Ubuntu on Android

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by Scribble, Feb 21, 2012.

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    Awesome!

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    This could have some real possibilities. I'm keeping an eye on this.

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    Yeah... This actually seems like a Game Changer.

    It will be interesting when phones get powerfull enough to handle writing/testing/building apps directly on themselves.
     
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    What exactly is good about this? Its basically like the web dock for Motorola phones isn't it
     
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    Ubuntu is a full fledged Linux OS.
     
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    Not only that, but Ubuntu has one of a dedicated following and support. AND it's FREE.

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    I know what Ubuntu is but this basically just transfers files from your phone to your laptop in an easier way?
     
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    So, sorry to ask. All of this sounds fun and all but, is it compatible with the Bionic? Do i need to buy the dock as well?

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    Have the same question.. does anyone have any information on someone who is actually using Ubuntu on a Bionic? Would be great to understand how well it performs etc. Definitely has huge potential with some of the monster quad-core smartphones rumored to be on the horizon! Will definitely keep an ear to the ground here. I looked at the Ubuntu for Android site, they do a marginal job or articulating the real value, will be nice to see more. Can see how corporations could find it attractive, we'll see!
     
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