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  #527555 30-Sep-2011 09:58
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Has anyone installed a variant of Silverlight on their TP?

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  #527595 30-Sep-2011 10:54
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Check your email folks, there's a voucher for SplashTop in this weeks apps from HP. Of course, people have immediately posted them to the forums (despite the fact that device owners should have the same email) so even if they do work in NZ, they're probably gone by now, but might be worth a try.

I've already bought the app, so no use to me.

Edit: Nevermind, less than an hour after the email was sent, they're all gone so can't even test them. Apparently they don't work in the UK or Canada so it stands to reason they wouldn't work here either.




 
 
 
 


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  #527599 30-Sep-2011 11:09
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stevenz: Check your email folks, there's a voucher for SplashTop in this weeks apps from HP. Of course, people have immediately posted them to the forums (despite the fact that device owners should have the same email) so even if they do work in NZ, they're probably gone by now, but might be worth a try.

I've already bought the app, so no use to me.

Edit: Nevermind, less than an hour after the email was sent, they're all gone so can't even test them. Apparently they don't work in the UK or Canada so it stands to reason they wouldn't work here either.


You must have your email account set up as a US account? i never get these emails lol




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  #527603 30-Sep-2011 11:10
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ekud:
stevenz: Check your email folks, there's a voucher for SplashTop in this weeks apps from HP. Of course, people have immediately posted them to the forums (despite the fact that device owners should have the same email) so even if they do work in NZ, they're probably gone by now, but might be worth a try.

I've already bought the app, so no use to me.

Edit: Nevermind, less than an hour after the email was sent, they're all gone so can't even test them. Apparently they don't work in the UK or Canada so it stands to reason they wouldn't work here either.


You must have your email account set up as a US account? i never get these emails lol


Neither do I!

Does anyone know of any fixes for the horrible skype outgoing video quality? 

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  #527640 30-Sep-2011 12:34
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Hmm, pretty sure I told it I was in NZ, I certainly get the NZ appstore. Odd.

I had a play with Skype the other night, I don't think there's much you can do about it, although mounting the unit so it stays still so doesn't have to deal with rendering the moving background does help a little.




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  #535042 19-Oct-2011 09:04
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So it looks like webOS 3.0.4 has been released, Has anyone upgraded?




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  #535051 19-Oct-2011 09:27
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I installed it this morning. I uninstalled all my patches and custom kernel beforehand just in case. It is much more responsive, seems almost faster than o/c 3.0.2.
It has also added a camera app for the crappy camera. 

 
 
 
 


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  #535052 19-Oct-2011 09:28
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Sounds like a good time to finally contact HP about my speaker-cracked TP, and get a shiny new one to go straight to 3.0.4

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  #535055 19-Oct-2011 09:42
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Bullchicken: I installed it this morning. I uninstalled all my patches and custom kernel beforehand just in case. It is much more responsive, seems almost faster than o/c 3.0.2.
It has also added a camera app for the crappy camera. 


Yeah i see on precentral that benchmark test of an OverClocked 3.0.2 is actually slower than a factory 3.0.4
Has anyone had issues with google accounts? for eg Gtalk not signing in?




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  #535058 19-Oct-2011 09:47
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Downloading 3.0.4 now. Have an overclocked 3.0.2 with UberKernel. Not removing prior to updates.




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  #535088 19-Oct-2011 11:23
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awesome, hopefully this update will still let me use my 1.728ghz OC 

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  #535089 19-Oct-2011 11:24
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macuser: awesome, hopefully this update will still let me use my 1.728ghz OC 


I don't think you'll need to OC it. It's blazingly fast. 




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  #535090 19-Oct-2011 11:26
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macuser: awesome, hopefully this update will still let me use my 1.728ghz OC 


I don't think you'll need to OC it. It's blazingly fast. 


Yeah, hope it resolved the random freezes i get. (even when overclocked) 

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  #535119 19-Oct-2011 12:51
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I didn't uninstall anything and the patch applied just fine.

It'll be while until people get 3.0.4 sourcecode to compile the OC kernels with. Give it a couple of days at least. Same goes for the patches.

It does seem to be pretty responsive, the autocorrect changes are annoying though.

Got it to pair with my Android phone without any hackery, doesn't actually seem to be able to be used for anything though, so a bit of a waste of time, YMMV.




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  #535173 19-Oct-2011 15:18
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macuser: 

Yeah, hope it resolved the random freezes i get. (even when overclocked)


Have you tried a hard reset, there's a couple of ways of doing this but holding down the power and home buttons at the same time for about 15 seconds and then wait for the Touchpad to reboot should fix your problem




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