Canonical releases new versions of Ubuntu Dual Boot




Canonical has released a new version of Ubuntu Dual Boot released. Dual Boot Ubuntu can be installed in addition to Android. The new release, according to the makers a tech preview for developers, “offers a new update mechanism and side loading of test images.

The Ubuntu Dual Boot project, which should not be confused with the “frozen” Ubuntu for Android project , offers the possibility of a compatible smartphone or tablet to boot to a normal android gui or a touch-friendly Ubuntu environment of choice . Dual Boot Ubuntu was originally a hobby project, but that progress has been made in the implementation, the Canonical developers decided to share. The project with the community Canonical currently supports the test versions of Ubuntu Dual Boot on Nexus 4 smartphones, but the Nexus 7 and 10 would work.

The new release of Ubuntu Dual Boot has mainly improved upgrade options for future versions, so the development of the Ubuntu version is easier. So updates can now be brought within the Ubuntu environment on a smartphone. This process is the same as the desktop version of Ubuntu. To install an update must still be booted. To Android

Within Android Ubuntu Dual Boot users now get a notification of an available update. The notification also allows the installation process to see. Further added, providing an update can be installed. Using a smartphone such as a laptop, there is support for side loading Finally, add, making Ubuntu Dual Boot can be easier. Also installed on other Android mobile devices, developers own update servers


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