Et moi, j’ai eu mon fairphone en octobre 2013. Il marche toujours bien… à part la caméra dont les photos sont vraiment mauvaises. Mais bon, je téléphone, j’envoie des messages, j’écoute de la musique. Utiliser des applis, ca peut poser des problèmes à cause du vieux système d’exploitation. - Et je vais commander le fairphone 3 (Dommage qu’il n’ y aura pas de pochette en couleur )
i’m another happy FP1 first edition user i had to replace the battery last year, & purchased the vhbw battery (https://vhbw-b2b.de/produkte/telefon/akkus/a12/b58/171296/Akku_fuer_Huawei_wie_HB5N1H_ua_1800mAh.htm) which comes with silicone spacers to make it fit & works fine. soon after that a friend gave me a proper FP1 battery, which i’m now using, & then at a Fairphone Meetup meeting i was given another FP1 battery. so there are still the original batteries around, and the vhbw one is a perfectly good replacement.
i’m still running on android 4.2.2. as i am a minimal phone user, and a minimal app user, and do not use google at all on my phone, i have not yet run into any problems because of using an older operating system, but i guess that will happen eventually & at that point i’ll be forced to upgrade … but i fully expect the phone to keep working
Looks like I’m another happy FP1 owner that has turned 5, having bought mine in october 2014! (the badge, the badge! )
It’s running Android 4.4.2 and, if you’re not too demanding on performance, it is still quite usable.
It has reached 5 years despite falling into the sea (!) 3 years ago, and I believe that it recovered from the accident only thanks to the possibility to be disassembled almost completely so I could wipe it out.
I really want to send a big “thank you” to all the guys at Fairphone for the great job, and I’m seriously considering to switch to a new FP3, but I’m not in hurry…
My FP1: One edition continues to work despite falls
My FP1 is 5 years and 11 months now, I got it in January 2014 (having ordered it in the summer of 2013 I think). And of course it’s google-free. It’s on the second battery, and the screen has a crack, but we applied a screen protection film (?) and it’s fine. Only problem, for some reason the SD-card can’t be read any more.
Do I get the badge?
(since last week, I now also have an FP3. am still learning how to use it. Some very good features of the FP1 / apps don’t exist for it unfortunately. Still a bit undecided as to the future of my FP1 now.)
Actually I don’t know how to award badges, maybe it needs one of the @moderators
Yup, it’s a manual one. Badges awarded.
I’d like to know if there is any other one in the world who still uses his FP1 with the original battery like me??
I do, but I got myself a backup battery early on (mid-2015) and am changing back and forth between the two every couple of months. Currently using the original (mid-2014) battery again and I get like 7-8 days out of it with very light use.
Well, you are cheating! And do you use it as your daily phone?
FP1 user here (19/05/2014). Original battery too.
I was disappointed by the lack of Android 4.4 support and didn’t want to support FP further but changed my mind and ordered a FP3 after a friend’s feedback on it.
But I see some are able to install android 4.4? How come, I don’t get it?
It’s a community build. So no automatic update.
More details here.
Thanks. Seems aaaaawfully complicated, I’ll pass.
FP3 is better serviced in that regard?
I’m pretty sure, yes.
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Not so sure! It starts with Android 9.
Downgrading to Android 4.4 might be complicated as well.
Sorry, I just couldn’t resist.
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