iPhone vs Android
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 9, 2011
I was talking to some friends yesterday and one them said they were going to be getting rid of their Android phone and replacing it with an iPhone because iPhones are much less susceptible to getting viruses. I pointed out that Android phones are based on Linux so they wouldn't get all the Windows viruses but that any phone can get a virus if you download a rogue app. I also recall reading somewhere that the iPhone has different OS to Apple computers which they don't have that added security.
I'm really interested in what others think about this and which they prefer: Android or iPhones.
Android vs iPhone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 14, 2012
Don't know if I can put this here, but I wanted to get some opinions on which you think is better and why. An explanation would be nice.
LXer: Android's new ally against the iPhone: Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 10, 2012
Published at LXer:
Strong sales of the iPhone 4S are putting renewed pressure on Android to innovate. Ubuntu for Android could give the platform a key capability iPhone is still missing.
Android 2.2 vs iPhone ios 4
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 19, 2010
Why would I want to buy an iPhone 4 versus an Andriod 2.2 phone?
Why would I want to buy an an Android 2.2 phone versus an iPhone 4 phone?
Ubuntu On A Phone Or Firefox OS: Which Scares iPhone And Android Most?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2013
Only time will tell. Anyway,the developments here are interesting to watch.
Canonical has one ace in the hole – the desktop feature. A powerful phone with Ubuntu installed can serve as a regular PC, once connected to a monitor and a keyboard.
At a time when most of your applications are hosted in the cloud, the ability to have your phone run a thin client on a large screen could convince many to try this Linux distribution. Add the fact that a fleet of Ubuntu phones can be managed through the same tools as Ubuntu servers, and you can see how it could appeal to the enterprise users.
syncing iphone 4s with iOS 5.1 in ubuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 20, 2012
Hi, I'm trying to sync iphone 4s with iOS 5.1 in ubuntu 12.04. I've tried using the Rythmbox and gtkpod iPod manager. However they seem to be laced with errors.
Question 1: Can you actually sync in 12.04?
Question 2: Do I need to have my iphone unlocked/jailbroken to manage it in 12.04?
Rhythmbox & Banshee Vs iPhone 4s iOs 6.1.3 on Ubuntu 13.04 32bit
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 1, 2013
i hope this is the right section on this forum for to ask info's about the "match" in object...
I googled about the strange issue that i have when i try to sync my music or pics from the pc to iphone, but nobody gave the right answer.
So, i tried a lot of time to sync mp3 from pc to iphone using Rhythmbox or Banshee. Same problem. The sw seems to perform the operation correctl, no error reported in sync but the mp3's are not present on the phone. If i try to copy a pic into the phone, the same...The iphone is recognized and mounted by Ubuntu , i can able to explore the direcories on it.
Can i give some log or other info?
Thanx in advance
IPSec L2TP VPN server on Ubuntu for iPhone
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 10, 2009
I am trying to set up a IPSec L2TP server on Ubuntu so I can route all traffic from my iPhone through my home DSL connection. I used this as a general guide:
I am able to establish the VPN connection, but I only have access to addresses on my home network through the VPN. I can't access anything on the internet. Safari can browse web pages only within my LAN. The iPhone queries my DNS server successfully, so I am fairly confident this is not a DNS issue.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? Why can't I access anything on the WAN? Suggestions?
iPhone syncing solution.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 19, 2012
Good day all.
I'm trying to figure out what is the Linux alternative to iTunes so that I could continue backing up my iphone. I figured out that I can sync music with Rhytmbox, but I'm concerned about apps and such.
iPhone 4 (ios 6.1.2)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 12, 2013
I'm looking for a solution to replace iCloud on Win 7. I'm slowly adopting / learning Ubuntu's Linux in order to totally replace M$. Most of the apps found in Open Source
seem to be relatively straight forward to install and learn - Libre Office and TBird are great. Chromium browser vs Chrome - easy, Mint financial web app superb, Tax Act
web version imports last year's Win desktop filing. Over all I'm pretty impressed with Ubuntu. Replacing Photoshop with GIMP will entail a pretty steep learning curve - albeit do-able.
I'm pretty stumped inmy effort to find a straight forward, solution to iCloud - iTunes - iPhone. Most searches seemingly suggest jailbreaking the phone. Others don't seem to support 12.10. Is
this one of the tasks that, for the time being, I stick with the Win solutions?
Thanks in Advance
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