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No, but you can already do this with Prey regardless of the device (phone, tablet). It has an Ubuntu installer. Besides that ... on the development mailing list there is a proposal ... So i came to me the idea of some cloud service like (android device manager) to handle this issue. The app must be delivered by default and should be registered with the ...


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Today's article on BBC says No, not yet: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-31148661


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According to OMG! Ubuntu! America will hear news about an exclusive Ubuntu Phone from an as-yet-unnamed manufacturer in June.


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If the programs come from the official repositories, then yes, you submit bug reports to launchpad.net. In the case of packages in the universe pocket, they generally receive less attention and so may not be fixed by someone in the Ubuntu world, but hopefully someone ( and you yourself could jump in and do this ) will forward the bug to the upstream ...


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Apparently it is out there for sale (in Europe) already, released a few hours slash days ago: http://www.engadget.com/2015/02/06/ubuntu-phone-launch/ http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/mobile-phone/3503217/ubuntu-phone-release-date-price-specs/ http://www.bq.com/gb/products/aquaris-e4-5.html The all-new BQ Aquaris E4.5 Slots for two micro-SIM ...


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I've used "aptitude" to update / upgrade 15.04 and ran into some problems. the cache used a lot of space resulting in errors "ran out of space" some of the main Ubuntu touch components had been removed in the process - leaving the phone useful only in terminal mode but without the touchscreen applications 3) apt-get6 update seemed to run nicely but after ...


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You have two problems: Click package creation is possible only for phone or emulator target. The click package reation is disabled when your target is the desktop. You have a broken emulator on your machine. It is a know and fixed bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qtcreator-plugin-ubuntu/+bug/1409596 The today's release contains the fix for ...


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There are hints of a new manufacturer in June that will make it available to the U.S. Who, what, and actually when is anyone's guess. Source: Check out @omgubuntu's Tweet: https://twitter.com/omgubuntu/status/565596316622147585?s=09 If you want a retail everyday phone, it would be best to buy one from a manufacturer preinstalled. However if you are a ...


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The phone images do not yet support device encryption. There are plans to add it at some point, yes.


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The bq will only be sold on the EU. The meizu will be sold in China an the EU. TheY have plans for USA but have not reveal anything about when it will be avalaible. Read this link.



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