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Sailfish on 4x HD p880 - Anyone?

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5th December 2013, 07:41 AM   |  #1  
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Sailfish OS looks really promising and next big thing after CM. Is there any dev for Sailfish here who could possibly port it to our devices? Or try to dualboot with CM? That would be fantastic.
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Sailfish OS looks really promising and next big thing after CM. Is there any dev for Sailfish here who could possibly port it to our devices? Or try to dualboot with CM? That would be fantastic.

And what is the reason that you want it so much? Just test it because looks cool? There are more important things, and porting the whole new system isn't an easy task, same thing is for Ubuntu Touch.
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And what is the reason that you want it so much? Just test it because looks cool? There are more important things, and porting the whole new system isn't an easy task, same thing is for Ubuntu Touch.

The problem is that the pre installed system is slow, buggy and it needs too much battery. If you use only google chrome the battery is after 2-3 hours empty.
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The problem is that the pre installed system is slow, buggy and it needs too much battery. If you use only google chrome the battery is after 2-3 hours empty.

Go and cry at LG's HQ

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