> In reply to Omary @ 2014-08-27 09:45 from NwFH - click to readcheck the article on jollatides.com.... it has detailed steps on how to install playstore in jolla... you need to enable developer mode to do that though. its fun!
- 2014-08-27 10:40
- 2014-08-27 10:39
> In reply to Omary @ 2014-08-27 09:45 from NwFH - click to readSource: http://www.jollatides.com/2014...ay-on-jolla/
Make sure you have a Jolla account and the Jolla device can access the Jolla Store.
Go to |- Settings | System Settings | Developer Mode -|.
Because your Jolla device can access the Jolla Store, a Terminal app is installed now.
Activate „Developer mode“.
Activate „Remote connection” (either enter and [Save] a password or [Generate] it; if you generate it, you have to edit it slightly before the [Save] button becomes available).
Using the Jolla device, open the browser and download http://goo.im/gapps/gapps-jb-2...-signed.zip.
The file is downloaded to directory /home/nemo/Downloads.
Open the Terminal app installed during step 2.
The SailfishOS command prompt will appear. You are logged in as user, the prompt is a “$”.
Go to the download directory: Enter cd ~/Downloads [Enter]
In case of an English Terminal keyboard layout, the “~” key is the shifted “=” key.
Unzip the file: Enter unzip gapps-jb-20121011-signed.zip [Return].
Get root access: Enter devel-su [Enter].
When requested: Enter your password (as specified during step 4) and [Enter].
The prompt changes from “$” to “#”. Now, you have root access to the Jolla device! Be careful!
Go to the destination directory: Enter cd /opt/alien/system/app [Enter].
Copy the following files one by one (you do not need all the other ones unzipped before):
cp /home/nemo/Downloads/system/app/Phonesky.apk .
(Do not forget the dot at the end of the line.)
cp /home/nemo/Downloads/system/app/GoogleLoginService.apk .
cp /home/nemo/Downloads/system/app/GoogleServicesFramework.apk .
By now, your Terminal window will look like:
bash-3.2$ cd ~/Downloads
bash-3.2$ unzip gapps-jb-20121011-signed.zip
inflating: (… many, many lines …)
bash-3.2# cd /opt/alien/system/app
bash-3.2# cp /home/nemo/Downloads/system/app/Phonesky.apk .
bash-3.2# cp /home/nemo/Downloads/system/app/GoogleLoginService.apk .
bash-3.2# cp /home/nemo/Downloads/system/app/GoogleServicesFramework.apk .
Reboot the Jolla handset (switch off and on using the power button).Alternatively:
Restart Alien Dalvik service: Enter systemctl restart aliendalvik.service [Return].
End root access: Enter exit [Return].
End Terminal: Enter exit [Return].
Open app “File Browser”.
Goto directory /opt/alien/system/app.
The File Browser opens in the /home/nemo/ directory. To get to the root directory you have to tap the 2 upper left dots, then you can go down to the app directory.
Tap file Phonesky.apk.
A new page opens with details of this file.
From the pulley menu select “Install”.
The Google Play store is being installed, a corresponding icon placed on the launcher screen.
Using File Browser you may clean up the Downloads directory from all the files unzipped there and not required any longer.
Start the Play app and log in to the Play store. Refuse all options you do not want (e.g. backup to the Google cloud).
You are done.
- 2014-08-27 10:38
> In reply to Ganpat @ 2014-08-25 07:37 from vLyx - click to readThanks for the reply,if it supports 4G that is good then.would you mind help me know in advance how to hack and install google playstore. i am sure yandex doesnt have much android apps yet.
- 2014-08-27 09:45
> In reply to Omary @ 2014-08-22 16:41 from Nxu5 - click to readYes Jolla supports 4G perfectly...
- 2014-08-25 07:37
> In reply to Omary @ 2014-08-22 16:01 from Nxu5 - click to readTill now, whoever has seen my Jolla phone and the Sailfish OS UI, everyone was like "wowww that is really good".... this is really unique...that's what i want in a phone and not something which every tom, dick and harry has.... If ferrari can be bought by everyone, then it loses it exclusiveness...
