Xperia XZ (kagura/F8331/F8332)
@Manchee1017, your DRM keys are gone forever. The OEM binary/image contains proprietary drivers and firmware that Ubuntu Touch needs to work correctly. It does not contain DRM keys.
The OEM image must match what Ubuntu Touch is expecting or else it won't work properly.
If your phone doesn't work after flashing the OEM image, you can flash a different one from fastboot.
@UniSuperBox Yeah, I knew they would be. I tried so hard to back them up but I just could not get anything to work.
For the binaries, are there instructions on how to do it? Is it as easy as using the 0.5.6 launcher to reinstall UT?
@neothethird Hi Neo, I got around to trying to flash the binaries today using 0.7.4 beta. I didn't get any instruction for downloading binaries, it just installed UT and finished.
I installed Ubuntu Touch on my Sony Xperia XZ. It's very good OS. Libertine works fine. UI is quite responsive. I tried to connect external monitor through the USB port, but it didn't work. Charging indicator is not working while screen is on. If you need testers I could help.
I installed the UT on F8332. UT works fine except for the camera and Wifi bug. Big thanks to Devs.
How to get anbox work?
I followed what @c4pp4 mentioned in other thread.
sudo mount -o rw,remount /
sudo apt update
sudo apt install anbox-ubuntu-touch
sudo apt install android-tools-adb
sudo mount -o ro,remount /
adb install FDroid.apk
Everything is pretty much was already installed. It fails when I run anbox-tool install. says
kagura not supported yet !!!
Keneda last edited by
Kernel has to be patched in order to run properly anbox.
Maybe your issue related to that.
c4pp4 last edited by
sudo mount -o rw,remount / sudo apt update && sudo apt install -y anbox-ubuntu-touch android-tools-adb sudo sync sudo mount -o ro,remount / mkdir ~/anbox-data wget -q --show-progress http://cdimage.ubports.com/anbox-images/android-armhf-64binder.img -O ~/anbox-data/android.img touch ~/anbox-data/.enable sudo start anbox-container start anbox-session
mkdir ~/anbox-data wget -q --show-progress http://cdimage.ubports.com/anbox-images/android-armhf-64binder.img -O ~/anbox-data/android.img touch ~/anbox-data/.enable sudo start anbox-container start anbox-session
@c4pp4 Thanks. Although I did not see this post, I followed the same process. It worked, this would be helpful for the community.
UBports Installer 0.8.7-beta (AppImage)
Environment: openSUSE Tumbleweed 20210319 linux 5.11.6-1-default x64 NodeJS v12.18.3
What I did.
1- First try . Enable OEM lock and Debug.
Phone didnt boot.
2-Second try. phone is on the flashmode and light is blue.
ubports app. flashed firmware again then ubport "installation update"
appears on screen after that I unplugged usb cable. No need install rest of it.
3- İt has worked but just incoming call sound doesnt work. when you got a call no ringtone sound just vibration.
Any solution for ringtone sound!
Lakotaubp last edited by
@elmx HI, You have now posted this question twice in two different thread for different devices. Can you please remove the one that does not apply directly to your device. UT ports are very device specific what works on one model will not work on another. Thanks