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- Mar 29, 2015
I'd also be curious about a software progress update. We've heard a lot about the hardware, and I like where it's going, but we have not heard much about the software as of late.Has a quick start guide or packaging been considered yet? Hows the software side of things going?
Love the painted finish also.
That's a point. I think I made my original order with a gmail address, but I've been forced off using that address due to google's demand to get my phone number off of me. I have ordered things from the shop using my new email address, but my original orders are all connected to my old address. I still have the mails with the codes in them so I don't think there'll be a problem, but if he tries notifying me at the address associated with my original order, I won't get it.And how will this Fullfilment of the Order work?? Do you make the Massproduktion and when you have par exemple Pyra 28 on your Table, you send me a Email??
I moved from google to protonmail free account. It is quite limited ( free version ) but still enough for my needs. I only miss imap/smtp, but that's ok, as I am getting adfree open-source secure mail account. I don't need huge storage capacity as I delete most mails once it's purpose is done.i departed from gmail a long time ago exactly for the same reason. they wanted my phonenumber for unlocking my email, so i said 'f**k you plenty google' and moved on. i use berlin based mailbox.org now and love their pro privacy mindset.
Yeah in the same boat, but I don't really see myself using the phone features of the Pyra, just cared about GPS.Wondering what US carrier LTE bands the Pyra supports. I'm a Verizon user and I only care about data only LTE use cases. Thanks.
Ah, I found https://pyra-handheld.com/wiki/index.php?title=Modem and the PLS8-US. The datasheet shows that it doesn't support Verizon's main/primary LTE band: 13. Well, this is unfortunate for me.
I'm only interested in LTE data myself. I'm not interested in voice (seems like it'd be awkward to use the Pyra as a phone) and Verizon is planning on shutting down their CDMA/3G network next year anyway (I can't even recall the last time I was somewhere with only 3G available).Yeah in the same boat, but I don't really see myself using the phone features of the Pyra, just cared about GPS.
I'm reminded of that Henry Ford quote.I don't have multiple colors planned at the beginning. This would be way too much work with all the different units we already have