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When you will release a new build, how do we know it? You will put a date or a number? I like UT on my N5, hoping you will fix more bugs.
 
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it's not an eta, it's a question to how to recognize the new version, I'm very patient

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The guy wasn't asking for ETA...

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When you will release a new build, how do we know it? You will put a date or a number? I like UT on my N5, hoping you will fix more bugs.
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No, I wasn't, I'm sorry for my bad english.

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I ran the dist upgrade through adb shell and now my phone won't boot. Any ideas anyone? I've tried holding power and power+ volume up.

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I got it to boot into bootloader eventually and had to reflash my main rom and multiboot. Unfortunately I can't boot Ubuntu touch now for some strange reason.
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Maybe I'm out of the loop here, since I won't run this until it's stable, but it's been my experience with Linux that running dist upgrade is always a bad idea. I'm not sure what repo UT pulls from, but running dist upgrade may be trying to pull packages from the Ubuntu 13.10 mainline repos, which is definitely going to break the install.

The fact that you can't boot or flash again, seems to indicate that dist upgrade nuked your partition, and it needs to be formatted again. I'm not sure if your recovery (or multirom) has a formatting option though... I'm speaking solely based on my trials and errors with various Linux distributions.

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Maybe I'm out of the loop here, since I won't run this until it's stable, but it's been my experience with Linux that running dist upgrade is always a bad idea. I'm not sure what repo UT pulls from, but running dist upgrade may be trying to pull packages from the Ubuntu 13.10 mainline repos, which is definitely going to break the install.

The fact that you can't boot or flash again, seems to indicate that dist upgrade nuked your partition, and it needs to be formatted again. I'm not sure if your recovery (or multirom) has a formatting option though... I'm speaking solely based on my trials and errors with various Linux distributions.

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It is listed in the instructions to run dist upgrade that's why he did it, but yes u are correct sometimes dist upgrade can mess up things like kernel, drivers, etc

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It is listed in the instructions to run dist upgrade that's why he did it, but yes u are correct sometimes dist upgrade can mess up things like kernel, drivers, etc

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Maybe already asked, but i ask again. Where i can get device tree to build UT14.04 myself?

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