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Did you install 15.04 and how did you install. My device gets stuck during boot screen and never comes out. Suggestions please.


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Was 15.04 successful for you on Nexus 5?


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But before, how did you get pass the booting issue on Nexus 5 please? For my case, it got stuck in Ubuntu BOOT logo screen and its infinitely waiting there...


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Were you able to successfully install Ubuntu Touch on Nexus 5 and till where it booted? I am stuck in Ubuntu boot logo, just curious.


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I can't even pass the boot logo issue on Nexus 5 with Ubuntu touch. Followed instructions and image downloaded from: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Devices. How did you guys get pass the boot issue and entered main Ubuntu Touch menu?


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I am in the same situation and not able to proceed further with debugging. Has someone found something useful, which can pass the boot logo and boot into Ubuntu Touch?


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i am quite sure that is some virus scam. I bet they try to make you send or receive a paid sms or such a thing. But i am not aware of a method to harm your sim-card. This looks like an overlay Fullscreen Advertisment from back in the days when not everyone was using addBlock on Desktop Browsers.


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Right now transfer via bluetooth is still not included in Ubuntu Touch. Developers are currently working on it and most probably this feature will be activated with the OTA-10 update which should arrive in March, 2016. See this bug report for details.


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Try the workaround provided here Open the terminal app on the phone (or alternatively connect to desktop and use adb) and run: sudo mount -o remount,rw / then run: sudo apt-get install camera-app Some known issue: Two functioning camera icons in app menu, one updated, one stuck on old version (see comment #5 of this bug report)


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not sure if I understand you question. But in my case, when I go to "System Settings", then "Mobile" then I can edit the names of the SIM cards but the numbers next to the names are fixed and associated with the SIM cards (and can not be changed). In one case it is just some number (not a telephone number) and in the other case, it used to be the telephone ...


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This script was a good one, however, it's aging and not supported anymore. The good news is that you have easier way now with snapcraft to do it! Basically, you have snapcraft parts, and you can attach to them some stage-packages that will download your deb from the Ubuntu repo (ppa support is in progress). The resulting binary will be put in the snapcraft ...


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Test https://github.com/mikix/deb2snap script, seems pretty good. I'm not sure about future updates, though. See also How do I repackage a .deb for Ubuntu Snappy?


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I ran into the first problem of not finding stable manta. That's because it doesn't exist. You can search with ubuntu-flash-device query like this. > ubuntu-device-flash query --list-channels --device=manta ubuntu-touch/devel-proposed/ubuntu ubuntu-touch/devel/ubuntu ubuntu-touch/devel/krillin.en > You can also browse the server at ...


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For everybody who is considering Ubuntu (15) as OS on the Lenovo flex 2: I highly recommend it. My experience was flawless. It worked out of the box, no bs with drivers as with win 7 and win 10. And I cannot imagine ever going back to Windows again. Ubuntu really is a pleasure to the eye on my HD screen. Touch however, does not work so well but the rest ...


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same problem here with a Spanish Bluetooth keyboard, which only "talk" in English with the phone (meizu mx4 official) (eg: = gives ), ? gives _, etc ..) i tried an Ubuntu command but it doesn't work.. sudo loadkeys es no error message given, but no change on my shell phone program... thanks in advance if someone have a good idea :-) fred


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There is no release of quickly package in Ubuntu 15.10. You can see here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/wily/+source/quickly Try any other version of Ubuntu.


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Folks, finally I managed to solve the issue. The X11 error is issued because I used the syncevolution commands with "sudo". Also I cleaned up all the /home/phablet/.cache/syncevolution/* files, and removed the /home/phablet/.config/syncevolution directory. Reconfigured syncevolution (NOT using sudo) and then everything worked :)


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Unfortunately, Ubuntu Touch isn't very strong in garbage clean-up, so some files of some applications don't get deleted when the application is removed... Only a reset to default factory settings does that, but then you lose all applications/settings that you had! (which aren't provided here to prevent a less tech-savvy user then you from executing them, ...


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There seems to be some variation between the eduroam setups at different organisations: my configuration works at QUT (Bris Vegas, AU), and worked at ANU, but doesn't get to the IP address stage at Monash Clayton campus (Melbourne, AU). My configuration - almost the same as Julien's, above; Wireless Security : WPA & WPA2 Enterprise Authentification : ...


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The project is now called RockWork and is working very good with my Pebble https://launchpad.net/rockwork


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Following this previously answered question, I used the commands at the bottom which appear to create the Click targets themselves outside the Ubuntu SDK. $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/tools-development -y $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-sdk-ide ubuntu-sdk-api-tools $ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-sdk-api-15.04-armhf ...


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It's telling you that, along with ubuntu-sdk-libs:armhf, you must install liboxideqt-qmlplugin:armhf.


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https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Bugs https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/FindRightPackage I still have no idea how I'd find the "package" for the wizard that gets in my way, but the above links should get me closer.


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In this link, we read that: You can use the Trademarks, in accordance with Canonical’s brand guidelines, with Canonical’s permission in writing. If you require a Trademark licence, please contact us (as set out below). You will require Canonical’s permission to use: (i) any mark ending with the letters UBUNTU or BUNTU which is sufficiently similar to the ...


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I for one flashed the latest OTA-9 on the Nexus 4 and both Bluetooth and Wifi work together as I tested streaming Youtube via Bluetooth while connected to Wifi. So the best thing to do is try and flash the device again.


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Using the standard installation process https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/start/ubuntu-for-devices/installing-ubuntu-for-devices/ with the Ubuntu compiled image for the Nexus 4 is not an option for you?


