Tuesday, 14 January 2014

ubuntu touch support to be discontinued for nexus-devices



After initially discharging a designer snapshot of its Ubuntu Touch portable programming for the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 in right on time 2013, Canonical today reported that its lessening the amount of gadgets that it underpins with its versatile adaptation of Ubuntu.

In a message sent to the Ubuntu-telephone group, Canonical has uncovered that will stop building Ubuntu Touch programming for the Galaxy Nexus so it can put more concentrate on the Nexus 4 and its Ubuntu 14.04 programming discharge. Furthermore, the organization will be combining the amount of Nexus tablet fittings that it assembles programming for, cutting backing for the old Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. That leaves the Nexus 4 and new Nexus 7 as the sole gadgets that will be getting Ubuntu Touch help within a brief span of time.

Shouldn't something be said about the Nexus 5, you ask? Authoritative says that it doesn't move toward supporting the most recent Nexus cell phone, anyhow not until it can get Ubuntu 14.04 out the entryway. The organization says that its at present concentrated on 14.04 and that the building expenses connected with exchanging to the Nexus 5 aren't worth the trouble. That doesn't imply that the Nexus 5 won't increase help sooner or later on, however, so N5 possessors shouldn't fuss an excess of at this moment.

While Canonical's choice to decrease the amount of Nexus gadgets it upholds with Ubuntu Touch is without a doubt a bummer, its hard to be excessively disturbed at the organization. All the same, it requires some investment and cash to improve programming, and it bodes well that Canonical might need to give however much of its deliberations as could reasonably be expected to its new programming and the more up to date Nexus equipment as opposed to spread itself excessively thin by keeping on supporting maturing fittings like the Galaxy Nexus.

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Have you given Ubuntu Touch a test drive on one of these Nexus apparatuses? Assuming this is the case, what do you consider it?


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