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I use QuaZip in the Epub module of Beru. But I've taken a different approach and just compile QuaZip as part of my module. This CMakeLists.txt shows how I did it. I'm not sure if the QuaZip .so is included in the Touch image, or if the apparmor restrictions allow you to use it if it is, so this seemed the safest approach.


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It's caused by https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/telepathy-ofono/+bug/1379836 You can reflash to an earlier image (RTM #4), manually revert the telepathy-ofono package (see comment #6 in the LP bug link), or manually restart the ofono service (comment #11 in the link)


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WhatsApp doesn't have an open API. Some open source projects have reverse-engineered the protocol, but they still need a client token which WhatsApp doesn't give out to 3rd parties.


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Since I needed the phone I went with the "wip data / factory reset" option from the recovery. It worked as follows : all user data wiped and Ubuntu Touch restored to lattest update, that solved my problem.


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To allow communication between your Nexus 7 and your host system you'll need to enable the developer mode on your Ubuntu-touch device. Go to System Settings -> About this phone -> Developer mode: With the developer mode activated, you have several options to start a ssh connection to your device: From the Ubuntu SDK (you can even reboot from there): ...


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Here is a simpler and more up-to-date answer for Ubuntu Touch 14.09/14.10. Even if it is easier that it used to be (no need to be root, no need to use the developer mode...) an app that automates this would be appreciated. Import Copy your contacts (as one or multiple .vcf, other formats might work too) to your device. Let's say that you put them in a ...


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You can learn and follow MIR development through the official websites: 1 - http://unity.ubuntu.com/mir/ Submit to the developers mailing list to receive constant updates: 2 - https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/mir-devel Finally see the status of MIR here: 3 - https://code.launchpad.net/~mir-team


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QML is definitely a great option for creating 2D games and can save you a lot of time and lines of code compared to other languages. As an example, V-Play (www.v-play.net) is a cross platform 2D game engine based on Qt/QML with many useful V-Play QML game components for handling multiple display resolutions & aspect ratios, an entity & component ...


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It doesn't work for me either. You may want to try connecting to eduroam manually from terminal but it is not that simple process and I haven't tried that.


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From Installing Ubuntu on devices: Enabling read-write mode By default the system is read-only. You can switch to read-write mode, although this disables Ubuntu system upgrades. The main purpose for this is developing the Ubuntu system directly. This is not required for developing apps or using the system normally. Recovering from read-write ...


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Can you boot to the bootloader by both volume buttons and power button? If yes, try boot to recovery by menu in booloader. If you can go to recovery, then is easy flash original Android ROM. Or you can post tutorial which you follow at installation?


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Try the URL Dispatcher. I don't know if it will work typing the scheme directly into the browser's location bar, but it should work if you click a link with that scheme or if another app tries to open a URL with that scheme.


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The short answer is "no." Strictly speaking, the Linux kernel provides little more than a direct interface to the hardware it is running on. There is an entire stack of additional Android-phone-specific APIs, programs, applications, etc. on which Android applications depend. Additionally, Android does not run on a generic Linux kernel, but instead runs on ...


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You could try to run your application with the unconfined template. In your application manifest file you should have the following lines: "hooks": { "myapp": { "apparmor": "myapp.json", "desktop": "myapp.desktop" } }, Then in the myapp.json apparmor profile, use the following snippet: { "policy_groups": [], ...


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Now, thanks to Vojtěch Boček, who is also behind Ubuntu Touch for Nexus 7 2013 LTE, there is a bug reported on Lauchpad regarding this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/humpolec/+bug/1379034 So, it has no immediate fix, there is a bug in the app.


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You should upgrade your ubuntu-touch image with the one available in the devel channel. But the error that you get is caused by a missing dependency, try to manually re-install the debian click package on your host, open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get install --reinstall click python3-click


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...I think on some Panasonic CF-C2 models (I have the CF-C2CCAZXCM model that comes also with a stylus), the USB id changed and it isn't recognized by the current wacom.ko kernel module . Below are the steps that I used to get the multi-touch, and the stylus working with Ubuntu 14.04 . Please note that these are from my own notes during the process, and may ...