- 2014-08-25 07:35
> In reply to Ganpat @ 2014-08-22 08:01 from vLyx - click to readThanks for the info about current Jolla's price,actually i didnt expect the price for the device to drop that fast,this sounds good news to me. Absence of earphone is not a big issue to me, i will find one.What about 4G,does the phone really support it perfectly?? or that is only on paper.
- 2014-08-22 16:41
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2014-08-21 19:24 from 3LVQ - click to readdefinitely when people from Jolla do it better next time in terms of specifications,gonna put the device to the safe place in the market, But Still brand names popularity matter. To beat developed and well known companies like Samsung,Sonny,Nokia and Apple needs much money,time and effort on advertizement,e.t.c.....the idea of "IF YOU DONT POSSESS THE Samsung,Sonny,HTC devices,you look cheap" in most people's mind Makes Me Sick when i think of Jolla.
- 2014-08-22 16:01
> In reply to Omary @ 2014-08-21 17:05 from g5pq - click to readJolla's price already dropped to 349 Euro incase you didn't know. Btw the ear phones that come with the any mobile phone normally is not of superior quality. So Jolla did a good thing. Go for a high spec sennheiser ear phone. Jolla will definitely succeed and since they provided android support, you have lacs of apps available on your hand. What more do you want? Jolla 2.0 is gonna rock the world I'm sure!!!
- 2014-08-22 08:01
> In reply to Omary @ 2014-08-21 17:05 from g5pq - click to readreally like this phone,If next model has a full hd screen and moore powerful processor and ram they can really succed I think,today all is about the specs of mobile phones
- 2014-08-21 19:24
i will wait for the price to drop to 350 Euro so as i can purchase,as for me its very over priced but there is none i can do since i want to be unique and unlike,owning it its like making a history for myself as i made it for N9 if U know what i mean(first and last ever phone to run on MeeGo OS as well as the first ever phone made to run on Sailfish OS). I'm a bit sad the Phone is heavy and doesnt come with headphone but seeing Gorilla Glass there,removable Battery,the concept of other half and Android support made me happy on the other hand.
MY CURIOSITY IS;
Can Jolla Company succeed in this project?? am afraid what happened to N9 might occur to Jolla phone because if this first Jolla phone doest make it in the market,that will be the end of Jolla. The second Model of Jolla phone DEPENDS much on this First model's sells. Jolla is a small Company that doesnt have big capital yet to comeback from loss and remember in business profits count.From what i see the PRICE of this phone Gonna make Jolla Fall as the same way as i see iPhones.Designing and Developing an OS like Sailfish is not a joke but they should reconsider the price for the phone,To be Honest am a bit Worried abt Jolla considering how current smartphones market is right now.
- 2014-08-21 17:05
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2014-08-14 21:43 from t1$D - click to readSome UI navigation gestures... yes the sailfish OS is designed in such a way, that you don't need to move your finger around the screen for getting things done... you can get things
done just by having your finger in the middle portion of the screen and with swiping action in all directions...
on each thumbnail or cover in the home screen, there are two icons at the bottom.... to access the left icon, you need to slow press on the tile and swipe from left to right within the tile to invoke the left icon action...similarly if you swipe from right to left within the tile triggers right icon
action...in this way, u dont have to open the running app to do the task...
every app tile has left to right and right to
left action with in the tile... again, when you move out of the tile and do
the gesture, it will have different functionality pertaining to the OS....
even calling, smsing a contact, or sending email can all be done using
gestures, even in browsing you can launch new tabs from
home screen without opening the app.....
similarly when you swipe left to right or right to left when the app is
open, it brings you to the home screen... also when you go inside an app
menus or go several levels under settings etc.... you can go back to the
previous screens, just like swiping from right to left just like flicking
pages in a book or left to right to go back into sub levels again...
you can also close a running app by swiping from top to bottom, similarly lock the screen by swiping from top to bottom in the home screen... closing apps takes long press on the homescreen and then clicking on the x icon on each running app or close all apps from the pulley menu...
these are some of the gestures i can describe... better watch this in youtube video to get more realistic feel....
