Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Cr48 Latest Fun Stuff

After some disappointments attempting to connect the Cr48 to an ad-hoc WiFi network (android-wifi-tether) I came across some useful info.  Entering about:flags into the browser window lets you enable some features that weren't on by default, including media player, AFS, Side Tabs, and more.

The AFS (Advanced File Browser) is an improvement over the default in several ways, including automatically unmounting USB drives, and a working, refreshing, "back" button.

2 comments:

  1. load CyanogenMod 6 - the built in android wifi teathering works great - looks like a WAP to the CR-48, not like an ad-hoc network.

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  2. Thanks, Dale. I have a Hero CDMA and as far as I can tell they don't have the hardware support to do infrastructure, although I would love to hear differently. I am currently running CyanogenMod 6.2 from the nightly builds.

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