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The simple answer is that you can't. Apps for the phone are in click packages. The only simple way to install them is from the Ubuntu Store on your phone using a WiFi or a mobile data connection. You can install click packages, if you have them, using USB (see Having generated a webapp with the generator, how do I test my click on the device?) but there ...


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Yeah you can. Just select multiple files and click copy. It's that easy!


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Preparation: If you haven't done so already, install the Terminal app. In the Terminal write: $ dconf write /com/ubuntu/touch/system/dim-timeout "@u 0" The dim-timeout Key wants an unsigned int as a value. That's what the @u is for. The number stands for the seconds after the screen is dimmed (0 = infinite). (Since the setting is stored for the local ...


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Note: All command below need root power, so switch to root shell first using sudo -i or sudo su. If you want to run directly with sudo <cmd>, see When using sudo with redirection, I get 'permission denied'. Set udev rule for libmtpto ignore your phone model: sed 's/LABEL="libmtp_usb_rules"/LABEL="libmtp_usb_rules"\n\n#Masi, ignore my phone\...


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I have found the next information about it: [How To] From Ubuntu to Android - Meizu 5 Pro http://forum.xda-developers.com/meizu-pro-5/how-to/how-to-ubuntu-to-android-meizu-5-pro-t3395995/ [How To] From Android to Ubuntu - Meizu 5 Pro http://forum.xda-developers.com/meizu-pro-5/how-to/how-to-android-to-ubuntu-meizu-5-pro-t3396191 Pro 5 ubuntu edition ...


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The feature is not supported, yet. Maybe it helps hitting "affects me" on https://bugs.launchpad.net/telegram-app/+bug/1535340. A workaround is using the webTelegram App.


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If you run Xubuntu this is really easy because it has a configuration panel to select automount behaviour. Just go to Settings > Hardware > Removable Drives and Media, then untick the relevant options:


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You should look into udev rules. With them you can block one device without affecting any other USB devices. You can define your own udev rules by creating a file in /etc/udev/rules.d/, e.g. /etc/udev/rules.d/51-block-phone-mount.rules Now find the idVendor and idProduct of the device. Those are good to use since they are mostly unique to the product, so ...


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CLI version of @Dhaval-Simaria's answer: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.media-handling automount-open false Note that Ubuntu comes with gsettings; it does not need to be installed. Edit for updated info: Since the error messages are reporting a failure to mount, try disabling automount: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.media-handling automount false


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I have a similar issue with a one plus one that has a slightly iffy usb socket , this makes it fire up a nautilus window every 5 mins or so. The most effective way i found to prevent this was to make udev ignore it completely by matching the usb vendor and model id then setting the device to unauthorized mode. This way you specifically prevent this device ...


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dconf is the place to check in this situation. dconf is a low-level configuration system and settings management. Its main purpose is to provide a back-end to GSettings and KSettings on platforms that don't already have configuration storage systems. It depends on GLib. It is part of GNOME 3 and is a replacement for GConf. ~Wikipedia For this you ...


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The message that you are getting is coming from Facebook, not Ubuntu. I get the same message on my phone, but I do not choose to add it, so I see it everytime I go to facebook. Here are two posts that could help you understand more: Facebook Help Messenger For Desktop


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Basically you are just flashing a new ROM to your phone and then install it with a bootmanager on your phone. You can flash the ubuntu touch ROM from any system you want. All you need is a tool for flashing the ROM to your phone (copying the image to the phone to speak easy). The Android SDK, with adb and fastboot, is convinient for this task and available ...


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OTA 11 has resolved this problem. Camera works now.


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This is due to the application life-cycle on Ubuntu touch. Only the currently focused app is allowed to be running and is entitled to use up as much of the system resources as it wishes. All unfocused apps get suspended and could potentially be killed when memory pressure get's too high. tvoss wrote a detailed blog post on the life-cycle here and it also ...


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The unit of temperature in the weather scope and the weather part in the today scope is related to the language setting of your phone (System Settings - Personal: Language & Text - Display language). There is only one issue, and this has been reported as a bug already (as pomsky pointed out in his comment), for which however a work-around is available: ...


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Yes it can be Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu edition



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