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Device Specific Debugging Information

This page should contain information about specific devices and bugs which have shown themselves on those devices.

This page is NOT in any way a replacement for Bugzilla - it is only a cache of information in a readily accessible form.

If you are debugging on a particular device, please feel free to update the information on that device. However, do not remove other people's comments on a device - only add the information that you do (or do not) see that same issue.

HTC Touch Pro

This device is our current reference platform for developing XULRunner and Fennec Mobile Browser for Windows Mobile.

This device was chosen for it's large RAM and storage availability, as well as its good resolution, touch screen, and expansion card.

This device gets the most testing, and should need the least amount of information cached on this page.

note: Model numbers are HT-01A for NTT docomo, X05HT for Softbank and E30HT for au in Japan.

HTC Orbit (XDA)

This is a Windows Mobile 5.0 Professional Device, code named HTC Artimis. This device has a Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition (Magneto) AKU 3.0.0 OS, running on a Texas Instruments OMAP 850 CPU which executes ARMv5TEJ code at 201 MHz. This device has 128 MB ROM and 64 MByte RAM.

One user reports that this device will launch XULRunner, but he never sees any windows -- even when using the simple mybrowser application.

Samsung i900 Omnia

This is a Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device running on a 624MHz Marvell PXA312 processor. It has 128 MB RAM and 256 MB ROM.

Fennec just crashes with the following error log:

EvntType: WinCE501bException AppName : xulrunner.exe AppVer  : AppStamp: 49921b5a ModName : xul.dll ModVer  : ModStamp: 49921b28 Offset  : 00189d8c OwnName : xulrunner.exe OwnVer  : OwnStamp: 49921b5a

The complete device and error logs are uploaded here[1].

LG Incite CT810

This is a Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device with a 528MHz processor. It has 128 MB RAM and 256 MB ROM.

Fennec takes a very long time to load, but does so eventually, but it is very unpredictable. After loading, it tends to be very slow and lags often. With the latest builds, the virtual keyboard does work, and it is possible to type in an address. Google loads in about 3 minutes on a 3G connection. Page is vibrant and well painted, but lag is still an issue. I have not been able to actually type in a search however, as it crashes before I am able to. At some times, these crashes will crash the whole phone.


This device is Windows Mobile 6.1 Classic Japanese device with 520MHz processor and 128MB RAM and 256 MB ROM.

product spec page

We test with TrueType fonts and settings to use it for content/chrome to show multi-byte chars.

Fennec alpha 1 takes about 30 secs to start and takes about 5~10 sec to load simple page like google search results. Sunspider result was 87183ms total (ref. 132869 sec at iPhone 3G)

You can see more and more screenshots by dynamis.

Toshiba dynapocket

This is the most powerful device in the world so far.

This device is Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device with 4.1-inch WVGA touchscreen and Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon QSD2850 processor.

product page, english news, and demo movie

Model number is T-01A for NTT docomo in Japan.