Originally Posted by DerTeufel1980
I have no idea what you are talking about, but feel free to make the rom your way
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As Ubuntu is running in a separated container on top of an Android kernel and services, the communication between them happens via Binder, Sockets and libhybris.
Ok, I will explain it to you. YOU CAN"T REMOVE THE ANDROID FILES FROM THE ARM CHIP. Its locked down and all you are doing it over writing a boot file. Just like all the other roms out there. Yes, I have worked on Arm chips, it was over 5 yrs ago. You can put files on there and lock them down so no one can remove it without the proper commands. This is why they use an Arm chip becuase they have a nice lock down feature for developers so no one can steal their files. If you think I am talking out my butt, try this. Go into recovery, do a wipe, remove your sim, and then boot up your phone. It will boot up to the factory settings of the phone. Which are the files you need to replace if you want it to run properly. Until then, basically you have a dual boot system with the bootloader only loading Unbuntu.