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8th October 2013, 10:58 AM |#101  
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@Tasssadar could do a kernel for 4.3 stock rom jwr ? The one in the op is jss that's why it has graphic glitches.
Edited: here's the stock kernel http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=44012531


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8th October 2013, 02:26 PM |#102  
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It is feature lacking because it is extremely lightweight. They want to sell phones that cost 30 euro's. Not phones 500+. This way people who do not have a lot of money or do not want to spend that kind of money on a phone are still able to use most standard features. And are still able to benefit from a touch screen, wifi, 3g and a lot of apps.

The licensing costs are probably way lower then Android or iOS.

Android doesn't have licencing costs It's open source but Google's Gapps applications aren't. Not sure about this but manufacturers pay to have Google's apps out of the box or they make their own like Samsung and HTC do for most apps.
8th October 2013, 06:03 PM |#103  
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Stock 4.3 kernel JWRxxx with kexec-hardboot patch: http://d-h.st/AP5
As for Ubuntu Touch - it obviously doesn't work properly with MultiROM right now and I don't have time to mess with it now, maybe on weekend.

If Firefox OS works, can somebody write short, clear and to-the-point guide how to install it as secondary system with MultiROM? I'll add it to the first post.
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8th October 2013, 06:10 PM |#104  
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How to multiboot Firefox OS:
- Download both system and UI .zip files from the Firefox thread
- Put them on your phone
- Reboot to your recovery
- Go to Advanced, multiROM, add ROM
- click android at the top, and click don't share (it worked fine for me that way), then click next
- select zip file, and pick the system.zip
- when done, go to Advanced, multiROM, list ROMs, and select the rom you just flashed.
- click flash zip and flash the UI.zip
- when done just reboot, and select the firefox os from the boot menu
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8th October 2013, 08:59 PM |#105  
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Stock 4.3 kernel JWRxxx with kexec-hardboot patch: http://d-h.st/AP5
As for Ubuntu Touch - it obviously doesn't work properly with MultiROM right now and I don't have time to mess with it now, maybe on weekend.

If Firefox OS works, can somebody write short, clear and to-the-point guide how to install it as secondary system with MultiROM? I'll add it to the first post.

Thanks a lot

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9th October 2013, 02:14 PM |#106  
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Firefox OS installs fine, is very confusing to use, though...
9th October 2013, 03:10 PM |#107  
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Firefox OS installs fine, is very confusing to use, though...

enable the navbar then.

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9th October 2013, 03:57 PM |#108  
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Stock 4.3 + franco.kernel r189 + Ubuntu 9.1 is working!

Cheers!
9th October 2013, 04:17 PM |#109  
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Stock 4.3 + franco.kernel r189 + Ubuntu 9.1 is working!

Cheers!

Can you guide me to install ubuntu and android? Thanks

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9th October 2013, 04:21 PM |#110  
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I did it by following the instructions on the OP.
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I did it by following the instructions on the OP.

What build of Ubuntu?

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