@moem sure that can be done......by someone from the community 😛
No need to 😛 at me, that is exactly what I had in mind. The next time someone comes up and says 'I want to help, what can I do?' this is one of the things we can point them towards. It's nice because there is no coding experience needed.
@dtarrant haha that's surprising, granted i have heard snap, crackle and pop aren't used that often, afaik they are occasionally used, though "sometimes somewhat facetiously" hehe in physics terms it's the 4th, 5th and 6th derivatives of position if i'm counting right
@yelpare3 If your Nexus 5 Wi-Fi connection is not stable or won't connect at all, there's a few things you can do: toggle Airplane Mode on and off, forget and reconnect to your Wi-Fi network, toggle mobile data on and off, or reboot your phone.
This topic is done now and I for one do not want to rerun the discussion again. @Flohack last comment above closes the topic so I will now lock this thread. It will still be here for reference. Thanks in advance for your understanding.
@totalsonic Thanks for the post! Just one remark: The Volla Phone X, like the Volla Phone, is a small series manufactured for the Volla brand. It is not based on the GX290. Here are some specifications:
IP68 water and dust tested
CPU: MediaTek Helio P23 Octa-Core MT6763
Display: 6,1“, 19.5:9 HD + IPS V-Notch, 283 PPI
4 GB RAM + 64 GB internal storage
13 MP (SONY sensor) + 2 MP dual rear cam
8 MP front cam
Connectivity: 2G/3G/4G, Wifi, Bluetooth, NFC
Interfaces: USB-C (USB 2-0), USB-OTG, headphone jack
Slots: 2 Nano SIM or 1 Nano SIM + SD Card
Battery: Lithium-Polymer 6200 mAh / 3,85 V
Weight: 270 g