Device page infos wrong
Keneda last edited by Keneda
"This device currently offers minimal features, most of the smart functionalities might not work yet. It can be a very nice second device."
I run UT on MX4 from its launch by canonical and it's a perfectly fonctionnal phone.
Only battery percentage is bugging, but as i understood it was also the case under android.
I know very few if not no one will get a MX4 now, but its device page is wrong, please correct it.
ThePossessor last edited by ThePossessor
From how I get this, the quoted sentence is some kind of "Automated Usability" assessment.
And yes, I agree with you. The sentence is very misleading. I am using this phone too as a daily driver and from all my different UT phones it is currently the most feature complete and stable. Except for my BQ tablet.
Some people though might miss Anbox patches or Torchlight or even external monitor support. Also since it is one of the legacy devices it might get dropped at some point.
I think the "Automated Usability" still needs a lot of love before it always gives a useful statement.
I have to admit I am very happy to have the devices pages at all. I really love the feature lists. Still I noticed that the feature lists in the devices pages is not the same for all devices. Some of them are missing info or the other way around have additional info compared to others. This makes it harder to detect missing features or even to compare devices ports. Again, I think this just needs some more love.
Lakotaubp last edited by
The work on the devices page is on going with more on the way. As with all things it will take a little time but updates are coming.
Kaizen last edited by
@Keneda Thank you for noticing that it is incorrect (That is a 'beta' feature and require future work). If you find more devices that do not stand behind their statement, please share
There is a link to improving the information on every Device page, so if you are convinced arale is good for anyone, please add words to its review. It would be nicer to have humans write words than data-driven text