Where can I buy a compatible Ubuntu Phone?
Companies like Volla, FXP and Fairphone offer compatible Ubuntu Phones as part of their business. Their reputation rests on preventing any major problems and taking a long view. Some devices can even be bought with Ubuntu Touch already installed! Some porters have built a reputation for long term commitment and competence.
Can I run Ubuntu Touch on my Smartphone?
The list on the left shows devices supported by Ubuntu Touch. The so-called ‘ports’ for these are maintained by the UBports community, a collective of passionate Linux phone users, who devote some of their free time, so you can enjoy Ubuntu Touch on your smartphone.
How many Ubuntu Touch devices are there?
There are more than 24K different devices out there, which means the probability of your particular device becoming available is small. A phone is not truly a ‘desktop in your pocket’ but Ubuntu Touch uses the Ubuntu OS as its basis.
Would you like to support the development of Ubuntu Touch?
If you want to support the development of Ubuntu Touch, would you consider becoming a monthly supporter on Patreon or Liberapay to help found a staff and supplies, which will help UBports grow and make development faster and more efficient.
Where can I download the source code for Ubuntu?
Source code for Ubuntu can be downloaded from archive.ubuntu.com. Ubuntu, the Ubuntu logo and Canonical are registered trademarks of Canonical Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. “Ubuntu for devices” is released for limited use due to the inclusion of binary hardware support files.
Who is behind Ubuntu Touch?
Ubuntu Touch is made and maintained by the UBports Community. A group of volunteers and passionate people across the world. With Ubuntu Touch we offer a truly unique mobile experience – an alternative to the current most popular operating systems on the market.
What is Ubuntu devices?
Devices. Ubuntu is a free and open source OS for desktops, phones, tablets, servers and the cloud. It can be installed on almost any device and powers millions of desktops and servers around the world. It has recently started to power phones and tablets: retail phones with Ubuntu preinstalled, selected hardware (like the Nexus 4)…