The system requirements for ubuntu touch are not completely obvious to me.

Ubuntu for Android drops in cleanly alongside the rest of Android, so it is easy to integrate into current production roadmaps. The hardware requirements are straightforward and, with a broad range of ARM and x86 hardware supported, it can realistically be added to phones already in development.

Of course, your phone needs the docking capability and hardware support for HDMI and USB. But that’s standard for high-end models in the current generation of devices in development.

Well the "HDMI" requirement probably only applies if you want to use a monitor. I really want to install ubuntu touch on my phone, is there a list of all supported hardware pieces available?

I am curious if it could work with http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_ericsson_xperia_mini-3947.php


According to this site https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Devices

Only The Sony Xperia S & T are currently, they are in Work In Progress although.

Forum devoted to Ubuntu Touch work in progress development


  • Does this mean that ubuntu touch only works with those phones? I thought that the important thing is the hardware inside my phone. Like if the cpu / gpu in my phone already works in an already phone it should also work with my phone. – Maik Klein Mar 28 '13 at 2:55
  • There is a forum that devotes its self to doing the conversion, so its a matter of someone with sufficient knowledge taking the time to do a port. – Meer Borg Mar 28 '13 at 2:56

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