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How to Run Ubuntu on Your Android Phone

Android is one of the most popular operating systems today which offers a lot of features for today’s smartphone users. Ubuntu is a free Linux OS which offers various applications designed for this OS, many of which cannot run with Android. To gain access to both Android & Ubuntu at the same time, and use these interesting applications you need a rooted Android mobile device. This tutorial will explain how to run Ubuntu on your Android phone.

Ubuntu For Android, Announced By Mark Shuttleworth

Mark Shuttleworth has announced "Ubuntu for Android", which brings Ubuntu to multi core Android phones.

Ubuntu for Android is your own portable computer that you can plug in to any monitor to get a fully featured desktop:

Tomdroid: Sync Tomboy Notes With Your Android Device

Well, this is not new but I've somehow missed the news. Anyway, I was reading on the Launchpad blog that you can use Tomboy Notes on your Android device. The app is called "Tomdroid" and it supports note syncing between your desktop computer and Android device.

TeamViewer6 Stable For Android, Released [Remote Desktop Application]

TeamViewer is an application for remote control, desktop sharing and file transfer between computers. It runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux (even though it comes in a .deb or .rpm, it uses Wine which comes bundled with it).

 

TeamViewer 6 (Remote Desktop Application) Comes With Android Support And More

TeamViewer is an application for remote control, desktop sharing and file transfer between computers. It runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux (even though it comes in a .deb or .rpm, it uses Wine which comes bundled with it).

Android-x86 - Google Android Optimized For Netbooks

Android-x86 screenshot

 

Android will be 100% open source, says Google

Contrary to some reports, everything that makes Android “Android”, including all the core platform components and libraries needed to port Android to new devices will be open sourced under commonly used, industry standard licenses, says Google.

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