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Here is a blog post explaining how the blogger did it, maybe something for you in there. https://sturmflut.github.io/ubuntu/convergence/2015/11/01/ubuntu-convergence-part-1/ I did a search on google to find this page using "ubuntu touch nexus 4 usb hdmi cable"


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worked well here with revision OTA-8 BQ Aquaris E4.5. thanks for your mini-tutorial. I add some informations: On phone device: android-gadget-service enable rndis sudo route add default gw your_computer_usb_ip echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 > /etc/resolvconf/conf.d/tail resolvconf -u On computer: echo 1 | sudo tee /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward sudo iptables ...


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The document viewer on the Ubuntu Phone is one developed by Ubuntu Core App Developers supported by LibreOffice it opens Open Documents, and $MS along with PDF files as well. found very few issues with it. I have been using my Meizu MX4 phone for a number of months now, getting better all the time. Hopefully in the not to distant future we will have a ...


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Well, as of Ubuntu version OTA-9, that the BQ Aquaris E5 Ubuntu Edition now has, there is finally VPN. It should work with nordvpn as they have OpenVPN. It is not super-easy to configure though... ...here is what you will need to do: VPN is now supported on Ubuntu Touch via NetworkManager but there is no official GUI yet to configure it. Fortunatly Pete ...


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I read that in normal mx4 (not pro) you can boot ubuntu, but will I be able to boot it on mx4 pro? No. All supported devices are listed here does anyone know the source where can i buy this one? The MX4 Ubuntu edition seems to be sold out at the moment (January 2016). Meizu has the same hardware in both versions of MX4 (Android and Ubuntu ...


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OTA-9 gives us finally the option to use custom ringtones with just some clicks rather than command line. Simply go to Settings - Sound and choose under Ringtones for Custom Ringtone, which is placed in the end of the list. From there you get to choose your file manager (or another app) and go to the appropriate folder, where you have stored the piece of ...


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Solved in OTA-9 (2016/01/27) by SIM tag https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/telephony-service/+bug/1460301


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Solved it. Turned out that "scope"'s corresponding value is supposed to specify a directory: "hooks": { "my-scope": { "apparmor": "my-scope.apparmor", "scope": "my-scope" } }, I changed "scope": "my-scope" to "scope": "." to specify the current directory: "hooks": { "my-scope": { ...


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Where rw is read-write, ro is read-only: sudo mount -o remount,ro / See man 8 mount.


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I think you may take a look in http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-touch/daily-preinstalled/current/ This is what I have found while I was trying to port Ubuntu Touch to my device. Hope it helps.


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Here you can find the image you're looking for: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-touch/daily-preinstalled/current/


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Just tried Nexus 4 with latest stable Touch and a non-powered OTG cable that works for Nokia N900. Mouse wasn't even powered. Note: Nexus was on the welcome screen, because the touchscreen is broken.


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On the Android Central Forum website where I read this, what they did was to cut a sheet of graph paper and place it over a working phone of the same model, of course, and mark where the presses were required for imput. Then they placed the paper over the broken phone and were able to get everything working. This assumes that the screen is broken but ...


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Unlocking bootloader does not require a functional touchscreen, boot menus are fully controllable by hardware buttons. Commands history: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/ppa sudo apt update sudo apt install ubuntu-device-flash phablet-tools # Press Down and Power buttons on the phone, connect the USB cable fastboot oem unlock # Up, Power to ...


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Simply put support for Colorovo tablet never even existed.


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For security reasons, arbitrary third party scopes in the store cannot be aggregator scopes. As aggregators can see the data returned by the results of any child scopes, it would be a privacy leak to allow arbitrary third party scopes to see that data, as they could do anything with it, and there could be private data returned. Your scope can provide ...


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you can use ListModel.append() add two TextField elements (one for nome_evento and the other for tipo_evento) and a Button So when you click on the button it should append what you wrote on the textfields Button{ onClicked : if(texField1.text !== "" && texField2.text !== ""){ nome_eventoModel.append({"nome_evento": ...


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Since yesterday I have on my Nexus 7 2012 desktop Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS, so I think steps for reproduce this on Ubuntu Touch can be similar (or you can try desktop version). So everything you doing on your own risk. :-) My steps was in short this: Flash Ubuntu 13.04 via Fastboot (commands in previous answer) Edit file with repositories at ...


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before you start to install Ubuntu Touch you should test your device. I think this link help you. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/linux/how-install-ubuntu-touch-image-3531970/


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With BQ E4.5 and OTA-8 (as of beginning of Jan 2016), for music and pictures, I did not need to do anything to make use of the micro SD card. Formatted it with the "External Drive" app, then put that card on a laptop, put some music on the Music folder of the card, put back the card on the phone and the music was found in the Music app. For the camera, it ...


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Answer: Scope development isn't supported in Go on Ubuntu 14.04. I'm now dev'ing in Ubuntu 15.10, and all is well!


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Dekko: Press the menu on the top left → email settings. Click on the envelope/account name and slide it to the right. A red trash symbol will appear and you can delete the account. Uninstall: There are two ways. You can visit the Ubuntu Store, search for the app, go to the preview screen and choose to delete it. The other way is via the home screen. Just ...


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Will it help unlock the bootloader? Is there any way to unlock it from adb? To unlock the bootloader you run fastboot oem unlock, but you need to confirm this on the phone, so for this part you need the touch screen.


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Just FINALLY got something to work after months of it being broken. I flashed the latest radio available from Google. Go here, link, scroll down to the Nexus 4 section, the bottom one is the latest. Download it, extract it, cd to the directory extract it, then do: adb reboot bootloader fastboot flash radio radio-mako-m9615a-cefwmazm-2.0.1701.07.img Then I ...



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