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Go to System Settings -> Cellular -> Carrier. There you can select the provider manually.


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Did you try to check if you was affected by this volume muted bug ? It happens when you play the game PathWind, and mute the volume. It will mute the system volume. Steps to fix it: Simply launch the game PathWind on the phone, and check the setting of the game, in sound, and unmute it on the tached note symbol. Should fix it. copied from Playing ...


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adb shows a device only when it knows the vendor of the device. The vendor of the bq E4.5 seems not known by default. To change that edit or create the file ~/.android/adb_usb.ini and add the following line 0x2a47 That is the vendor id of the bq E4.5. Restart the adb server after you edited the file sudo adb kill-server; sudo adb start-server You ...


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What is the output of dpkg -L phablet-tools? it should show you all the files installed by that package, and on my machine I can definitely see /usr/bin/phablet-shell among them. I had a few issues to be able to connect afterwards, here's what I did: Enable the developer mode on the phone (phablet-shell won't complain that it cannot connect, so it was a ...


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I just tried and had the same issue on Ubuntu 14.04. Then I unplugged it and unlocked the phone (I have a PIN lock). I tried again after having unlocked the phone and it worked.


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My car (Volvo V40, 2013), took a while before recognizing the BQ Aquarius 4.5 Ubuntu. But after a minute or two I was able to connect. The protocol is not fully implemented I guess, because accu and network status are not shown correctly. Searching phonebook and making phonecalls works fine. I tried playing music, but only the very first song played over ...


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Click the ?123 button to get the numeric keys and symbols. Now a 1/2 button appears. Look at the minus-key. When clicking the 1/2 button, the minus-key becomes an underscore-key:


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I was having the exact same issue, but it seems that I found a solution for me. I was plugging it to a USB hub and it didn't recognize it. Now I tried to plug it directly to one of my computers USB ports and that worked just fine. I hope that helps!


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I purchased the Ubuntu Phone (bq Aqaris E4.5) and if you download a terminal app for the ubuntu Phone and type in service --list-all a service named x11-common is listed as well. But typing in Xorg just returns that the command was not found. If you search for "ubuntu touch x11-common" you'll find this: X Window System (X.Org) infrastructure ...


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You can set where to save the media from the camera like pivtures and videos. Just go to the camera and down there is an option "SD" where you can select to save to SD card, external card. Down to left.


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I followed the instructions of write-mem in http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2226702. Previously, I have also installed mtpfs, but do not know if it was necessary. If you get it, mark the header of the question as SOLVED, please.


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If it is connecting your Phone to Laptop, then, try the following: Goto Dash, and Type Disks and open it. If you can see your Phone Connected to it, then, select it, goto options and Mount it. Edit : If The Laptop detects it, then only you can connect with it.


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Yes. The standard recovery image does not permit adb access, so you need to supply one to ubuntu-device-flash which will allow adb to work. This image is a good choice: http://people.canonical.com/~jhm/barajas/recovery.img You can then type ubuntu-device-flash touch --bootstrap --channel ubuntu-touch/stable/bq-aquaris.en --recovery-image recovery.img ...


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After running into this problem the following steps got my phone back up and running (Nexus 4, r214): 1) Open the terminal app on the phone and validate using password if configured 2) $ sudo stop urfkill 3) $ sudo rm /var/lib/urfkill/saved-states -rf 4) $ sudo reboot The phone should come back up with the carrier re-enabled.


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Other than web apps such as Office 365 or Google Docs, there are currently no options to edit Microsoft Office documents on an Ubuntu phone. This may change as the devices begin flowing into retail channels, and will change as development on convergence begins to show fruit in Ubuntu 15.10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, where LibreOffice and all desktop apps will ...


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This is what told to be the fact: Ubuntu Touch (Ubuntu Phone) uses the Qt 5-based touch user interface 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 ...



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