Noli me tangere OS
My first UT device is a Nexus 7 2013 which I bought specifically for installing UT.
I bought a bq E5 HD Ubuntu Edition and had it brought from Europe to the Philippines through a friend.
I bought a second hand Nexus 5 which has Android, Sailfish OS, UTs (depending on my mood) made possible with multirom.
I developed and published 3 great (self-recognition) apps in the OpenStore named Talaan, Tagatuos, Palitan and Pesbuk.
I mainly develop my apps directly on my Nexus 5 via X-Forwarding using Qt Creator/Geany and clickable.
I've recently been involved in OS bug fixing (one-liners :D) and some OSK enhancements such as the theme support.
Posts made by kugiigi
RE: Ubuntu Touch is working poorly for me on my FP2
I think UT is "bad" for most people but not for those who doesn't expect much and doesn't intend to use UT like Android/iOS.
In my opinion, there are really bad things that were done in the early days of UT that still affects many part of the OS.
I still believe that UT has a bright future.If that's your perception with UT right now, then I guess you should really just go back to Android. You can always go back later on
RE: Ubuntu phones 16.04 connected together
It's possible to use ADB but you'd have to install it first via apt which isn't really officially supported.
And I don't think it'll work in libertine.
guru is right, create a hotspot on one of your device and connect the other to it. This way you don't need external wifi connection. Either setup SSH between the two or use WifiTransfer app.
RE: Which device to buy
The latest phone that UT supports is I think the Meizu PRO 5 which might be hard to get and there are also some regional versions that could have conflicts with UT.
The best phones might be OPO and Nexus 5 in terms of performance, prices and availability.
If you don't plan to use it as daily driver, I would suggest Nexus 5 because it supports wired external display and you can play with the potential of UT