Applications in my Samsung Impression Through Linux

Applications in my Samsung Impression Through Linux

We’ve had our Impressions for two months now and I was starting to lose appreciation for them. However, I recently became emboldened and followed some information I had found online at samsung-impression.org concerning the installation of applications.

Applications in my Samsung Impression Through Linux

Using TKFileExplorer, the necessary Java .jar and .jad files, and the master key for the Samsung Impression, I could install applications harmlessly. My favoritism of this phone absolutely skyrocketed.

I installed the following apps:

 

2 thoughts on “Applications in my Samsung Impression Through Linux”

  1. how did you get your impression to run with linux? ive been looking for a linux driver since i bought mine, as it wont acknowledge its connection for the time being

    1. Hi Ziek,

      I didn’t use any Linux driver. I used TkFileExplorer (TKFE) through Wine. I then made a simlink (ln -s) for /dev/ttyACM0 to .wine/dosdevices/com1. It’s not amazingly stable. But it does work! I often have to make a directory and then reconnect. It’s better than booting back and forth to Windows from Linux.

      My discussion is at http://realsuddenlike.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/tkfe-on-linux-via-wine/.

      Let me know if you have any questions!

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