Of course I do, I can SSH into the phone. Is there any way to get a file short of installing an FTP server? (Just for information, I got it via SD card.)
scp (or pscp from putty), you can just ‘(p)scp username@ip:/path/to/file .’ and it should copy the file to your current directory
Thanks for the Update on my question on APIs!
Well, you also have to name the file locally.
scp defaultuser@IP:/remote/folder/remotefile localfile
The dot at the end is the path and it should retain its name
I wasn’t able to participate, but I would like to at least make someone at Jolla aware of this bug affecting ambience functionality: Ambience sound settings get lost/overwritten when switching between ambiences
(Basically, when one switches between two ambiences, sound settings of the former ambience - be it configured sound files or “No sound” option - permanently replace/overwrite sound settings of the latter one. As illustrated on these two short movies: Ambience sound settings get lost/overwritten when switching between ambiences - #6 by wetab73
Unlike most of other bug reports submitted recently, which yesterday received @flypig’s comment and were marked as tracked, this one apparently went unnoticed. Thank you.
Does things have changed since this morning, and look now promising, that we will get QtLocation API? https://github.com/sailfishos/sdk-harbour-rpmvalidator/pull/157