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The Huawei E352s-5 is being marketed as web'n'walk Stick Fusion III by German Telekom. This blog post describes how to use it on Linux systems with the distributions Ubuntu and OpenWrt.
The Features First
- Supported Modem Standards: HSPA+, HSUPA, HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, GPRS
- Highest speeds with HSPA+: up to 21 MBit/s download and...
The specifications can be found here.
The battery that comes with the i9001 is the EB575152LU. It is stronger than the EB575152VU that came with the i9000 (you can use these too):
Installed Firmware ROM
When you enter
*#1234# in the phone mode, it reveals information about the phone and...
*#1234# reveals the installed version: PDA: I9000ZSJF7, PHONE: I9000ZSJF7, CSC: I9000ZSJF7
resources as of 11/2011:
- Check the XDA-developer FAQ for the SGS for firmware information.
German (links on android-hilfe.de):
resources as of 01/2011:
__update:__ now there is a .deb package! go to downloads and get the .deb
cd ~/Downloads wget http://series60-remote.sourceforge.net/counter/getfile.php?id=12 sudo dpkg -i series60-remote*deb
sudo aptitude install python python-obexftp python-matplotlib python-bluez python-qt4 python-qt4-sql sqlite3 libqt4-sql-sqlite cd ~/Downloads wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/series60-remote/series60-remote/0.3.90/series60-remote-0.3.90.tar.gz?use_mirror=ovh tar -xf series60-remote-0.3.90.tar.gz cd series60-remote-0.3.90/
You can test the installation before you install it:<div...