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If you followed the instructions on that page you overwrote Android with Ubuntu, so there is nothing to dual boot to. If you want to restore the backup of Android you made, there is a set of instructions linked from that page: http://developer.ubuntu.com/start/ubuntu-for-devices/reinstalling-android/ If you want to set up your device for dual boot, you ...


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It requires two steps. First, get the full name of the click package. On the device, as the phablet user: click list And find the full package name in the first column. Second, on the device as the root user: click unregister --user=phablet <package name> Where is the full package name obtained in step 1. The above can be scripted and run from ...


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You can find a list of supported devides here. For each device there is a list of what is working and what is not. The only phone from your list which is listed there is the Lenovo A390 as work in progress. You should look for a different phone which has better support.


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The issue here is lack of available system reseources. error: cannot load 'system.img': Cannot allocate memory is talking about your system memory, as the file is loaded into memory before being sent across to the device. Try freeing up resources (close unnecessary programs) and then retry the commands.


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I tried some of the ip addresses on my browser and sure enough looking at the list I noticed . . . These are all for "updates" and "security" updates which are no longer provided because 13.04 is EOL - LOL. There are no updates for this version of Ubuntu anymore. You must use a newer version of Ubuntu or remove the update & security URLs from ...


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You can't unless you get involved in porting and work around the obvious hardware limitations and probably missing driver support. The official requirements for Ubuntu on phones were from the Galaxy Nexus (1 GB RAM, 1.2 GHz dualcore) but the device was dropped from support and moved to the Nexus 4 (2 GB RAM, 1.5 GHz quadcore). Verizon promises a 2.3.6 ...


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You can now simply flip a switch in System Settings -> Accounts for any of your google accounts and it will take care of syncing your contacts (and calendar) for you.


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There's no built-in equivalent, but you can reproduce this behavior by setting up a message handler in a user script that triggers an event in the DOM that you handle in the HTML document. For each of these steps, the code to be executed is passed along. For a simple example: oxide-test.qml import QtQuick 2.0 import Ubuntu.Components 0.1 import ...


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Do you have a map/navigation application? If you do, then I expect that you would be able to set a marker on the actual map and then use navigation prompts to get you back to your vehicle. There is a Google Now card that does this (seems to work OK on my Android).


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Except for the Bluetooth compatibility there is no other software compatibility device in Ubuntu. Having its demand in future they may get it soon. The upcoming android auto may help you with a number of safety features. copart auto auction


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Ubuntu phones is not available for the Nokia phone. It has only been made and optimized for the Google Nexus phones and tablets, not Nokia. Sorry for the inconvenience Cheers


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The answer is Yes (for both questions), but before testing your code on the Nexus 7 (2013), you'll need to run Utopic (14.10) on your laptop/desktop to get access to the latest development tools. Follow the installation steps (using the development channel to get a 14.10 image). Install the required packages to manage your device: sudo apt-get install ...


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This is very simple to fix. It is complaining that is can't find the file invoke-rc.d: unknown initscript,/etc/init.d/modemmanager not found. I have installed the kubuntu-desktop package on a cloud9 instance and recived the same error. My simple fix is because there is no file /etc/init.d/modemmanager Simply touch /etc/init.d/modemmanager


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sorry i'm so late but that's it this is how to make an os command on php <?php shell_exec("os command"); ?> <?php // lets try to download file shell_exec("wget filename.zip"); ?> //Usage : let's make a youtube downloader for name this index.htm <html> <head> <title>youtube Downloader</title> </head> ...


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There is another way, from: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Testing # Run this in another terminal window and leave it running to # make sure display stays on for the tests: adb shell powerd-cli display on bright


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From this post: How can I force the phone screen to stay on phablet@ubuntu-phablet:~$ sudo stop powerd That works for me. But if powerd is stopped, the device won't suspend using the power button. Or you can do this: # Run this in another terminal window and leave it running to # make sure display stays on for the tests: adb shell powerd-cli ...


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There is an 1100/900 ratio between the system and video memory. Since 900M is reserved for video at boot, the system can only see the remaining 1.1G. Source


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Command line was yesterday: I did a clean install of Ubuntu Touch 14.10 (r106) from the devel-channel and I was asked to sync with my google account after starting the contacts app. A quick test revealed that it is actually a two-way sync.


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QtWebKit is not the supported API in the SDK to use for phones. You need to use Oxide instead. You can do this with: import com.canonical.Oxide 1.0 It provides mostly the same API as QtWebKit does.


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This is expected. Ubuntu Touch, when installed, overwrites your Boot, OS, and Recovery partition. The dual booter only sacrifices your Recovery partition. There is no way (except with MultiROM) to create two "OS" partitions. It is a quick-n-dirty hack. (See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/DualBootInstallation) In other words, you HAVE to give up something ...


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I've never had much success with running the emulator either so I can't help you there but as far as debugging goes, yes, it is better to debug on the phone. As far as devices go it's best to use hardware officially supported by Canonical. You can find a list of supported devices here.


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