Ubuntu Touch Q&A 95 Saturday 27th February At 19:00 UTC.
Moem last edited by
Ubuntu Touch Q&A 95 is this Saturday 27th February
Your headline says March.
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@moem Not anymore
Moem last edited by
Are you thinking at something like enterprise ubuntu touch, for ex. have contracts with some companies that would use phones with UT for their employees. In this way you would attract more money. We have BQ devices that are fully working, and companies are able to use them. Is this real at the moment?
Aury88 last edited by Aury88
Pine64 choosed to ship pinephone with Plasma Mobile on Manjaro ARM base from this point on.
Q1 are you surprised?
Q2 What do you think is the motivation behind this decision?
Q3 Is manjaro/plasma seen as a more robust/mature project or as a more enjoyable experience or was only a problem of (missing) comunication about advancement in the development of ut for pinephone ?
I know we are very friend and bound togheder with the manjaro team ( I too LOVE their os) but a friendly competition could also be healthy...so maybe... Q4 are you thinking a B plan/strategy to compensate/answer to this situation?
Regarding Lomiri on Manjaro ARM for the PinePhone, in your view, what are the biggest issues to be overcome?
poVoq last edited by
Any news on GPU acceleration in the browser as hinted by Marius in the last Q&A?
Was the web-notifications support ever merged into Morph?
lduboeuf last edited by
Probably already covered or talked but do we have some stats for UT?. ( devices repartition, nb of dev/rc/stable users, etc...)
Keneda last edited by Keneda
As i see, anbox will be included for "supported devices".
As i learned recently, MX4 is kind of supported thanks to Marius work : https://forums.ubports.com/topic/1679/how-to-anbox-for-meizu-mx4-arale
Can i hope MX4 will get anbox preinstalled in OTA16?
I paste that here, maybe it's more its place to get answered...
rik last edited by
There has been lots of back and forth discussion about VoLTE for the US specifically on Telegram. To understand more, is it only the US that is moving toward "VoLTE only" by carriers? I believe the discussion indicated that the closed nature of VoLTE makes it very difficult for Ubuntu Touch to work with.
Any clarification of what carriers would work in the US, and if there is any other locations going VoLTE only (Europe?) would be appreciated! The reason I am wondering about other locations that may also be VoLTE is because the broader this challenge the more likely to pool resources to try and tackle the problem. Hopefully isn't a US only problem
I would like to be able to easily roll back to a previous version of Ubuntu Touch, if I wanted too is this possible?
My concerns comes from a thread where it was thought that Anbox was preinstalled with an recent update, even though it wasn't true I wouldn't want something like that, or maybe I might just like the look of an older version of Ubuntu Touch rather than the update.