If I remember correct, you need to use newer python library with Mopidy. Xenial has too old..
I installed Mopidy with Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 - chroot and it is working fine.
If I remember correct, there are no Anbox kernel for Nexus 4.
However those old Nexus phones are really hard to brick.
Can you access fastboot mode? Press simultaneously "power" and "volume down" buttons and release those when fastboot is shown.
I once had in my android phone some swipe bar on bottom where I could do following..
-swipe right I could get back
-swipe left to access currently running apps
-swipe up to get home screen
I had bottom bar disabled and this tiny bar on very bottom of the screen. Worked beautifully.
Maybe something like this could work UT also.
subscribed :- a great idea, many will just look, but others will join up
next one :- howto install on pinephone
Yes, I hope those videos gain some interest, so new users may join the UT community.
I will probably buy either Pinehone or Librem 5, so there will be video about that.
I was thinking Mopidy (spotify) guide for next video. It is going to be a bit complicated and may be also long video, if I get it to work. I had it running for a long time when I last time used Ubuntu Touch as my daily driver.
In your 6th video, you are showing installation of Anbox. You use an image dedicated to Nexus 5 (hammerhead).
By my side, I'm using a Nexus 4 (mako). I didn't find any image for this device. Do you know a way to install Anbox on Nexus 4 ?
Sadly, there are no Anbox image for Nexus 4. If I remember correct, did Nexus 4 have too old kernel which didn't support needed Anbox kernel modules. I may remember wrong..
On another topic, have you considered PeerTube ?
I have never heard of it. I will check that. Thanks!
Thanks a lot HendriXXX for these videos, very good initiative!
Which GNU/Linux distribution (the one we see in the videos) do you use?
It is just basic Ubuntu 18.04 beneath, but I have LXDE desktop installed. My old laptop doesn't like Gnome very much, LXDE is much faster.
I have made a few Ubuntu Touch videos.
There are simple videos about installing UT, installing apps, anbox etc..
Today I finished a video about setting up development environment with clickable and Atom-editor.
I hope this help someone new to Ubuntu Touch.
Here is playlist.
Ubuntu Touch videos
Little stats from Purism forums about ordered Librem 5 devices.
I had also problems with my N5 battery. Biggest problem was battery usage when mobiledata on. With wifi battery lasts forever. Also when using phone, like browsing, it drained quite much battery and phone was also hot.
My workarounds was;
I was very happy to find this post. I have been looking for ways to reduce battery usage on my Meizu Pro 5. So I was eager to try the things mentioned here.
$ cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_available_governors interactive
interactiveis available on my kernel.
But nonetheless, thank you very much for the post. It serves to remind us that there is a real Linux kernel underneath the lovely UTouch interface.
Thanks! I am not developer but I like to tweak Linux everywhere possible. Just trying different things all to time..
I think it should be possible to add conservative governor in M5pro kernel just by enabling it and compile. I will check today what gov options my N4 has.