New answers tagged arm
As of 29 April 2016, the accepted answer is no longer the correct procedure. It is now self-service: you can change an option in the PPA settings to get it to build for any of the following architectures automatically (documentation link): AMD x86-64 (amd64) ARM ARMv8 (arm64) ARM ARMv7 Soft Float (armel) ARM ARMv7 Hard Float (armhf) Intel x86 (i386) ...
The MediaTek MT8163B SoC in the Aquaris M10 uses the ARM Cortex-A53 microarchitecture, which implements the ARMv8-A instruction set. For Debian/Ubuntu repositories this corresponds to arm64, with GCC & qemu it's known as aarch64.
UT tweek tool says this: This may help identify, assuming it is correct. I have the M10 FHD.
The Pi 3 uses a completely different SOC (BCM 2837). The build your are running only supports the BCM2835 and BCM2836. There is a new build that adds support for the Pi 3's SOC. Download it here.
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