Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 17th Dec 2013 00:05 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless

We just discovered an issue in both and today which causes update of the store token required for accessing store repositories to fail. A fix for that has been pushed a few minutes ago: The update to version you might be seeing on your device soon contains exactly this one fix to keep store access working.

My Jolla arrived this morning, and I've been playing with it all day. It is by far the most exciting device and operating system I've used in a long, long time. When it arrived, the first update to the operating system was already waiting for me to be installed - and only a few hours later, another update is hitting the device. They have promised another large bugfix and stability update before the end of the year, with updates with new features arriving early next year.

These men and women know what they're doing. They're not overselling, and they keep their promises. A very promising start.

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RE[4]: Comment by shmerl
by Morgan on Tue 17th Dec 2013 14:42 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by shmerl"
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Uh, they don't have any users in the U.S.

Potential customers are still customers, if there is demand. I'd love to buy this phone.

It does? Why? With access to markets like Asia and Europe that greatly outnumber the U.S why would they bother?

I would say because the US is still a world player no matter how much you wish it wasn't. I simply don't understand this attitude; why wouldn't they want to reach out to a large, consumer oriented populace? Are you afraid that if it didn't perform well in the US, it would somehow hurt sales in Europe and Asia? Because I doubt that would be the case; the Nokia N900 was basically a failure here, but thrived in other markets.

You say the US isn't as important as it once was, so why muster up the effort to oppose Jolla coming here? What are you so afraid of?

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