The relatively new Android mobile cell phone from Doogee called the X6 has its multiple user account capability disabled. The operating system is an old and non-standard Lollipop 5.1 Android, but the multi-user option should still be enabled in a phone of this operating system release. Below are a few simple steps to enable it. A prerequisite is installation of the Android Debug Bridge (ADB)
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Canonical's Ubuntu is widely reported to be releasing a new mobile cell phone.
Ubuntu now fits your phone
Introducing the superphone that’s also a full PC
And why not run standard PC software on a phone? The hardware is becoming fast enough. In fact my existing phone's processor and memory have a significantly greater specification than my core router which runs Debian GNU/Linux.
Does anybody know where in the UK I can purchase a Google Nexus 10 Android tablet? It's a 10 inch touch screen tablet with a decent screen (hopefully these screen will be in laptops soon). It was supposed to be release in the UK in November 2012. It is Christmas now and still no sign of it!
The Economist has an interesting article on the decisions you need to make when choosing a netbook computer. It is suggested that you use the bundled tuned operating system based on the Linux kernel.
We have an existing email infrastructure running uw-imapd and exim4 on Debian GNU/Linux Etch and needed to hook up a Nokia E71 mobile telephone to this existing setup.
The existing infrastructure has run without issue for many years. However the E71 would take a minute or so to retrieve just a single email. Therefore some alternatives were tried.