Why I love UT



  • @Nathan123 You're not getting borred with it, for sure!



  • @Keneda I've tried with it, but I can't find a risize option whatsoever, just change the proportions width/height.



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    Here's another nice feature that you won't find on Android or iOS: The screen with the apps turns in landscape and works as suposed! Pretty neat!



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    This touch of design doesn't become apearent until you set a colorful background. The tray changes it's color and simulate transparency!
    Cool!



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  • @MrSureNot "just to point out that we can't substantiate any of your statement about your ISP or government. As this forum is for Ubuntu Touch, political issues and discussion are better suited in other places. Thanks for your understanding."



  • @Lakotaubp said in Why I love UT:

    just to point out that we can't substantiate any of your statement about your ISP or government. As this forum is for Ubuntu Touch, political issues and discussion are better suited in other places. Thanks for your understanding."

    I’m not talking about politics and I’m not trying to provoke a biased attitude towards you, like you and I have the right to personal space everywhere, in life and on the Internet, I’m sure that you won’t like it if different companies climb your phone to collect about you information to sell it.



  • while in our country, without telling anyone, they introduced general supervision and data collection about everything through android smartphones, and with the entry into force of a new law prohibiting the sale of phones without preinstalled software (spyware), I decided to install Ubuntu, because my telecommunications operator reflashed the phone remotely and installed a launcher on it that cannot be removed, and when they are flashed, they install the launcher again and again .... This trick will not work with Ubuntu. For this, I purchased a nexus 5 in the secondary market. Of course, there are problems with it, for example, NFC does not work, but I think that this problem will be solved in time, in addition, I installed Anbox (personalized for Lakotaubp removed company name and country indication)



  • @MrSureNot
    Hi, don't take it wrong, we are just pointing out that we cannot substanciate what you claim:

    • the law forcing spywares on phones
    • reflashing the phone without consent
    • ...

    We don't know about those things and it's best left out. We can agree on the fact that Open Source is better for privacy and that it protects its users from spywares. That should be it.

    Thanks for your understanding.



  • @AppLee I decided to install ubuntu just because it was simple and anyone can do it, and this will help users to keep their data safe, unlike the android with its propriety and a bunch of hidden backdoors


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