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ScottD
I'm expecting my Freerunner soon and am wondering if the sim card issue has been fixed?

Can I expect any AT&T sim card to work like it would in any other commercial phone?

Scott
stupkid
According to this thread on the mailling list it has been fixed with a firmware update:

http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/commun...une/019881.html

xamindar
How do you get the freerunner in the states?
mars
QUOTE(xamindar @ Jul 10 2008, 05:33 PM) *
How do you get the freerunner in the states?


You go to the openmoko store (US page): http://us.direct.openmoko.com/

and order the 850 Mhz tri-band version.

stupkid
In the interest of keeping people informed before they get a phone and get upset if there are problems. It looks like there are some issues with some SIM cards:

http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/commun...uly/021544.html

They haven't tracked it down yet, but it looks like it is not carrier specific.
undrwater
I've gone in on a group purchase for the Los Angeles area...picking it up tonight.

[edit]
My Cingular (ATT) SIM card is working in the Freerunner. Note that I have had the same SIM since Cingular. Several of the folks with ATT 3g SIM cards could not get a registered signal.
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