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I just searched the entire source repository for Ubuntu Touch for "AMR" and there is nothing in there that suggests AMR-WB is used, so the simple answer to your question is: No. Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news…


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For learning using a linux based OS, I would recommend to install Ubuntu (or a different distribution, if you want) on a desktop pc, since Ubuntu touch is still kind of experimental and it will be easier to get help for the well established desktop OS. You might want to try it first in a virtual machine, if you want to keep your old OS and are scared to ...


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The GPS will work without accepting Nokia HERE but it can take time for it to get a position. Get the app SensorsStatus and put it in GPS mode and leave the phone on. Disable the screen lock (security settings) to keep the phone active. After a while the app will show your position. This way you can know GPS is functioning and while this worked on my BQ ...


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By the way, I also need to remove the corresponding model item, but how do I do that? Apparently this was the solution: I just deleted from the model, and the view updated itself. I added an ID to the listElements: ListElement {itemId: 1; itemName: "one"} In the action's onTriggered, I searched for the item and removed it from the model: ...


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Sure you can. Ubuntu touch has just been launched for Meizu 4. I did it on a Nexus 4 with android previously installed. All you need is to follow https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/start/ubuntu-for-devices/installing-ubuntu-for-devices/ which is easy. Don't forget the backup before installation. Beware: Ubuntu touch not yet as developped as Android is !! ...


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Not as simple as that. You would need support in Ubuntu Touch for the hardware in your iOS device. You would also need full access to the iOS device (storage, partitions, bootloader). You also need a hardware infrastructure that allows you to do this. Apple works very hard to make OS changes almost impossible.


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Try tapping the device in the Bluetooth settings and clicking Connect. If you get a PIN prompt, there's a chance you've got the same problem as described in this question. Alternatively if it appears in your connected devices but nothing happens when you press keys, you might be having the same problem as in this question. In either of those cases, it ...


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In addition to add the vendor USB ID: vi ~/.android/adb_usb.ini 0x2a45 I also needed to: vi /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="2a45", MODE="0664" GROUP="plugdev" udevadm control --reload udevadm trigger I restarted the adb server and it worked.



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