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I have successfully paired and used the following mice and keyboards with my Aquaris M10: Logitech keyboard K380, works without issues and connects and disconnects instantly Exibel HB087 Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad, works fine, but doesn't connect/disconnect as quickly as the K380 HP Bluetooth Mouse Z5000, works without issues and connects ...


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I got a TECHGEAR® [Active Strike Pro] Slim Bluetooth Wireless UK QWERTY Keyboard with Mouse Touchpad from Amazon. Works really well. Ok feel to it. Only real downside is when using mousepad it has a constant habit of bringing up the today scope, which can be annoying. Tried it on the bq M10.


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I use a Microsoft Wedge Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse with the Meizu MX4 and Nexus 7. I don't suspect any issues with the bq M10.


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The Logitech K380 Multi-device bluetooth keyboard works perfectly for me, I love it, and a few more people do so too: http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/the-best-bluetooth-keyboard/ I was not so lucky with a few pointer devices I had lying around: the first-gen Apple Magic Trackpad and the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600 are not working just yet. With ...


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Adding an Apple Mighty Mouse, a Logitech MX1000 Keyboard/Mouse set (special keys not all supported yet) and a Logitech diNovo Mini to the mix of known-to-work devices.


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I use without problems the Logitech K380 Keyboard and the SONY VGP-BMS15 Bluetooth Mouse


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I personally use HP X4000B - mouse & Logitech Bluetooth Multi-device Keyboard K480, I've found both to be extremely reliable


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The short answer to your question is no. While there is an Ubuntu variant that works on phones and tablets, called Ubuntu Touch, you cannot just download Ubuntu Touch and install it on your phone as you would install a regular Ubuntu desktop on a computer. If you are highly tech savvy you may be able to install it on a very limited number of supported ...


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The short answer to your question is yes. In the form of Ubuntu touch. Have a search on google and you will be able to find the link to download it and install it. I have this on both my new phone and tablet. You can now buy phones and tablet with just Ubuntu on them. Still new but showing promise. The good thing is is that when you connect a blue tooth ...


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If there is a lock file in /home/phablet/.config/osmscout.fransschreuder, delete it.


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Once you boot into Ubuntu Touch, connect to the chosen Wi-Fi network. Then, drop to the shell prompt. adb shell Then check the current IP address of your device and verify if it's the same IP as Android. If not, then follow the steps below. root@ubuntu-phablet:~# ip addr show wlan0 Navigate to the NetworkManager folder and look for the Wi-Fi SSID name ...


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As suggested you can modify /etc/NetworkManager/system-settings A quick Google search reveals this guide With a text editor. This is in XML format, if you're unfamiliar don't be afraid. Skim through the whole thing, it's like a settings screen. You need to determine which device is represented by your WiFi adapter. ip addr show wlan0 Find your wifi ...


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The Exec format error means you are using the wrong file for your computer. Most likely you were trying to use the 64 bit version on a 32 bit Ubuntu. You need to download the right one. Type arch in a terminal to be sure which you should use. If you get something like i386 as I suspect, download the "Linux 32 Bit version" under the heading "Direct links ...


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Ubuntu touch apps write to ~/.local/share/applicationName, where applicationName is the name you defined in MainView and manifest.json.in You can access data in that directory via a c++ addon. You find a great example in the code from Podbird: https://launchpad.net/podbird Focus on the QStandardPaths class. However, most times it is not necessary to know ...


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Go to the phone app, than pull up the window at the bottom were it says Recent: lists All and Missed calls!


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I had the exact same problem on a Nexus 7. I just tried again, this time using a writable image, and issued this via ADB: ubuntu-device-flash touch --channel=ubuntu-touch/stable/ubuntu It worked! I'm not sure if the writable image has any effect. You might want to try this with your current image, after making sure you're using the appropriate channel ...


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I have excatly the same problem as you. I have filled bug for this behavior here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/canonical-devices-system-image/+bug/1568889


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Thank you Luksus. using this vpn-editor everything could be specified. For cyberghost-VPN I mainly took the parameter settings from the file openvpn.ovpn (e.g. Remote server address and portnumber) and I was now also able to specify my username and the password. These settings work for me.


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There is a click-package that provides more configuration-options, including ca-certificate only with username and password. But you still cannot import the ovpn-file. You have to set the options manually in the app. Get the latest (0.3.1) click-package here, you can download it directly to the phone: http://people.canonical.com/~pete/vpn-editor/ Then ...


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This may not be the only problem, but you will most likely need to update to version 1.0.32 to succeed. See this question.



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