Ubuntu Installer and Guide
by: Linuxforandroid • 76
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Ever wish you could have a full desktop experience on your phone or tablet? Now you can! With this fully working Ubuntu 10.10 install GUIDE and FILES!
1GHZ processor (recommended)
Android 2.0 or higher
Most stock ROMS will work (No guarantee for custom ROMS)
SD card with at least 4GB of free space
Data connection on your device
What is this?
This is a fully customized Ubuntu 10.10 image themed and optimized for mobile devices. This will allow you to run a full Ubuntu system inside, or for a lack of better terms along side your existing Android install (!!!You can still make calls, text, and use android without having to reboot your phone!!!).
Key features include:
Ability to install a full operating system on your phone
Unity 2d (lightweight gnome)
Working update manager
Working software center
Working BitTorrent app
756MB-1.3 GB free space in virtual drive after install
Ability to access files on your SD card from Ubuntu
Ability to have a full Ubuntu desktop side by side with Android
App provides a detailed instruction set on how to get Ubuntu running on your android device with all of the necessary files and custom Ubuntu image. App provides a 1.5GB custom Ubuntu image designed to work on Android. Please email us if you have any questions. Screen resolution of Ubuntu can be changed to fit your screen exactly from inside Ubuntu once it has been installed. The current resolution is 800x480 however will scale to any screen size tablets included. If you are installing on a tablet Pocket Cloud VNC free or paid versions are encouraged for best performance.
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