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I had the same problem and it turned out that I used a charge-only USB cable (Stupid me!). Worth mentioning, though, I guess...
I faced the problem, this worked :- On Nexus 10, after unlocking the bootloader (fastboot oem unlock), the internal storage is left unformatted and must be formatted with- $ fastboot format cache $ fastboot format userdata follow all the remaining steps to flash your nexus 10 and ubuntu should run just fine.
I guess you haven't added the PPA which has the tools you're looking for. From Ubuntu wiki's instructions Setup the Touch Developer Preview Tools PPA The PPA has the tools and dependencies to support Precise, Quantal, and Raring. Add the Ubuntu Touch PPA by adding the following custom source list entry to your /etc/apt/sources.list file. On ...
POSSIBLE CONFUSION: The command adb root simply re-loads the adb daemon (as root) on your desktop PC. This gives you greater privilege (if needed) to access and control the attached device. This is not 'root' for the device. This does NOT affect the device (or its firmware). What steps did you complete? The (manual) install procedure has only 5 steps: (...
I got exact same problem. I have nexus 4 running android lollipop, installed ubuntu touch, and failed: this phone needs restoring from a pc or service center. So I went back to android, couldn't get lollipop, so used kitkat, because I didn't want to download again (I had kitkat files on PC long before) So with kitkat installed, tried installing ubuntu again,...
I ran into the first problem of not finding stable manta. That's because it doesn't exist. You can search with ubuntu-flash-device query like this. > ubuntu-device-flash query --list-channels --device=manta ubuntu-touch/devel-proposed/ubuntu ubuntu-touch/devel/ubuntu ubuntu-touch/devel/krillin.en > You can also browse the server at https://system-...
There is an 1100/900 ratio between the system and video memory. Since 900M is reserved for video at boot, the system can only see the remaining 1.1G. Source
Not implemented right now, will propably be included in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Release.
The instructions on the wiki are more updated, so you should go with what you see there (the second link you posted). Be warned, however, that Ubuntu Touch is still considered a work in progress, and could potentially brick your device.
The Touch Developer Preview of Ubuntu will be published on the 21st February 2013 with installation instructions for the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablet devices as well as smartphones such as the Nexus 4 and Galaxy Nexus. Installable images and source code will be available from developer.ubuntu.com. http://www.ubuntu.com/static/u/files/section/devices/...
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