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no bumps on the cosmo.

Cosmo Communicator - General Discussion / Re: Hard keyboard launcher
« on: October 29, 2020, 04:57:31 am »
thank you for your app!

One question: is it open source? Could you post it in ?

Cosmo Communicator - General Discussion / Re: Camera
« on: September 02, 2020, 09:00:17 am »
wow! Thanks, thanks and thanks!

How did you found that gcamports? I tried about 20 Ports and every one of them crashed. I tried the port from mediatek phones and some other...

Gemini PDA - Android / Re: Best email app?
« on: August 17, 2020, 05:47:34 pm »
Are you sure? I can switch with the ap bar. My Mail is saved in the draft folder.

Gemini PDA - Android / Re: Best email app?
« on: August 17, 2020, 08:52:37 am »

I have not installed this firmware. But the old one. After some modifications , dialer and messaging are working. But  not internet data with sim card. Tried everything and nothing.  I have a lot of applications and configurations on my installed linux and I´d like to know if someone that have already this version installed can confirm to me if the internet data with sim card is really working.  I have already mentioned this before : .Thank you.

Maybe this helps?

Solved. The installer download kept dropping the connection. Once everything was fully downloaded, I was able to install KDE. Now I need the root password to install more apps. Anybody know what it is?

See here

Cosmo Communicator - General Discussion / Camera
« on: December 16, 2019, 05:20:05 pm »
Quote from: shuntcap
Quote from: drpeter
Also, are you sure it's this exact sensor?

Open Camera reports the max resolution as 5632 x 4224, which is slightly different to the 5664 x 4256 of this sensor (but the same as the main rear camera used in in the Galaxy A9, for example)
I asked Planet what sensor is used.  They didn't know the part number, but said it's a 24MP Samsung sensor (and confirmed that their original response of a 20MP sensor was a typo).  There are only two Samsung mobile image sensors in 24MP, the S5K2X7 and the S5K2XA, both of which claim a resolution of 5664x4256.  In the world of real cameras, two specs are often given: sensor resolution and effective resolution.  There's usually a small crop of the sensor's full resolution due to the optics or packaging in front of it.  If you could view the RAW image, you'd likely see the shadow of the lens barrel or at least some barrel distortion that is cropped out or otherwise removed during JPEG processing, thus reducing the final image resolution.

I found some references for S5K2X7 in the kernel files:
Not sure if that helps...

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