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Quick notice: I'll be on holiday (🇸🇪/🇳🇴 hopefully) for the next two weeks, so (probably) no news from for a while, I'm sorry :(

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A feature I might add to soon is a unified database of what smartphones are supported by what projects (pmOS etc) to allow even relatively inexperienced users to find out whether their device can already boot some sort of , and in what state (alpha/usable/...).
As such feature might potentially take a while to implement, do you believe it will be an effectively useful resource also for inexperienced users or not really?

Votes, but also detailed opinions welcome.

Thank you!

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Xiaomi Redmi 4X, a Snapdragon 435 $150 smartphone, now runs Ubuntu Touch, though still in pre-alpha stage.

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If you miss a community for discussing about smartphones and/or asking whatever related question, the subreddit r/tuxphones, created and co-owned by @danct12, might be what you are looking for!

Feel free to join for constructive and polite discussion about anything concerning Linux and mobile devices.

It's time for us to give back -- not just to our community, but to those less privileged.

Read about it in our new blog post: is now on Patreon! If you like our content, please consider supporting us here:

As the ($150 Linux smartphone) development is moving fast, a series of articles might be redundant and confusing for most people. This article, to be dynamically updated as development proceeds, gathers what is known at this stage, and will hopefully be an answer to some of your questions.

You can read our latest article on

📌 A postmarketOS developer, Halamix2, is creating a series of videos on how to port to new devices (especially Android smartphones), to make the task easier, faster and intuitive even for relatively inexperienced users.

In order to make those videos, your opinion is needed, for example on what topics should be covered. If you believe this project would be useful, please don't hesitate to say your opinion in this post!

Today Linux Journal shut its doors for good. All staff were laid off and the company is left with no operating funds to continue in any capacity...

The is a $79 Linux tablet
by Pine64, the same manufacturer of the and PineBook low-cost Linux devices.

This low-power Linux machine, however, has some hidden perks: for example, via an internal m.2 slot it supports SATA and LTE expansions in a somewhat modular way. And now it boots postmarketOS with several UIs, such as KDE and Purism's "Phosh".

You can read more about it in our latest post:

TuxPhones is now on LiberaPay! Feel free to leave a tip if you like our content:

Another Twitter user who managed to turn their phone into a TuxPhone, without much fuss:

Quick notice: I'll be on holiday (🇸🇪/🇳🇴 hopefully) for the next two weeks, so (probably) no news from for a while, I'm sorry :(

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Librem 5 Smartphone -- July Update.

So much amazing stuff going on. Including Calls, Messages, Web, Contacts, Settings, and more.

This shows how needs more support than ever. Building a Windows-compatible OS isn't an easy task, and this is just one further proof.

(via @danielst)

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