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[ROM][Official][Nightlies][Dual Boot] Ubuntu Touch 14.10 (Utopic Unico)

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15th June 2013, 04:59 AM   |  #1  
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"Touch Developer for Ubuntu" is released for free non-commercial use. It is provided without warranty, even the implied warranty of merchantability, satisfaction or fitness for a particular use. See the licence included with each program for details.

Some licences may grant additional rights; this notice shall not limit your rights under each program's licence. Licences for each program
are available in the usr/share/doc directory. Source code for Ubuntu can be downloaded from archive.ubuntu.com. Ubuntu, the Ubuntu logo
and Canonical are registered trademarks of Canonical Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

"Touch Preview for Ubuntu" is released for limited use due to the inclusion of binary hardware support files. The original components
and licenses can be found at:https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/drivers.





INSTRUCTIONS TO FLASH VIA TWRP or CWM:

1. Download the Armel + Mako zip file and place it on your internal storage.
2. Download the Touch ARMHF zip file and place it on your internal storage.
3. Reboot into custom recovery.
4. Wipe data/cache.
5. Install the Mako zip.
6. Install the phablet ARMHF zip.
7. Reboot and enjoy!

Download Link:
Armel + Mako http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-tou...y-preinstalled

Touch armhf http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-tou...y-preinstalled


Dual Boot Installation Guide:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/DualBootInstallation



State of things
spreadsheet here:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...FE&usp=sharing








HOW TO GET BACK TO ANDROID:

Easy as flashing a rom... Just go back into recovery & flash as usual... works perfectly...




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Thanks, how is this different from the already existing ubuntu touch ? Have you tried it ? Is it finally daily driver material ?
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Thanks, how is this different from the already existing ubuntu touch ? Have you tried it ? Is it finally daily driver material ?


yup is is daily build (nightlies).....
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Will it delete everything in /sdcard ?
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Sorry you misunderstood, i meant to ask if the previous bugs of ubuntu have been fixed and can be used as a daily rom.

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Will it delete everything in /sdcard ?

No.
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Will it delete everything in /sdcard ?

yes wipes all data, you can just make a nandroid then flash it, try it out and nandroid back.
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yes wipes all data, you can just make a nandroid then flash it, try it out and nandroid back.

I meant /sdcard not /data.
/sdcard is where you save your photos, videos and music
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yes wipes all data, you can just make a nandroid then flash it, try it out and nandroid back.

I dont think /sdcard is wiped. Just cache, system and couple of other partitions.

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I meant /sdcard not /data.
/sdcard is where you save your photos, videos and music

No it wont get deleted.

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