@ut Reading again the OnePlus 3 forum posts, this looks like a problem of the 3T(?). My OP3T is A3003. Just installed e.foundation and no incoming call volume sound problems. In the past had Lineageos on this device and also no problems.
@pranishres Great video. Successful install on OP3T A3003 (Europe model) with ubports-installer 0.9.7-beta. Had to switch Cellular Connectiontype to 2G/3G to receive calls. On T-Mobile in The Netherlands.
Unfortunately the inclusion of the word "Ubuntu" in the name Ubuntu Touch misleads people into thinking it is a computer operating sytem like all the other Linux distributions. In reality it is not. UT is a telephone operating system that requires its own specific applications.
@mrt10001 Yep seems a pain so I'm not going there. Might try a OP6 at some point but Iseem to stick to odd numbers as far as OP go 1,3,and 5. Also a little rant is not too bad every now and then, better than the infamous wall/floor bounce.
I have about one year experience running the OnePlus3 (without t) as a daily driver.
It works with the same caveats @NoelFlantier described, but the port is abandoned and quite honestly I would not recommend getting one to use with Ubuntu Touch. But if you happen to have one already, sure give flashing it a try and maybe you will like it.
That axolotl is it as safe as Signal? Does it feed anything to anyone? Signal keeps the encrypted data on your device and doesn't share anything, yet...
These are good questions! I don't know the answers, but you can ask the developers directly at this Telegram group: https://t.me/axolotl_dev
It's an open source program, made by devs from the community. You can read more about it here: https://axolotl.chat/
@luksus Quick check on calrndar, 28/10 Thurs. That would mean RC updated on 27/10 runs 7 days then updates on 3/11 catching last dev update on 28th. No dev updates no RC updates, meaning nothing on 10/11. That is if I have my dates right 🙂
@gischpelino Thank you for your observation. Indeed I did install TWRP in order to install "Powered by Ubuntu Touch" flash screen. Being informationally challenged i somehow had both UBports Recovery and TWRP which evidently caused the update to fail. When I reinstalled the OS as Lakotaubp recommended then TWRP vanished thankfully.
@saligari Sadly the OP3/3T in general, not only the GSI experiment has not seem much specific improvements since I originally switch to using UT on it about 1.5 years ago. The non-GSI version works reasonably with some quirks, but I think it is safe to assume that development isn't happening 😞