What type of Android Phone do you own?
- date: March 24, 2010
What type of Android Phone do you own? if you own one?
Google Nexus One (ATT 3G version)
Model number: NexusOne
Firmware version: 2.1-update1
Baseband version: 32.26.00.23U_4.04.00.03_2
Kernel version: 2.6.29-01117-g4bc62c2 [email protected]
Build number: EPE54B
(Please keep the thread on topic (Android Phones), if you don't own an Android phone there is no need to post that you don't or to make post of any other type of phone you may own. Thanks in advance for keeping this thread SPAM free)
View my Debian desktop via android phone??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 22, 2012
Been searching for a few days just out of curiosity. I've seen android to windows but not linux. A point in the right direction would be nice. thx
Calling all Andoid users: linking android phone with ubuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 6, 2012
I'm an Android newbie and soon plan to purchase my first Android phone (probably with Android 4 ICS). I'm using 12.04.
What are the best practices for connecting an Android phone with Ubuntu? I did some googling and thread searching on this and didn't find much details.
My plan is to move all my Outlook contacts and tasks into Android. I don't need to sync them. I plan to do a daily backup of my Android phone and save that file into Ubuntu. I plan to only manage contacts and tasks on the Android, not in Ubuntu. I don't need or plan to sync my gmail contacts with Android.
Installing Ubuntu 12.04 on (old) Android Phone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 24, 2013
I have and HTC Desire phone running the firmware version of android. It makes very poor use of the 16 GB SD card I have so I want to try running Ubuntu on it instead. How do I go about installing this OS?
12.10 can't transfer files via USB to Android phone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 23, 2012
Just upgraded from 12.04 to 12.10. I can no longer transfer files via USB cable between Ubuntu and my HTC Incredible Android phone.
Everything had been fine for two years since I got the phone. I attach the phone to the PC via a micro USB cable. I get a dialog on the phone, asking for type of connection, and pick 'disk drive'. USB drive icons representing the phone's native memory and the phone's SD card pop up on the Unity side panel, and two file panes pop up on the desk top. I make whatever changes I want to the phone files (usually transferring mp3 files from the PC to the phone, or deleting unwanted ones from the phone), and close the drive icons by right clicking and choosing 'Eject drive'. I unplug the USB cord from the phone, which then gives me a message 'Preparing SD Card' and 'Preparing phone storage'. The files I've transferred are then available to apps running on the phone.
Since I upgraded to 12.10, everything looks the same, there are no error messages, but the SD car
Can't get my Android Phone recognized by Ubuntu 12.04.3 (Precise)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 12, 2013
Good Evening, thank you in advance for your time and helping me with my question/solution.
I recently upgraded from Ububtu 10.04 LTS to 12.04 LTS. When I was using 10.04, I was able to plug in my Android Phone and Lucid would instantly recognize I had plug it in and was able to read off my SD card. This is not the case in Precise as it was in Lucid. Precise does not recognize my phone/SD card at all.
Does anybody have a solution(s) for this issue?
My phone information is a Samsung Model SPH M820 BST
Android Version 2.3.6
Kernel Version 220.127.116.11
Build Number GINGERBREAD FF19
This can not be an issue with the phone its self, cause as I still have Lucid installed on one of my HDD's in my computer, if I boot up in Lucid, plug the phone into the USB cable as usual, the phone would ask me if I want to charge or Mass storage, I choose Mass storage like usual and Lucid still recognizes it like usual. But not Precise. Phone asks me "charge" or "mass
Can VMware virtualizing Windows running on Ubuntu 12.04 recognize my Android phone?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 9, 2014
As of now, I have to use some really unreliable software workaround to get my android phone read by my ubuntu machine. I'm wondering if virtualizing Windows would do the trick.
I had my GPSenabled Android phone stolen
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 7, 2011
I installed the app called "Plan B" and it fortunately gave me the physical location of the phone. It is not very far away from where I had it stolen.
How should I approach this situation?
Ring the bell and say, "can I have my phone back?"
thanks a lot, kind people at Linux Questions!!
Xubuntu 12.10 won't detect android phone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 19, 2013
As in title.
I'm trying to connect my HTC Wildfire S to Xubuntu 12.10 (via original usb cable) but system doesn't detect it. I've tried to change connection mode in htc but without result. Can anybody help me with this?
Remote Control Ubuntu from Android Phone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 7, 2012
From today for free you can control your Ubuntu with your android phone.
- DroidMote Server for Linux 1.0
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