Just some screenshots of Tubefeeder a Youtube client running on the #Pinephone
I call it "client" but it's really more of a feed reader specialized on Youtube and opening videos in mpv so it allows you to watch videos from people you follow but nothing else. I wish it had better desktop support because it's exactly how I want to watch Youtube! :D
@ohellno Well it takes a while to load a video and start it in mpv afterwards but that could also be my internet which isn't great to say the least. When it comes to the videos themself they run really well on my device as long as I enable fullscreen (without it drops a lot of frames)
@ohellno I would be very interested in the current state of Ubuntu Touch aka is it usable? Last time I tried it it wasn't but that's ages ago and specially recently I have narrowed down my scope and basically only use Phosh because it works really well for me.
@ohellno That sounds a lot better then when I last tried it (specially that the Modem is finally fixed). I have to take another look at it because I am curiouse but I wont daily drive it myself just because I didn't buy a Linux phone to have a Android experience with no package manager, no decent compatibility with other apps for Linnux phones and all of that stuff well and I just hate it's Terminal keyboard 😅
@ohellno pboot is probably one of the coolest projects for the Pinephone but I haven't used it yet. I meight on a SD card but with the 16GB version of the Pinephone it's really only useful on a SD card because the storage is barely enough to really work with one OS (If you play with it for just a daily driver setup it's more then enough).
@ohellno Now that's something I have to try for sure! When I am done with my attempts of getting Waydroid to work :D
I'm typing this on my UBports Editon Pinephone, but Ubuntu Touch didn't stay very long. I installed Mobian on eMMC pretty quickly (the SD slot became inoperable very soon, I've since upgraded the mainboard).
I used UT on an old OnePlus One for a year, MMS worked on it. I wish UBports would focus more on the PP (and Librem5) but do understand they lack resources.
But what I would really like is Mobian with Lomiri.
Interesting. I recently installed flatpaks of Clapper and μPlayer that enable hardware acceleration, but neither plays any video on Mobian. mpv installed from the debian repos has no issue. But I'm curious, how do you enable fullscreen mode in mpv? The bottom bar of controls is tiny and does not stay visible long enough for me to press the fullscreen button.
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