@ckrnkfrnchmn Pixel 3a or 3aXL. The Pixel 3 does not have a port that i am aware of. I have a P2XL, and a P3a. Power and features are better on the 3a/XL, processor is better on the 2XL. Had a P2. IMO the P2XL is better than the P2. The P3a/3aXL are most complete feature wise and is just a really nice build.
Be sure to get one that is both network unlocked and bootloader unlocked - ie not a Verizon model
This is with the latest version of Android Studio.
All my devices get picked up in Windows as Android devices and connect without issue after installing Android Studio. I always had issues just installing specific USB, ADB and fastboot drivers for devices.
What I have found, much like PC's is as you have done is to persevere. You worked it out in the end, good luck with UT.
Thank you that is a clear statement VoLte possibly in 12 months. So I won't have to ask that question anymore. I think Ubuntu Touch will work much better with Ubuntu 20-04 as a substructure. I understand that this will be a Mahmut project for the developers. Good luck guys, you can do it already 🙂
@lsitongia OK that is some progress, with the PRODATA for Internet APN entry. There are some MMS patches getting made as we speak, they are being targeted for OTA-21.
Again, the ofono 28 linked above for a "combined APN" (for "Internet + MMS") isn't quite ready but will further improve things when it gets in: I am currently using it and it works well (I can get MMS on 3G now, couldn't before with separate APN for MMS and Internet), but it will reset APN entries often (so I needed to edit the "defaults" so when they are deleted and reset they are still correct) so there are some bugs / blockers. Defaults come from /usr/share/mobile-broadband-provider-info/serviceproviders.xml