- 2014-08-20 11:06
> In reply to Anonymous @ 2014-08-14 21:43 from t1$D - click to readWell, I am truly excited using Jolla Phone. The UI is really smooth and responsive... First 2 days, it was bit difficult to understand the gestures and then after that, it was really wonderful to use. If you list out some 5 tasks to perform continuously like writing sms, writing email, deleting email, deleting some pics, setting alarm etc and do this in Jolla and any other phone IOS / android...I am sure you can complete the tasks much faster in Jolla than other phones because of minimal navigation and effortless multitasking. My friend who uses Samsung Note 3 after seeing the gestures and navigation in my Jolla phone told and I quote "I really liked it and that stock android has way too many clicks to do things and samsung ROM's has much made it much easier but nowhere to close to what you have described...this is so cool".. Btw my friend is an android developer himself... Jolla comes with yandex android store... but there is a hack to install google playstore...its easy to do it... I installed it successfully and till now, I would have downloaded about 30 apps from playstore and everything works perfectly...I installed many mobile bank apps and it works smooth... I really thank Jolla for providing android support... Coming to Jolla's Nokia HERE maps...its just awesome... so fast and up to date.. Last week I went to a temple in a remote place outside chennai and I used the HERE maps navigation, it worked flawlessly.... I dont see any faults in OS as such... Camera is good, battery life is very good..my phone is always online ...either through 3G or wifi..2 hours of phone calls, browsing, downloading apps...whatsapp, sms all the time...it comes to roughly 1.5 days...mid spec hardware is compensated by the superfast OS....It detects the theotherhalf automatically and changes the ambience theme accordingly....ambience really changes the look of the UI and the apps..everything is almost transparent....Negative points are the screen has bit poor visibility in sunlight...I really can't think of any other drawback as yet.... first time buyers who havent used N900 or N9 can really buy Jolla phone without any worries about app support as you have 8 lac apps from android!!!! I am already waiting for the next model from Jolla!..
- 2014-08-20 10:51
> In reply to Ganpat @ 2014-08-11 09:04 from vLyx - click to readPlease dude, post an in depth review of the Sailfish OS, particularly navigation system on the UI, keyboard if Swype input is available or not, the Maps, settings, and restrictions.Please
- 2014-08-14 21:43
> In reply to prash @ 2014-08-07 07:20 from KSuR - click to readJust came back from Helsinki where the DNA-phone chain is selling it by the counter.Getting the grips on it now, still - it was a big jump from my all time favourit, the N9.Give me a couple of days i will be into it.Obviously a fantastic phone, shame that you have to be a nerd to get into it basically.Frustrationlevel 8 pluss.
- 2014-08-14 18:24
> In reply to prash @ 2014-08-07 07:20 from KSuR - click to readI signed up for limited edition last year and waited for Jolla to launch in India.. nothing happened and I lost my patience... So I ordered the Jolla phone from finland and shipped it to an UK address where my friend lives and he gave the phone to his colleague who was coming back to India and I collected it from him... Only regret is I should have done this last year itself.... the phone is bloody good!!! perfect replacement for my N900....
- 2014-08-11 09:04
> In reply to Ganpat @ 2014-08-05 12:22 from vLyx - click to readhi ganpat , where did u get jolla smartphone?
- 2014-08-07 07:20
I installed few android apps from yandex store in jolla and it works perfectly. btw yandex has over 100000 android apps. But the killer was yesterday, I installed google play store in jolla and installed some android apps from playstore...works awesome!!!
- 2014-08-05 12:22
Is there folder messaging view option avlble? Can we create folders in msgs?
- 2014-07-29 17:49
- Suvham N8
I like this phone. Waiting for GSMArena to put a detailed review of the Jolla phone, Can anyone confirm if Sailfish OS has folder messaging view option like in Symbian?
- 2014-07-29 10:25