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11 May 2020
I have resisted updating my Android firmware and am still on V19.

Up until a few days ago, I always got a day's battery life - even with CODI enabled.

Now if I leave it unplugged sitting there doing nothing (WiFi on as normal), I can pick up my phone and it isn't responding. Turns out the battery has drained and it has turned itself off. I estimate it is losing 25% charge in a little over 2 hours.

I haven't changed anything with the setup on the phone - nor have I installed any new apps.

Any ideas or is this just another Planet quality & reliability issue?
17 Jan 2019
Just backed this on Kickstarter. Great external screen for Gemini PDA that is also called Gemini (no relation):

19 Dec 2018
Just noticed my Gemini has developed a small hairline crack on the top edge of the display/lid plastic housing. Will try and post a photo.

No idea how this could occur, as I am very careful with my Gemini (always stored in a case and never dropped).

Has anybody else's Gemini suffered a similar fault?
13 Nov 2018
Just spotted this on Indiegogo:


Would add phone functionality to a WiFi only Gemini. Could also allow a single SIM card to be shared amongst different devices, e.g. Gemini, other Android phones or tablets.

It isn't easy to swap the SIM card from the Gemini when you want to use a smaller phone for a day, so this would be an easy way to swap between using different devices, but have them all attached to the same phone number. I know that is what eSIM is for, but not many devices come with an eSIM and the only devices currently supported here in Australia are Apple watches.
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