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Problems with Nexus 5 and Android 4.4.3
Thursday, 05 June 2014 05:30

I updated my Nexus 5 today and rSAP doesn't work anymore. It is not a problem of Android 4.4.3, because the Nexus 4 still works.

I hope I can find a solution for that, until that please don't update to 4.4.3!

Version 2.5 available
Sunday, 18 May 2014 15:28

Today I released version 2.5 of the rSAP app and the installer app. The biggest change is the support for MediaTek phones and the support for more than one SIM card on these phones. Maybe I can find the time (and the device...) to try to also support Samsung "Duos" phones, but so far they still don't work with my app.

Another new feature is a quick diagnosis for the SIM access itself. The SIM access is the most crucial functionality which makes a phone compatible or not. Now you can test it without an rSAP capable car. I'll add some more information to the compatibility page later.

rSAP on MediaTek phones
Thursday, 24 April 2014 18:07

I finally took a deeper look at the MediaTek phones and managed to make my app compatible with at least two of them: a Zopo C2 Platinum and an Alcatel OT-997D. Maybe it works on more phones, maybe even on all MediaTek phones. See here for more information. Please leave a message in the forum when you have problems or success with your phone.

Help With Translation
Saturday, 08 February 2014 14:29

I'm currently evaluating Crowdin as a platform for translating my apps. If you like to help me check here:

If you like to see more languages or want to give me feedback about how well Crowdin does it's job, please do it here.

rSAP on Nexus 5
Friday, 08 November 2013 12:01

Starting with installer version 2.4.3 the Nexus 5 is supported by my app. As always the phone must be rooted before running the installer app, the rSAP app itself does not necessarily need root access. If you want further information read here.

The Nexus 5 uses the same generic Qualcomm system files as the HTC One, Sony Xperia, ..., so it supports full access to the SIM card, not the restricted GSM-only access like the Nexus 4. That means it should support 3G data connection in those cars which offer internet access.

Android 4.4 did not need any further fixes in my app. Let's hope it stays that way for future Android versions Smile

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