@domubpkm You're right, we mess a lot to make things work, the Bq have always been very good, I discovered this way of acting with the Nexus 5, I always had to reboot because the hotspot didn't work, if I got the hotspot to work then the wifi didn't work,
That's why it's very important how to disconnect it, if you want to have wifi later, you will find that the wifi will work fine without having to reboot the phone.
I just installed Ut on my Xiaomi note 7 and the hotspot works too.
@unrealb2 : I think @AppLee is right. Being able to view web/video better and having a large keyboard are plus points of huge phones. Of course, downside to them is they're less easy to carry. In that respect smaller phones are better. Which type you prefer is all a matter of priority. Unfortunately, choice in the latter category is limited. A few more phones would be nice.
I cant see the point of getting the installation of Anbox and suddenly to get preinstalled so many useless apps from Android.
A point might be to make it clear that Anbox has been installed correctly and to have a set of apps for a minimal test of what works and what doesn't in the particular installation.
It might also simply be that a minimal image of android always has that set of applications included.
It might be possible to modify this in the UT Anbox repos. But that just adds to the maintainance burden. So I would propose that questions about which apps are or are not included in a fresh install be raised in the upstream anbox project
@l-00548 Glad it was useful as that was what I hoped might help others with the same interest in getting a cheap means of trying UBports UT.
I am still extremely pleased with this OS and I am now looking at apps that do the same as the ones I use on my Android phone. I am also re-assessing the apps I have on my Android phone and if I actually need to have them.
I know that GPS works on my Nexus 5 but even after to trying uNav and Pure Maps several times, it is still takes several minutes to get "locked on".
Occassionally some things seem a bit laggy and then when doing other things the phone seems very smooth and slick. It may be that this what you get from 8 year old hardware even with a lightweight OS.
So I continue to look for and try apps for my day to day use. I am currently looking for a new password manager as the Bitwarden app, which I already use on my laptop and Android phone, doesn't seem properly to work in the UT app or web app.