Still fresh, damnit!
- Oct 6, 2008
- Somewhere off the coast of the EU
I guess that's a side effect of the -nobat kernel. If there were no battery inserted, it would make sense to power on as soon as it's put on power.Cannot charge battery without the OS booting when plugged in.
I suppose it could be made to actually check if there is a battery inserted and not boot up if there is a battery in there in actuality, or it could be changed to require a press of the power button even if you haven't got a battery in there. But for now the default is basically the same as the old Pandora.