Ubuntu Touch Q&A 90 Saturday 5th December At 19:00 UTC
I was wondering, why the logscreen does not rotate any more. It is fixed in rotation which is sometime a bit annoying.
ivo_xavier last edited by
can we expect the A-GPS feature during the next year?
arubislander last edited by
@thebest3000 I don't think the lock screen ever rotated.
@arubislander I think it did. Well a long time ago when it was still at Canonical.
dobey last edited by
@thebest3000 It didn't. Phones always have lock screen in portrait mode, and tablets/PCs always in the landscape mode, iirc. I'm pretty sure lock screen never rotated.
Yeah, lock screen never rotated but obviously ideally it can rotate especially with the upcoming and current fxtec devices. I think there's an open PR for it but it seems that it became stagnant.
Hello ubports team,
Thanks for your great efforts to customize diffirent ROMs for so many devices. I just successfully installed UT on my old Nexus 5. After 2-day use, I find the battery duration is not thaaaaaat satisfied：（ 555
So I am quite looking forward to your development on Oneplus 6, especially via installer. It is much easier for users like me without good coding & developing skills. If there is a WeChat dev. plan in the same time, that will help a lot.
Btw, could you open more donation channels like Alipay? Since Paypal donation is not allowed in China....
Lakotaubp last edited by Lakotaubp
@gizmochicken Hey there my Nexus 4 is a Halium port. I don't know if it's mostly primarily phone enthusiasts here, but those ports allow people to have Ubuntu on $35 phones.... Since that is my price point for a phone. We can't all wait for the Librem 5, and I started with Linux to save an old computer. Why can't we do the same with phones? I don't know how old my phone is but it works great to me.
AppLee last edited by
Hi, as stated before, the Q&A has passed.
To avoid confusion/mistakes with the future Q&A, please create a new topic if you want to continue the discussion further.
BTW The question you're referring to has been answered in Q&A those ports are mostly made by the community, so support for older phones will continue if the community is willing to.
I'll lock this thread, but feel free to open a new topic and answer there.