Motorola ROKR E2

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Motorola ROKR E2
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Screen 240×320 pixel TFT LCD, 262K colours, 30 mm×40 mm
Camera 1.3 megapixel, video at 15 fps for 2 hours maximum
CPU Intel XScale PXA270
Default ringtone Polyphonic
Memory card SD expansion card slot for up to 2GB removable storage (Or 4GB if it is flashed with a modded firmware)
Storage 11 MB
Networks GSM 900/1800/1900 with GPRS Class 10 (2U/4D)
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (supports A2DP)
USB 2.0 by mini-USB
Physical size 106 mm×49.5 mm×18 mm
Weight 115 g
See platforms for an overview over the supported devices and CPUs.
Listening to MP3s over USBnet.
First successful test of a GSM camera phone prototype saving an image via GPRS.

The Motorola ROKR E2 is the successor to the Motorola ROKR E1, a cellphone aimed on music-playing, with a candy bar form factor, and with a port of Core-iSCSI that allows it to be used as a media jukebox. Instead of iTunes support in ROKR E1, the phone is installed with RealPlayer, supporting a larger variety of formats. It also features a music control panel on the left side of the phone. Users can also listen to stereo FM radio with Motorola ROKR E2. By using iRadio, FM radio programs can also be downloaded into the phone through internet, letting users listen to the radio at anytime. The first public release occurred on June 22, 2006 in China.[1][2]

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Specifications

OpenEZX Rokr E2 is a crowd-sourced WiKi that covers the phone in great detail.

Status

The initial Core-iSCSI release was for the 2.4.20-MVL kernel, which is present on presumably all ROKR E2 firmware revisions.

Current Initiators (including Core-iSCSI) can be run on those EZX mobiles running Linux v2.6. iSCSI/TCP traffic has been tested and is stable over GPRS via tri-band GSM using MC/S and ERL=0 with a v2.4 kernel. A simple Java GUI is available for Core-iSCSI and iSNS.

LIO will support binary packages for both kernel trees on the EZX and OpenEZX supported handsets.

Working

Details

Limitations

In general, the software port is still very much a developer-oriented, espically with the limited memory resources and currently closed nature of the EZX UI.

TODO Items

The ToDo items for a general purpose release:

See also

Notes

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