@c0n57an71n Ok thanks. should have been more precise: in fact what I'm most interested in is whether the cellular data works, i.e. whether the internet works with SIM (doesn't work at all for me with SIM on the Volla at the moment, ok with wifi) : so it's the conf managing best the SIM APN and cellular data that I want to test.
I updated my Aquaris with 2020-W50 the 14/12. The bluetooth stopped to work properly.
Device: Aquaris E5 HD ubuntu Edition
Channel: release candidate
now no chance to connect to VolksWagen car infotainment ;
no chance to set bluetooth to visible mode
no chance to do and receive calls via bluetooth.
@doniks I think that was the missing link for me, thanks! I didn't consider that I could just build new debs for those projects and install them to test. Much appreciated! And as for the kernel stuff, thank you for that too! I will play around with installing a new kernel.
True some phones might have space issue. But in the end we are talking about what? 400 Vs 800 mb or so? Most phones will be fine with that easily.
But anyways, could be optional, and A/B booting would definitely make RW hacking much easier as the video presenter also explains.
But my main though is that this has a high chance of being more standardized as a normal way of booting Linux (Since Collabora and Valve are working on it), so it might be worth considering for Ubports to get behind this effort and thus build on upstream components in the future.
Ok, I have now a fresh flashed Oneplus 3t dev and I installed the GStreamer-droid based camera. In the camera app I see always a 2:2 layout but the pictures I shoot are in the layout I set (16:9 in my example).
Picture from the same position:
Anybody else with this problem? How could I fix this?
namely a way to arrange apps into folders or categories on the desktop: communications into one, maps & navigation into another, utilities into a third and so on.
This is not what they did. To arrange apps the app drawer will be the place for such evolution.
Scopes brought content arrangement, actual images or audio files, they acted more like a search engine for various kind of content.
A scope for Yelp could return restaurants nearby. a scope for foursquare was able to search for restaurants, monuments or hotels...
@domubpkm I'm not sure what it's doing exactly, but a quick look at the code looks like it could certainly be transitioned to Morph.Web and QtWebEngine, perhaps it also needs to use webchannels or websockets for what it's doing.