[maemo-users] Updating maps N810

From: DrFredC.com drfredc at drfredc.com
Date: Mon Jan 21 21:34:43 EET 2008
OK...   Red pill mode...  That's nice...?  Where's the link in your 
email about where to get the red pill mode? =-O

  Or, perhaps where's the simple to provide information in App Manager 
message window (or anywhere else for that matter) of what "red pill 
mode" is and how to get it?  Risks...  Benefits....  Why isn't the "red 
pill mode" part of the end user main stream release and part of App 

   IMHO, all of these code names and 'secret' modes (like Red Pill mode) 
remind me of some nerdo secret decoder ring that comes inside a box of a 
cereal that you can't find anywhere.  Plus if you could find it, you 
wouldn't want to eat it anyway.  But you need the ring to keep things 

    FYI, this sort of junk makes very little sense to end-users who have 
better things to do with their lives than hunting down some secret 
decoder ring to get their nice end user device to operate properly.  Gag 
me for thinking it, but all of this dysfunctional BS is starting to make 
the nonsense that Microsoft dumps into the marketplace look pretty darn 

Iñigo Illán Aranburu wrote:
> You have to activate the red pill mode.
> On lun, 2008-01-21 at 18:52 +0100, Ove Nordstrom wrote:
>> I have N810 with latest version OS2008. My maps application has
>> version Under Check for updates in the Application manager
>> an update for map shows up with version number I want to
>> update to it, but get this error
>> Unable to install
>> Software contains updates to packages installed from a different
>> source and is likely to harm the system. Contact software author.
>> What to do?
>> It also look like the newest version is 2.3.1
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Always, Dr Fred C
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