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#571
I got it! I simply sideloaded the SFdroid Alpha via adb and it works! Now trying whatsapp, this would be so awesome....
 

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#572
How does 4g work on your Nexus 5?
My connects to 4g network but SFOS browser does not open pages immediately. It takes ~20 sec to open first page. Then it works good, but if i open other page it takes the same 20 sec then works good while i am on that page. Every new page takes too much time. I noticed that when i switch 4g on i can't ping anything. Network does not work for some time at network connection startup.
 

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Originally Posted by matemana View Post
How does 4g work on your Nexus 5?
My connects to 4g network but SFOS browser does not open pages immediately. It takes ~20 sec to open first page. Then it works good, but if i open other page it takes the same 20 sec then works good while i am on that page. Every new page takes too much time. I noticed that when i switch 4g on i can't ping anything. Network does not work for some time at network connection startup.
4G is working very well in my country. I never had a problem with LTE on my Nexus 5 in combination with SailfishOS.

Right now I run the CM12.1 base with SailfishOS 2.0.5.6 (Haapajoki).

I have the 'international variant' (LG-D821) of the Nexus 5, and my telecom provider is supporting LTE cat.3 for bands 20/3/7 and LTE cat.4 for bands 3/7.

The bands 20/3/7 seem to be kind of 'standard' in western Europe. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...orks_in_Europe
 

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#574
Yeah, same behaviour here on 4G. Very slow and unresponsive.
 

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#575
No problems here, did you use the 2.04 image?
 

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Originally Posted by mautz View Post
No problems here, did you use the 2.04 image?
Yes 2.0.4.13
 

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#577
If you are using multirom could you install 2.01.11 image of the first post and check if there is any difference?
 

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#578
What happened to this thread? It is so silent the last fortnight.
 

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#579
maybe we are all very happy with ours Nexus 5 and Sailfish Anyway, I hope Mautz will release the new version soon, I'd like to test it
 

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#580
I find myself in complete agreement with @claustn, I am extremely happy with that phone (Mautz-Kernel plus BT fix). It's truly the best thing that has ever happened to me since the N900 (which I still use as a secondary phone).

The only slight glitch I have been noticing recently is Bluetooth not coming up on startup once in a while. Even restarting the BT service from the command line wouldn't work. So, I'd need to reboot (nothing I'd worry about, though).

Also, BT handsfree still isn't working (distorted audio - see way above).

@mautz, all my hopes rest on you.
 

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