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#51
What do you mean? Physical pins? They are located on the back side of the phone, and documented in this forum under few threads, e.g. here http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...ht=i2c&page=18

I have made tool for debugging the i2c bus, i'm just going to 'publish' it here.
 

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Originally Posted by kimmoli View Post
I just got a phone call (which is irrelevant) - but i got idea...
it would be nice to catch the call from e.g. DBus and show callers id on the toholed too...

So if any DBus experts out there, could use some info, (e.g. Python script is ok) I'll code it with C++ to my daemon anyway.
Not sure if this is still relevant for Jolla:
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=51453
 

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#53
These are the DBus things with "call" in the name:

Code:
"org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.voicecall"
"com.nokia.telephony.callhistory"
"org.nemomobile.voicecall"
"com.jolla.voicecall.ui"
Lets see which of the maps best to com.nokia.csd.Call
 
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Originally Posted by kimmoli View Post
Yep. The OLED glass is about 1.6 mm thick, and PCB is 0.8 mm
I have to check what components i need on the board. atm i expect about 2mm increase in thickness.
i don't know about price and availability but could flexible oled displays be a thinner (and more robust) alternative?
 
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Originally Posted by egnat69 View Post
i don't know about price and availability but could flexible oled displays be a thinner (and more robust) alternative?
Don't know either.

atm the pcb thickness is reduced down to 150Ám and there is opening for the display glass.
Current cover thickness is ~1.2mm so, with minimal thickness bezel say 0.4mm, the total thickness will increase 0.6mm.
 
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Originally Posted by kimmoli View Post
Lets see which of the maps best to com.nokia.csd.Call
None, it uses ofono.
BTW follow this if you want to "capture" notifications.
 

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#57
You're doing great. How did you manage to make it that thin? The pcb i mean.
 
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... that thin? The pcb ...
I will be flex (FPC)
 

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#59
Finally had time to do some cad work for current prototype...
printing this night.

Thanks to skvark for 3D model 'template' (this is edited from the solartoh)
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#60
This is really inspirational work

Richard
 
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