@keneda More likely I did not try hard enough when I first got the phone so I gave up as it was unimportant. The update prompted me to look again, and though not intuitive I have created a few albums for the 18 photos I keep on it.
I'll get into the discussion a bit. Blootooth is always on on my cell phone. As for headphones or handsfree, neither will connect automatically. And if so, not correctly. My suggestion is to put a list of paired devices in the context menu - similar to WiFi. It would be close at hand and I don't think it would bother anything there.
By the way, some Android phones have the same problem with my bluetooth devices. I think the problem will be mainly in the imperfect bluetooth specification.
@cibersheep Well I suppose this will need to be a one step at a time kind of thing. Once a half decent guide for one language is set up then surely it shouldn't be too much trouble for people to translate it later.
I think we should be very clear about what size is consumed by our installation, and whats just reserved by Android partitioning. You know we get the bad press "UT consumes 8GB space for nothing" when in fact its much less. We want to be as transparent as possible.
I dont think people will be confused by that, you could also call it "Reserved Android partitions" maybe. BUt make clear how much space the actual installation takes up.
@kaizen Amazig work! goood job! I really like it 👍
Can I suggest something from a non-technical POV?
At the top of the sketch you have inserted a truly explanatory schematization (we need to add the app layer). I suggest to keep the same order for the component listed in the first "about the project" section.
Also in the second "about the project" you have used new therms and this could be confusing for someone like me:
where is the lomiri layer?
what is this new midleware? is it the halium + core layer?
A better way to keep all more intuitive as possible (but i don't know if it is possible) is to make all the information hidden unless we touch on the desired section: if you touch the "lomiri" layer on the top scheme it opens in the bottom the "Lomiri project" of the first "about the project"
If you touch the "halium" layer on the top scheme it opens in the bottom the "halium project" of the first "about the project" with also the explanation you putted in the second "about the project" section
and so on...
also all element in the second "about the project" should be clickable (not the software 😉 ) with direct link to the doc or their github/lab page.
So with the Sticker feature, you're able to send a picture or animated image in 3 user's action instead of minimum 6 with the content-hub.
It can be reduced to 2 at minimum if i reuse the existing shortcut as it was previsously designed, see:
But as i said, the "emoticon" is harder to reach on small device, but makes the experience much faster, like other chat like apps.
I will try again that one