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This very question was asked and answered on the BQ support forum: http://www.mibqyyo.com/comunidad/discussion/75471/is-there-any-guidance-i-can-replace-the-ubuntu-with-android-for-m10-fhd/ First you need to download the appropriate firmware: FHD: http://www.mibqyyo.com/en-download/categorias/aquaris-m10-fhd/ HD: http://www.mibqyyo.com/en-download/...


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At the moment, there is no full equivalent to tablet mode in Linux, except Ubuntu Tablet, which you cannot install but only have by buying the tablet. There are some distributions that do support touchscreen features, but they don't support rotation and other full tablet functionalities. Notice that Ubuntu does support touchscreen. See more about it here. ...


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There are multiple different models of the Kindle Fire HD, so without knowing the specific model of your Kindle Fire HD I can't provide information on how to install Ubuntu on it if that is what you are trying to do, however for starters visit the Ubuntu Touch Kindle Fire HD 8.9" wiki. Visit all of the links on the wiki and review all of the instructions ...


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With MapToOutput you can specify a specific screen (e.g.: VGA) or screen size that can let you map the tablet area to two monitors. If what you need is to force proportions or reduce the tablet area, then you can use the xsetwacom parameter Area: $ xsetwacom list parameters | grep Area Area - Valid tablet area in device coordinates. ResetArea ...


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If you don't want to install apps from the app store, because you don't want an Ubuntu One account, then you will have to build the packages from source and side-load them. You can side-load an app if you have the click package for it, by putting the click on the device, and running pkcon install-local --allow-untrusted foo.click for example. You can use ...



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