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- The newly formatted ext3 volume should be mounted.

- Run 'mount' again to find the mount point for your mmc card.

One must gather that this is the sort of stuff one must come to expect when depending upon open source freeware support? Ove Nordstrom wrote: I have N810 with latest version OS2008. Under Check for updates in the Application manager an update for map shows up with version number It also look like the newest version is 2.3.1 _______________________________________________ maemo-users mailing list [email protected]://lists.maemo.org/mailman/listinfo/maemo-users"]https://lists.maemo.org/mailman/listinfo/maemo-users -- Andrea Grandi email: a.grandi [AT] gmail [DOT] com website: Key: maemo-users mailing list [email protected]://lists.maemo.org/mailman/listinfo/maemo-users What worked for me was to unistall the application called 'map' then install it again from the update. -- Hugo _______________________________________________ maemo-users mailing list [email protected]://lists.maemo.org/mailman/listinfo/maemo-users OK... =-O Or, perhaps where's the simple to provide information in App Manager message window (or anywhere else for that matter) of what "red pill mode" is and how to get it? IMHO, all of these code names and 'secret' modes (like Red Pill mode) remind me of some nerdo secret decoder ring that comes inside a box of a cereal that you can't find anywhere.

I want to update to it, but get this error Unable to install Software contains updates to packages installed from a different source and is likely to harm the system. Plus if you could find it, you wouldn't want to eat it anyway. FYI, this sort of junk makes very little sense to end-users who have better things to do with their lives than hunting down some secret decoder ring to get their nice end user device to operate properly.

I've tried both the Windows software update tool from Nokia (Nokia_Internet_Tablet_Software_Update_Wizard.exe) without any luck. You can get the OS images at - look at the bottom of the right-hand column under "OS & SDK".

In any case, I can't even access them on tablets-dev.nokia as it says my ID (MAC address) is invalid.

The map and weather apps seem to work fine, so I've got to the point of just checking to see if it's been cleared up once a week or so.

On a similar note -- my app manager seems to continually hang at downloading updated catalogs at about 1 meg. Where's the link in your email about where to get the red pill mode? Why isn't the "red pill mode" part of the end user main stream release and part of App Manager?

You should see something like this: /dev/sdb1 on /media/disk type ext3 (rw,nosuid,nodev) - Uncompress android-n810by running 'tar -xzvf android-n810- Copy the contents of android-n810-userpace/copy-to-MMC/ to /media/disk use: 'sudo cp -a android-n810-userpace/copy-to-MMC/* /media/disk' Note: it's important to use sudo here because some files in the N810 userspace need to be owned by the root user - Sync the filesystem buffers by running the 'sync' command - Power down the N810 Step 3: Flash the kernel - Make sure your N810 battery has a full charge - Do not plug the power supply into your N810 - Plug the USB cable into your Linux PC and the N810 - Boot up the N810 in flash mode by pressing the 'swap' and 'power' You should see the Nokia logo with the USB mark in the upper-right corner Note: the swap key is the upper key of the two keys to the left of the display - Uncompress android-n810with 'tar -xzvf android-n810-kernel.tgz' - Run the N810 flash software 'flasher -f -k android-n810-kernel/z Image -R' - The flash should take 2-3 seconds and then reboot the device If it worked, you should see the Nth Code logo on the display, followed by the Android robot, followed by the main display.

How to restore your N810 to the original state: - This will require you to flash a standard N810 kernel image into the device - Steps can be found at Good luck!

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