Fix My IPhone 2.3.4 __LINK__
On an HTC G2 android 2.3.4, the default browser does not appear to use the GPS satellites to determine location. As a result, the location the browser sends to the app is off by a mile or so. Yes, the GPS and wi-fi were both on in the phone. We turned wi-fi off and got the same (bad) result.
Fix My iPhone 2.3.4
Last week, Google announced that Android 2.3.4 would roll out to the Nexus S and Nexus One in the weeks ahead. Well, shortly after that announcement a manual installation became available for some Nexus S owners much to the chagrin of those who still employ a Nexus One.
I have two hubs at my house: a C-4 and a C-7. This morning I tried to apply the 22.214.171.124 update to both of them. The C-4 took an unusually long time but eventually came back. My C-7 never got the web interface working again.
I guess you can try to export some environment variables like LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/Cellar/Openmotif/2.3.4/lib/ -WI,R/usr/local/Cellar/Openmotif/2.3.4/lib/" and CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/Cellar/Openmotif/2.3.4/include". 041b061a72