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I am using Samsung Galaxy S Duos smartphone with Android v4.0 OS.

How do I install Ubuntu on my phone? What are the requirements? Can it work along with Android just like Ubuntu works along with Windows 7 on laptop and desktop?

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marked as duplicate by fossfreedom Nov 22 '13 at 11:24

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Welcome to Ask Ubuntu. Please follow the netiquette. Don't write in all UPPERCASE. It implies that you are shouting. Your best bet to get your question answered is to provide as much information as you can in the most accessible way as possible. – MadMike Nov 22 '13 at 6:53

According to Android Legend you can:

Ubuntu Touch is a touch-friendly interface based on the desktop Unity interface. It is based on Qt and QML and various software frameworks originally developed for Maemo and MeeGo such as oFono as telephony stack, accounts-sso for single sign-on, and Maliit for input. Utilizing libhybris the system can often be used with Linux kernels used in Android, which makes it easily ported to most recent Android smartphones.

Now developers have ported this Ubuntu Touch for your own Samsung Galaxy S2. So if you are bored of using Android, you can definitely go for it. All you have to do is just follow the simple procedure given below to get Ubuntu Touch running on tour Galaxy S2.

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As far as I know, Ubuntu Touch can be successfully installed in Nexus series (Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and nexus 10). However, some devices have been contributed by a variety of Ubuntu Touch lovers. They however do not live on Unfortunately, your device is not in the list.

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