and very good
 
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Originally Posted by shanrizvi View Post
Hello, just wondering, how usable is NITDroid (performance wise)? Is it smooth like native Android phones? Or is it slow and laggy? Laggier than Maemo? Faster than Maemo?
That really depends on the SD card you use. Class 4 cards seem to lag some but with my Class 6 card NITDROID runs faster then my Backflip does.
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Code:
cd /
mkdir /and
mount -t ext3 -o noatime,rw /dev/mmcblk1p2 /and
cd /home/user/MyDocs
bzip2 -d NITDroid-N900-0.0.5-4-Final.tbz2
cd /and
tar xvf /home/user/MyDocs/NITDroid-N900-0.0.5-4-Final.tar
dpkg -i /home/user/MyDocs/nitdroid-kernel-2.6.28-05_final1_armel.deb
im on the step of installing nitdroid kernel, but i get this error

Code:
dpkg: unable to open/create status database lockfile: No space left on device
i dont know what i did wrong, i partitioned to 8gb (6100/1900)

please advice, thanks

EDIT: i have 0MB of root!!!! i just got 70MB before i start!!!!
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N900: 1000/1150mhz; sampling_rate 15; up_threshold 150000;

Last edited by gabby131; 2010-08-13 at 15:03.
 
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Originally Posted by shanrizvi View Post
Hello, just wondering, how usable is NITDroid (performance wise)? Is it smooth like native Android phones? Or is it slow and laggy? Laggier than Maemo? Faster than Maemo?
Also when you install it give it some time to perform internal optimalization. After few hours of idle time my Android was actually working very smooth (no OC)
 
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#846
Originally Posted by gabby131 View Post
Code:
cd /
mkdir /and
mount -t ext3 -o noatime,rw /dev/mmcblk1p2 /and
cd /home/user/MyDocs
bzip2 -d NITDroid-N900-0.0.5-4-Final.tbz2
cd /and
tar xvf /home/user/MyDocs/NITDroid-N900-0.0.5-4-Final.tar
dpkg -i /home/user/MyDocs/nitdroid-kernel-2.6.28-05_final1_armel.deb
im on the step of installing nitdroid kernel, but i get this error

Code:
dpkg: unable to open/create status database lockfile: No space left on device
i dont know what i did wrong, i partitioned to 8gb (6100/1900)

please advice, thanks
Space left on your rootfs and eMMC 32GB ?
 

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#847
you should reflash your mobile as there is no space left in rootfs
i got this message when i installed meego and when i reflashed it works good
 

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@gft2k1:

i got lots!!!! but when i delete the /and folder (where nitdroid is installed) my root is back to normal.

@mido.fayad:

what???? so flash first? oh men!!!! i need to stop for a while then

thanks guys, i need apps installed on my n900 and increasing rootfs is uninstalling some of 'em, maybe i'll get another n900 and do the multi boot there
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Last edited by gabby131; 2010-08-13 at 15:29.
 
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how to mount ofono-n900
 
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Originally Posted by ynxynx View Post
how to mount ofono-n900
You can look at this link :

http://wiki.maemo.org/User:Jebba/Ofono
 
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