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  1. #81  
    Quote Originally Posted by Preemptive View Post
    This one? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sony_Xperia_X_Compact Codename: Kugo.
    I don't see it listed here: https://docs.halium.org/en/latest/su...ces/index.html , though there are other Xperias. What's your source for saying Halium is being developed for it? Is there another list?
    https://github.com/Halium/projectmanagement/issues/103 (maybe don't know what I'm talking about...)
  2. #82  
    Also, not sure exactly of the connection between this forum and https://pivotce.com/2018/11/28/luneo...elease-doppio/, but I had sent a message there about being willing to donate a Kugo, if anyone is interested in doing anything with it. Same applies here...
  3.    #83  
    Seeing there seems to be a working Halium port, getting LuneOS to work shouldn't be rocket science really. The hard part is done already then
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  4. #84  
    Quote Originally Posted by Herrie View Post
    Seeing there seems to be a working Halium port, getting LuneOS to work shouldn't be rocket science really. The hard part is done already then
    Main issue for me these days is lack of Linux. I don't have a working computer at home, and I have access to 4 computers at work which are all Win10. I have one in the closet I could set up, but that brings up another issue - lack of time... I don't know when I would actually get around to doing it... Maybe one of these days. I have pulled off a few things here and there using bash on Windows and Vbox, etc., but not sure how those would really work for building os images...
  5. #85  
    RCS: Is this possible on LuneOS?
    https://www.theverge.com/2019/6/17/1...age-encryption
    I assume there would need to be existing code somewhere that could be integrated.
    I'm not sure exactly how secure this is, but if it is more secure than SMS and the protocol is open, then it seems to be a good idea if practical. i'm guessing writing code from scratch was be too much, but maybe there are existing examples.
  6.    #86  
    In theory yes, when there is an open source ok implementation of it. But I haven't found one yet.

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  7. #87  
    Wouldn't it be better to use Android as a compatibility layer for Android apps too instead of just a basic system to run LuneOS on? Similar to the old Kindles that ran 4.4.4 or whatever.

    I could see this raising adoption, as many people would rather use their existing Android apps than start fresh.
  8.    #88  
    Quote Originally Posted by K4sum1 View Post
    Wouldn't it be better to use Android as a compatibility layer for Android apps too instead of just a basic system to run LuneOS on? Similar to the old Kindles that ran 4.4.4 or whatever.

    I could see this raising adoption, as many people would rather use their existing Android apps than start fresh.
    Yes there is something called Anbox that can be used for this. It's on our to-do list to look into again soon, since with the newer 4.9 kernels on some targets this should be fairly easy to get working again without too many hacks.

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  9. #89  
    Quote Originally Posted by Herrie View Post
    Yes there is something called Anbox that can be used for this. It's on our to-do list to look into again soon, since with the newer 4.9 kernels on some targets this should be fairly easy to get working again without too many hacks.
    https://anbox.io/
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