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By vertsub, Member on 21st February 2013, 07:10 PM
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The developer preview for the mako is up. Does anyone know if Ubuntu will work on our devices?

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21st February 2013, 07:12 PM |#2  
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The developer preview for the mako is up. Does anyone know if Ubuntu will work on our devices?

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No its only for nexus devices maybe it you do the n4 conversion. Please move to q/a this is wrong section

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No its only for nexus devices maybe it you do the n4 conversion. Please move to q/a this is wrong section

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This is the canadian section. They can boot mako kernels like multiple people have told you. I don't think anyone can give a definite answer, but the N4 conversion doesn't even apply to them.
21st February 2013, 08:44 PM |#4  
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I have tested ubuntu on my gnex and it's not something you want yet. It's really incomplete ( I.e. no network beside wifi, no way to enter contact, search is not working). They could have done a video and I'd have been less deceived. I wish this will still evolve but right now it's not something to you want. Btw, it even use cyanogenmod files.

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I have tested ubuntu on my gnex and it's not something you want yet. It's really incomplete ( I.e. no network beside wifi, no way to enter contact, search is not working). They could have done a video and I'd have been less deceived. I wish this will still evolve but right now it's not something to you want. Btw, it even use cyanogenmod files.

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Yeah, put it on my N7. It was cool, but not really even a preview.
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Yeah, put it on my N7. It was cool, but not really even a preview.

yeah, seriously, i have never been deceived that much.
22nd February 2013, 05:44 AM |#7  
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This is the canadian section. They can boot mako kernels like multiple people have told you. I don't think anyone can give a definite answer, but the N4 conversion doesn't even apply to them.

Sorry thought I was in att forum I know they can boot mako kernels like so many people have to me who cares it a mistake

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Sorry thought I was in att forum I know they can boot mako kernels like so many people have to me who cares it a mistake

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wait... so att lgog can boot up mako kernels?
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wait... so att lgog can boot up mako kernels?

No, it cannot at this time.

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wait... so att lgog can boot up mako kernels?

We use part of a modified mako kernel on JB snows ROM


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No.

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