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It is not possible with the current list items to change the font. The solution for now would be to use an Empty list item and to add a Label inside where you change the font. We are working on completely new list items which will be much faster to create, and which will be more flexible including the possibility to change fonts.


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You can use QChart.js - QML bindings for Charts.js (a simple HTML5 Charts javascript library using the canvas element) I forked the project here to support resize events (for a desktop use). I basically need to reset the canvas context to allow resize events to properly redraw the surface with an updated window size (See ...


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After some chat with Ubuntu touch team I'm posting the fix. It turns out that Ubuntu SDK is outdated on Ubuntu 14.04, it must be updated like this: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/tools-development sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Then, edit /usr/share/qtcreator/ubuntu/scripts/qtc_device_applaunch.py as a super user and remove the ...


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It transpires that the unlock code is, '0000', zero,zero,zero,zero as is shown when creating an emulator using the terminal as shown in this article from David Planella, http://www.slideshare.net/DavidPlanella/ubuntu-html5-apps-deep-dive?next_slideshow=1.


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Fixed it. It appears to be that I should not create a ListElement component. Instead, the ListModel should look like: import QtQuick 2.0 import Irc_App 0.1 import "../js/AlertsSettingsFunctions.js" as AlertsSettingsFunction // Using the sounds from the folder ListModel { id: alertsModel objectName: "alertsModel" Component.onCompleted: { ...


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I think you followed the example given here, but in your case you're trying to connect to the component.statusChanged signal and at the same time expecting to see the finishCreation handler to accept arguments. It's not possible. Once connected to the signal, if emitted it will call finishCreation without arguments. I guess that explains why you're seeing ...


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I was recently wondering the same thing, so I researched it and found an article that has very easy and simple steps, and lists what you need. It can be found here: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/linux/3531970/how-install-ubuntu-touch/ Good luck. *WARNING! UBUNTU TOUCH IS NOT FULLY DEVELOPED YET, AND MAY HARM YOUR DEVICE IF NOT INSTALLED PROPERLY! IT ...


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Test this: Download deb packages https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/linux-headers-3.4.0-6-manta_3.4.0-6.25_armhf.deb https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/linux-image-3.4.0-6-manta_3.4.0-6.25_armhf.deb https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/linux-manta-headers-3.4.0-6_3.4.0-6.25_armhf.deb ...


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tl;dr: It's not possible to run Steam and Libreoffice currently, but it eventually might be. The goal of Ubuntu Touch is convergence - the same app being able to run on different devices, like computers and phones. While Ubuntu Touch is Linux-based, graphical programs currently won't work on it unless they're written specifically to run on it. That may ...


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You can use Ubuntu Touch Emulator For More Details Is there an Ubuntu Touch emulator or a way to install it in a VM?


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No. The list of unofficial supported devices includes two Toshiba devices, none of which are the one you showed. Here is the main page for installing Ubuntu on devices, look at the Supported Devices section for more information.


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Importing using the answer from Ralph indeed worked. Thanks. You do need to make sure that you have no contacts without phone number (I had a couple of these in the address book I imported from Google).


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If you set a passcode or passphrase lock on your phone, that is also your user password that the Terminal (and also File Manager) will ask for. This is a security precaution, since Terminal and File Manager have permission to access all your user data, you don't want somebody picking up your unlocked phone and doing evil things with your files.


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For Mir: phablet-screenshot from phablet-tools package. or mirfbdump (a bash script, orginally not support Nexus 5) perhaps can help you. but to me, all fails. sad..... I use Nexus 5.


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Took me a minute, but here you go: cd /usr/share/ofono/scripts/ ./deactivate-context ./set-context-property 0 Protocol ip ./activate-context ifconig ifconfig is just to verify you got an IP. The default protocol is set to ipv6 and doesn't jive with the t mobile network. Happy trails! Now to get gps and navigation working..



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