APN XL

by masdrie . co鈩 » Mon, 15 Feb 2010 22:33:42 GMT


Sponsored Links
 Apn:www.xlgprs.net
User;xlgprs
Pwd;proxl




Maaf RR,
Numpang nanya APN XL settingannya gimana yah?
TIA.


Kind Regards,
M. Ade Ghufron| 08811210884| Ym!: ade_ghufron| G: ade.ghufron| ouR

Sent from my AXIS Worry Free BlackBerry smartphone

--
"

-- 
"



APN XL

by WiwietH » Mon, 15 Feb 2010 23:02:58 GMT


 Apn: xlunlimited
User n pswd: kosongin ajah

g...@teatude
sent from my AndroWietH




Apn:www.xlgprs.net
User;xlgprs
Pwd;proxl




-- 
"


Sponsored Links


APN XL

by Ronald Setiawan » Mon, 15 Feb 2010 23:05:11 GMT


 Klo pake xlunlimited, apn nya tinggal isi xlunlimited




Apn:www.xlgprs.net
User;xlgprs
Pwd;proxl




-- 
"



APN XL

by jonathan susanto » Mon, 15 Feb 2010 23:24:28 GMT


 Kaya nya ganti deh.

Kalo ga salah sih ini:
Apn: xlunlimited
Sisanya kosongin

pake magic + XL unlimited. Maknyuzz




Apn:www.xlgprs.net
User;xlgprs
Pwd;proxl




-- 
"



APN XL

by Ardhy Wisnu Nugroho » Mon, 15 Feb 2010 23:25:34 GMT


 www.xlgprs.net

ga pake passwd juga bisa kok :D









-- 
{TakeBackTheWeb }

-- 
"



APN XL

by jonathan susanto » Tue, 16 Feb 2010 01:07:30 GMT


 Waqs, banyak2 amat yah opsi nya... team xl, confirmed donk

pake magic + XL unlimited. Maknyuzz

On Feb 15, 2010 10:25 PM, "Ardhy Wisnu Nugroho" <



www.xlgprs.net

ga pake passwd juga bisa kok :D

On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 10:05 PM, Ronald Setiawan <godlydr...@gmail.com>


-- 
{TakeBackTheWeb }

-- "



APN XL

by M. Ade Ghufron » Tue, 16 Feb 2010 09:16:45 GMT


 OK bro, to internet connection sepertinya ga sestabil yg xlgprs.net yg gw
rasain sih..
IMHO..

BR//
M. Ade Ghufron

Sent from my magicdroid




Klo pake xlunlimited, apn nya tinggal isi xlunlimited







 --

"



Other Threads

1. "The State of Mobile Linux" Panel, at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit




A few comments on this video:

Some of the claims which Eric Chu makes on this video are quite interesting.
He claims that current open source projects were "too desktop-oriented",
without explaining what he means by that. He's evidently unaware that
there's nothing particularly "desktop-oriented" about the GNOME
technologies, with the exception of the GNOME desktop application itself,
and that numerous phones (now fewer than eigh{*filter*} of them shown at Mobile
World Congress 2008 in Barcelona) have shipped using precisely these "too
desktop-oriented" components.

He also appeals, repeatedly, to Google's "sharp commercial focus". Evidently
he feels that companies like Samsung, Motorola, and LG are charities or
something.

Eric went on, the following day, to tell the members of the GNOME Mobile
Initiative that "open source projects didn't ship according to a schedule".
He's apparently also unaware that GNOME ships a release every six months,
like clockwork, as does Ubuntu.

I'm still curious as to why Google chose not to be a participating member of
the mobile open source community, as opposed to reinventing wheels and going
it alone. Clearly the reasons given don't hold water. Does someone from
Google want to try coming up with some more persuasive ones?

-- 


--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

2. "The State of Mobile Linux" Panel, at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit

"At the Spring 2008 Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, Dan Kohn
led a panel discussion consisting of leaders in the Linux Mobile arena
including Sean Moss-Pultz of OpenMoko, Derek Speed of Intel's Moblin
project, Andrew Shikiar of the Limo Foundation, David "Lefty"
Schlesinger of ACCESS and Eric Chu from Google/Open Handset Alliance
to discuss the current happenings in Linux Mobile and what it means
for the future."

Watch the video at http://www.linux-foundation.org/events/node/39

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~

3. Simulating a compass with bearing and accellerometer?

4. Network Error Unknown Host

5. Emulator's browser and Map always popup Network Error unknow Host

6. android freezing with Looper

7. Assets vs. Res and other questions