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Sailfish OS port for moto x ?

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Default Sailfish OS port for moto x ?

hello,

i wanted to ask if it is possible to port Sailfish OS to the moto x.
The Hardware Adaption Kit for Sailfish was released some days ago. I can't program, neither am i an developer, so any chances that this could be ported, even if our device has a custom soc (moto's x8 soc) ?

here are documentations for the hardware development kit etc.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1&postcount=49
 
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This would be really nice. Although i don't think i can live anymore without my active display and camera twist gesture. :P
 
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This would be really nice. Although i don't think i can live anymore without my active display and camera twist gesture. :P
active display is a feature i can't be away from, but the camera twist gesture is something i rarely ever use. I actually never use it because the camera is already so easy to get to by swiping left on the lock screen.
 
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I've tried thr launcher and it didn't work well to me but... yeah, why not? I will try if someone can port it
 
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active display is a feature i can't be away from, but the camera twist gesture is something i rarely ever use. I actually never use it because the camera is already so easy to get to by swiping left on the lock screen.
The twist gesture from a dead sleep is hands down faster than using the lockscreen. You don't even need to be worried about the power button just twist and shoot

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