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15 Jul 2018
Does anyone know what chipset it is, or other details on an API for accessing the radio tuner?

30 Jun 2018
This looks pretty cute.

RFO BASIC runs with an editor right on the device, and has a lot of hooks into the Android runtime stuff for things like networking, sound, and graphics. It's a semi-structured version of the language, it looks like.

My BASIC days are largely over, although I may dig out my 101 BASIC Computer Games book (or however many there were) out of the attic and port some over.

What other programming languages (besides what you find in termux!) have people come across that they like?
23 Jun 2018
Came across Memento Database (https://mementodatabase.com) today, and it works great for creating custom databases on the Gemini! Can sync back to Google Sheets, which is nice. Took me more time to figure out what fields I wanted in my database than it did to put it together.

(No affiliation with the outfit that publishes it.)

Apparently they make a Windows version, too, if you need to get stuff back to a PC.

14 Jun 2018
Anybody figure out how to key F1-F12 on the hard keyboard?

Dos Turbo on the app store works quite well, but the couple of DOS apps I want to use (like EMU71) use function keys for things.

Thanks!
1 Jun 2018
Does anyone know if full-device encryption was supposed to be supported? I was trying to set up my work domain account, which requires the Device Manager with its security policy, and my employer requires whole-device encryption with a startup password to set up a work account. Usually Device Manager sends an intent to Settings, which opens up the right preferences panel and you can set the bootup password, but on my Gemini it just starts Settings to the main settings page, and in rummaging around I can't find it.

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