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With Jolla releasing 1.0 of their OS that is compatible with Android HW, anyone here thinking of porting it to this phone?

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Would be interesting to give Sailfish a try. Here's hoping the "downloadable and bootable version" isn't too hard to get working on the lgog.
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Unfortunately, as of now, it's based on android 4.2 and I'd rather wait till it's a bit more up to date before porting.

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I'd love to see a port of this even if it's at 4.2. The videos of the ui look really good.

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