[maemo-users] What is the risk to enable RD Mode in X Terminal on N900?

From: khalid khan khalidreach at rcg.tv
Date: Wed Apr 21 17:19:59 EEST 2010
The main thing is i know only to enter *121# to get my credit balance in the
first step configuration of USSD widget.

Rest of the things i couldn't understand. like Praser for widget , Enable
Banner Praser , Chain , Regular Expression etc...

By the way do i need to uninstall the USSD widget & install this from HAM
(where can i find this HAM any link pls)

Khalid Khan

On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 5:59 PM, Thomas Tanner <tanner at gmx.de> wrote:

> You need to go into desktop configuration mode of your desktop (tap on
> top right corner) and then click in the wrench symbol of the widget to
> configure it.
> Don't install deb packages from websites!
> Use HAM and install ussd-widget from there.
> On 21.04.10 15:49, khalid khan wrote:
> > Andre the error is not in the image which i sent in the email but an eg.
> > that how it should have been worked.
> >
> > When i add the USSD widget on the N900 desktop it appears as "Click to
> > update" when i click it goes for "Processing" for few seconds then shows
> > "Error" then return backs to "Click to update".
> >
> > After installing rootsh from Application Manager & installing all
> > support files like : Python Hildon,Python Hildon Desktop
> > Loader,Pexpect,USSD Pad, USSD Common & USSD Widget in the N900 root file
> > I followed those steps in X Terminal as in the link
> >
> >
> http://lovemynokia.com/how-to-check-credit-and-other-details-in-nokia-n900-with-a-touch-of-a-widget
> >
> > Only it worked in USSD Pad where you have to click the pad enter the
> > number press send then message appears which normally takes time It has
> > to be in one click, as the number is pre-typed.
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