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  • About ryu1
    Service provider
    Romania - Cosmote
    City
    resita
    Home country
    Romania
    Occupation
    Innovation Engineer at TMD Friction
  • Devices
    HTC X9500

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  • Last Activity: 12th November 2016 06:21 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
  • Join Date: 29th January 2009
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I always enjoyed typing on a hardware keyboard. Unfortunately phones with physical keyboards are no longer produced (except blackberry). The phone i used until now was nokia n900, but its battery died, so i decided to move on. I wanted a device l...
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Windows 10 Windows Technical Preview is available for more than a week. Since i have an extra old 40gb hdd for the shift, i decided to give it a try, and i can say that it works perfectly well. Everything works including touchscreen, wifi, bluetoo...
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No, i re-uploaded the drivers becase i received a lot of pm messages from people asking for the drivers. I tried some tricks to get the wifi to work, but no success. I will investigate this further. For now, the best way is to use a usb wifi dongl
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The usb host is for connecting any usb device. I make a small host adapter which i keep in a free space in the keyboard case: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Lm4czv7NeiM/VYaw6UplAbI/AAAAAAAAAWo/E4i8qe3NFpA/s1600/01102009050.jpg http://1.bp.blogspot.co...
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Remember the good old days of qwerty keyboard phones? If yes then i'm sure you also remember the shortcut buttons that they had. Devices such as HP jornada 720, or nokia e90, they all had hardware buttons that allows you to jump directly from one ...